To undertake electrical infrastructure works during Total Fire Bans within the Ausgrid network distribution area in NSW, when, “Hot Works’ using LP Gas Cylinders and Torch/Burners with a naked flame are used to carry out cable jointing and associated work
There will be a price increase of approximately 2.6 per cent for all Ancillary Network Services. The increased fees have been applied in accordance with the Australian Energy Regulator’s (AER’s) final determination for 2019 – 2024.
Following a review by Ausgrid, an ESR clarification has been issued which permits the Recipient to remove LV shorts applied under a CTW without an operator on site, subject to approval from the System/Area Operator.
To ensure we can continue to deliver mandatory and business critical training safely and in line with governmentmandated social distancing requirements, Ausgrid is introducing a new training delivery model.
On the 6 December 2018 the AEMC published their final determination on meter installation timeframes which places timeframes on electricity retailers to arrange the provision of metering for customer installation across the National Electricity Market.
In response to the current COVID19 pandemic, Ausgrid is aware of several changes either implemented or being considered by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) that currently service the ASP market.
During the current COVID-19 crisis, Ausgrid continues to be focused on ensuring that critical and urgent works are able to continue, so that our network can be as resilient as possible in case of severe weather or other events.