Launch of consultation on SONI's draft 2021-2030 Transmission Development Plan
This plan presents projects that are expected to be needed for the operation of the electricity transmission network in the short and medium-term.
Projects within the plan have been identified as new builds, uprate/modify, refurbish/replace or a combination of transmission network reinforcements, asset replacement projects and details the project drivers for investment.
The plan details the transmission projects within each specific planning area within Northern Ireland. They are North and West, and South and East.
The plan has been prepared in accordance with Condition 40 of SONI’s licence.
We welcome all views on any aspect of the SONIs TDPNI. We have also published this consultation on the CitizenSpace online portal
Please send responses to:
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and SONIUREGNI@uregni.gov.uk
- Your response may be made public by the Utility Regulator. If you do not want all or part of your response or name made public, please state this clearly in the response by marking your response as ‘CONFIDENTIAL’.
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- Information provided in response to this consultation, including personal information, may be subject to publication or disclosure in accordance with the access to information regimes (these are primarily the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 2018.
- As stated in the GDPR Privacy Statement for consumers and stakeholders, any personal data contained within your response will be deleted once the matter being consulted on has been concluded though the substance of the response may be retained.