Minded to decision on proposed changes to Condition 25(1) of SONI TSO Licence and related SONI connection and use of system documents: Cross-Border Framework for Connections

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Summary

This document seeks representations on a minded-to decision on a request for proposed changes to (i) Condition 25 of the SONI TSO licence and (ii) various standard connection and use of system documents used by SONI.

This document seeks representations on a minded-to decision on a request for proposed changes to (i) Condition 25 of the SONI TSO licence and (ii) various standard connection and use of system documents used by SONI. 

The changes are requested to facilitate a connection to the Northern Ireland transmission system in respect of generation taking place in the Republic of Ireland. 

In that sense the request involves discussion of what has been called the “cross-border framework” for connections, as reflected in Condition 27 of the SONI TSO licence.   

Representations with respect to the minded-to decision may be made on or before Tuesday 23 January 2024 at 17.00.


Jody O’Boyle
The Utility Regulator
Queens House
14 Queen Street
Belfast
BT1 6ED
Email: Jody.OBoyle@uregni.gov.uk
Tel: 028 9031 6334
Please also CC in Roisin.McLaughlin@uregni.gov.uk

and
Electricity_Networks_Responses@uregni.gov.uk

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