The information below applies to the following types of generators and loads:
The enquiry phase provides guidance on the information required to complete a connection application form. An enquiry assessment will help you to identify a suitable network connection point and evaluate the feasibility of your project.
We identify network constraints applicable to your application, assess if your application is competing for network capacity, and identify viable options to modify the network to meet your requirements.
After your initial enquiry you will be required to complete the transmission loads and generators in excess of 30 kVA application form.
We develop a scope of work for each option to modify the network, assess each option, and select the final technical solution to be implemented.
We prepare business cases, contracts, detailed designs and estimates, and construction plans for the final technical solution to modify the network.
We construct and commission the required network modifications under the terms of the Interconnection Works Contract (IWC).
Once constructed, the new or modified connection assets become the property of Western Power. Assets can now begin operating under the terms of the Electricity Transfer Access Contract (ETAC).
This information will help you complete your connection application:
Following the cancellation, expiry, termination or variation of the Customer Work Request or any other aspect of the works or documentation relating to the works, the customer may be liable to pay an administration fee of $550 (inclusive of GST) and any additional costs incurred by Western Power. Further information can be found in our Terms and Conditions clauses 8 and 16.3.