DCRP/MP/18/01 - EREC P28
Last Updated: 01/04/2019
|Submitted to Authority, Awaiting Approval|
The Distribution Code Review Panel - firstname.lastname@example.org
The proposed EREC P28 Issue 2 constitutes a full technical revision of Issue 1 published in 1989 and has been extended, amongst other things, to cover assessment and limits for rapid voltage changes (RVCs).
The review and subsequent revision of EREC P28 has been overseen by a joint Working Group of various key stakeholders with co-ordination provided by the Energy Networks Association (ENA).
New developers of embedded generation installations, new demand users and existing users that make changes to existing installations with significant number of transformers that cause rapid voltage changes (RVCs) when energised, who are required to design their installations in accordance with the requirements and planning levels for RVCs in EREC P28.
All Users of the Distribution System. The modifications are intended not to unduly impact on or cause interference to existing Users of public electricity systems/networks.
Users that propose to connect disturbing equipment/fluctuating installations to the system, which could result in flicker, who need to carry out assessments and measurements in accordance with EREC P28.
|Working Group||DCRP EREC P28 Working Group|
The Distribution Code public consultation sought views from industry stakeholders on the modification to both the ‘DCode’ and Engineering Recommendation (EREC) P28. It was published on the 8 January 2018 with a deadline for responses by 31 January 2018.
|Report to Authority|
Report to Authority
|The Authority rejected the initial submission of DCRP/MP/18/01 Report to Authority - EREC P28 |
Authority Decision Letter
The Authority is yet to approve the re-submission of DCRP/MP/18/01 Report to Authority - EREC P28