Who are participants?
Participants as defined under the Act include the following groups:
- electricity retailers;
- electricity distributors;
- electricity generators;
- line owners;
- electricity consumers connected directly to the grid;
- people who generate electricity that is fed into a network;
- people who purchase electricity from the clearing manager;
- market operation service providers;
- metering equipment providers;
- metering equipment owners;
- people who operate approved test houses;
- load aggregators;
- ancillary service agents;and
- traders in electricity.
Participants in the electricity industry must register and supply registration information. Participants must update their registration information as soon as practicable if any of that information changes after it has been provided to the Authority.
The registration information that participants supply is available to the public on this website in the participant register.
What defines a participant?
For clarification on the classification of a participant, check the legal definition of a participant in section 7 of the Act. You may want to seek legal advice on the implications for you of the Act and Code.
The Electricity (Levy of Industry Participants) Regulations 2005 set in place more specific categories for the allocation of the cost of the Authority's activities.
How to register as a participant
To register as an electricity industry participant or to provide updated registration information, please download and print the registration form below, complete the form and email it to email@example.com or fax it to: 04 460 8879.
For further information about registration, please contact Aja Sugon at the Authority on: 04 460 8860 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receipt of your registration will be confirmed by email within five working days. If you have not received confirmation after that time, please re-submit your registration.
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