Large connections

Large connections over 300kVA

Find out how to apply and connect a large property project, commercial or industrial site.

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What's the application process?

1.  Your application will be reviewed by a dedicated designer who will contact you to discuss it in detail.

2.  A network study and design will be conducted based on your application, serving as the foundation for your quotation.

3.  Once the quotation is ready, your designer will reach out to you to discuss its specific details.

4.  If you decide to proceed, please sign and return the acceptance form along with the stated payment.

5.  After accepting the quote, your designer will compile all the necessary construction information and hand it over to our delivery team.

6.  A construction engineer will be assigned to your project and will contact you to guide you through the delivery process and any preparations needed for site connection.

You can apply for a new connection using any of the two methods below

If you're not sure where to connect, or you want to find out more about the process and what to expect, you can email the team directly.  

Apply online

Fill in our online application form for single connections over 300kVA

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Download a PDF application form

Don't want to apply online? Download our PDF application form here

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Further information available below

Quotation options

Looking for a quick estimate of costs, a technical or financial feasibility check or a comprehensive connection offer you can progress with? We have a range of quotation options. Find the right quotation for you

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Take a look at our Guaranteed Standards of Performance for your quotation and connection (from your site being ready to work on)

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How do I pay?

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