Embedded networks are private electricity networks which serve multiple premises and are located within, and connected to, a distribution or transmission system through a parent connection point in the National Electricity Market. Common examples of embedded networks include airports, shopping centres, retirement villages, caravan parks, apartment blocks and office buildings.
PowerEarth assists embedded network operators to develop a plan for the embedded network that meets the requirements of the Distribution Code. PowerEarth also assists with negotiating the connection requirements with the utility.
PowerEarth’s approach often results in large reductions in the costs and time that would normally apply under a traditional utility connection.