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Issue 362 | GSR010

Issue 362 | GSR010

Josephine Lord Josephine Lord Consultant

SQSS proposal––additional views invitedGSR010 Review of Onshore Entry Criteria 30 January 2014 National Grid invited further input at the Transmission Charging Methodology Forum (TCMF) on 22 January on GSR10 Review of Onshore Entry Criteria, which proposes a range of standard configurations for different generator capacities and load factors. Currently there is no distinction in the Security and Quality of Supply Standards (SQSS) for connections to power stations of differing capacities and load factors, although customers can choose a level of security below double circuit and double busbar. The standard configurations under GSR010 would reduce the works for smaller generation projects ...

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