Ergon Energy and Energex are pleased to release the STNW1170 Standard for Micro Embedded Generating Connections (PDF 1.2 mb). The revision of this standard has been a collaborative effort with the PV industry.
We encourage all PV industry members to read the Connection Standard to understand the rules, obligations and benefits.
Below are the Connection Standard supporting documents and a short explanation.
Customer information sheet
The customer information sheet tells customers:
- How to apply to connect a micro EG unit, and associated obligations
- About the Queensland Solar Bonus Scheme, non-export systems and reactive power control
- About the difference between kVA and kW
- When and why an electrical installation may need to be upgraded to support a micro EG unit.
We encourage all prospective micro EG unit owners to read this document and encourage PV sales consultants to either give customers a link to the document or a hard copy.
Application for network connection of a micro EG unit
We encourage you to apply online via our Electrical Partners Portal for network connection of a micro EG unit.
If you'd prefer to make a hard copy application, download the Application for Network Connection of a Micro EG Unit Form (PDF 301.0 kb).
|STNW1170 Standard for Micro Embedded Generating Connections (PDF File, 1.2 MB)||5 Feb 2020|
|Customer Information - Thinking about solar PV? (PDF File, 277.4 KB)||1 Jul 2014|
|Application for Network Connection of a Micro E G Unit Form (PDF File, 301.0 KB)||3 Mar 2020|
Have any queries?
For any queries about the new Connection Standard or micro EG unit technology-specific queries, please email email@example.com.
For all other micro EG unit inquiries related to connections, assessments or applications, please contact our Solar Team on 1300 553 924.