The detailed customer connection schedules assist users planning to connect small generators to the Western Power distribution system. It addresses planning, protection, operational, certification and approval for commissioning issues.
Distribution design catalogue
The Distribution design catalogue contains the approved standard equipment arrangements for the design of our underground and overhead distribution networks within the Western Power network.
The Distribution customer connection requirements details network arrangements for both customer connections and the interconnection of substations to Western Power's LV/HV distribution network within the South West Interconnected Network (SWIN)
The Generator and Load Model Guidelines clarifies Western Power's approach to developing and maintaining accurate computer models, and clarifies users' requirements for provision of computer models and associated information for new connections or modifications to existing facilities.
Generator Commissioning Tests guidelines
This template is to be used when a market participant wants to commission a generator to the Western Power network.
Generator compliance monitoring program requirements
A program for generators to monitor the performance of the plant to ensure ongoing compliance with performance standards.
The Build Pack defines the processes, procedures and methods used to communicate between the network operator and code participants. The Build Pack has been developed by consultative process between code participants.
Decorative fixtures, signs and banners on our assets
The Electrical System Safety Rules (ESSR) outline the minimum electrical safety standards for personnel working on, near or in the vicinity of Western Power’s electrical network and associated apparatus in Western Australia. The ESSR has been made publically available for contractors who are authorised to work on or near the network and reading the ESSR does not enable an ordinary person to access or work on the electrical network.
This WEM Procedure describes the processes followed by Western Power and the matters it must consider in developing and updating Limit Advice provided to AEMO in accordance with clauses 2.27A.9 and 2.27A.11 and section 4.4B of the Wholesale Energy Market (WEM) Rules.
The Electricity Industry Metering Code 2012 provides information on the rights, obligations and responsibilities of Code participants. It outlines rules for providing metering installations at connection points, metering services, standing data and energy data.
Noise Compliance Requirements for Distribution Transformers
The Technical Rules are the technical requirements to be met by Western Power on the transmission and distribution systems and by users who connect facilities to the transmission and distribution systems. Western Power's planning criteria to be applied to the transmission and distribution systems are contained within these Rules. Prospective users or existing users who wish to connect facilities to the transmission and distribution systems must first submit an access application to us in accordance with the Access Code. For more information refer to the Technical Rules page.
Telecommunication equipment located in the vicinity of proposed distribution HV earths
The WA Service and Installation Requirements (WASIR) is a comprehensive reference for industry and the community when seeking an electrical connection of a consumer’s installation to the distribution network of Western Power’s South West interconnected system (SWIS).