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A simple guide to Distribution Network Operators and the process of getting your project grid-connected.
This guide will assist with developing a heat pump project in England and highlight the key differences between a renewable heat and renewable electricity project.
This guide will assist with installing wind turbines in England and help you understand the steps needed to deliver a project. The Community Renewables Toolkit is designed as a reference ...
Guidance and application forms for parties seeking to apply for a generation, distribution or supply licence.
This guide will assist with developing a hydropower scheme in England and help you understand the steps needed to deliver a project. The Community Renewables Toolkit is designed as a ...
This guide will assist with developing a solar PV scheme in England and help you understand the steps needed to deliver a project. The Community Renewables Toolkit is designed as ...
Regen working with the Energy Networks Association have produced this guide is for communities and distribution network operators.
This guide is for people developing community energy projects who want to get a connection to the electricity network. It provides an introduction to the electricity network and an overview ...
RegenSW has been working with the Energy Networks Association and the DNO’s to produce this guide on connecting electricity storage to the network.
Regen's new, updated guide on electricity network innovation.
The grid connection module is a one part series intended to cover all sizes of renewable installation. The module covers a brief overview of the UK electricity distribution system, designed ...
A step by step guide to connecting to the electrical network for community energy groups.
Guidance on DNOs and grid connections policy.
The Community Energy Hub is designed to support anyone interested in taking control of energy in their local area.
Here you will find resources, links to find support and, most importantly, other people who want to share their experiences.
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