The ASP/3 archive includes information relevant to Ausgrid Contestable Connections seminars, workshops and face to face meetings. There are also links to fact sheets and other useful information.
At all times, please ensure you refer to the current versions of Standards and Guidelines when referencing information for contestable connection and relocation projects in Ausgrid’s network area.
Contestable Connection Process
Process flowcharts provided at past engagement sessions have been superseded. Please refer to the current one page flowchart.
We recognise the importance of engaging with our stakeholders on a regular basis. Generally, ASP/3 seminars are held twice annually with invitations extended to all Ausgrid Authorised Designers.
Contestable Connections also engages with Developers and Electrical Contractors to outline and explain the connection process and to identify appropriate Electrical and Network Standards.
Level 1 Accredited Service Provider (ASP/1) seminars are hosted by Ausgrid's ASP Compliance & Practices workgroup. Enquiries for ASP/1 seminars should be directed to phone number 02 4399 8131.
Seminar - 19 July 2016
Seminar - 1 December 2015
Seminar - 10 June 2015
30 July 2014
- 3 and 9 December 2013
25 June 2013
5 December 2012
Face meetings - May and June 2012
Face to Face
meetings were conducted with ASP's in May and June 2012 and in 2010. The
sessions covered a range of topics and generated valuable feedback.
16 November 2011
The NS 122
Overhead Design Manual was first introduced at the March 2010 seminar, it was
further introduced at the May 2011 seminar.
18 May 2011
24 March 2010
Certification Check sheet distributed at this seminar had now been
superseded. Please contact your Contestability Project Coordinator for
the most recent version, or visit the ASP Level 3 page to view Design
Information Package standard issue documents.
2 September 2009
Supply Standards and NUS174 Environmental Procedures and Environmental Planning documents handed
out at the time of this seminar have now been superseded. Please
refer to Electrical Supply Standard and Network Standards and Environmental Planning website.