The Impact of Small Scale Embedded Generation on Municipal Revenue
This paper which was presented at the AMEU Conference 2019 explores the impact of some of the approved municipal SSEG tariffs on municipal revenue and customer ‘business case’ and outlines key tariff elements to balance access and cost recovery, until such time as detailed costing studies provide specific tariff building blocks (SEA, 2019).
AMEU-SALGA SSEG Requirements for Embedded Generation
Sets out what the municipality requires in terms of SSEG to be connected to their networks, including what is and is not allowed, the standards and specifications to be complied with, and the application process to be followed. SSEG installers and prospective customers should familiarise themselves with this document prior to submitting applications.
AMEU-SALGA SSEG Application Form
This application form is to be filled in by customers / installers wishing to connect all forms of SSEG to the municipal grid. It applies to residential, commercial or industrial customers. It includes customer and site details, as well as SSEG system information necessary to assess the proposed system.
Contract for connection of an embedded generator (version NOT to be signed)
Contract to be entered into by the municipality and customer regarding SSEG connection and billing arrangements. This version is designed to be made available on municipal websites or at department offices for viewing (the terms therein are agreed to by signing the SSEG Application Form, so no hardcopy contract is signed).
Contract for connection of an embedded generator (version to be signed)
Contract to be entered into by the municipality and customer regarding SSEG connection and billing arrangements. This version is designed to be used as a signed hardcopy.