This page will guide you through the process of applying for a new electricity connection or electrical upgrade. If you have any questions, or need assistance at any stage of the connection process, your local Horizon Power office can help.
New connections or upgrades
For more information about any of these steps, please download our brochure on how to apply for a new connection or electrical upgrade.
Please complete the relevant application form below.
Connection applications are designed to assist Horizon Power understand your connection needs and to assess the network infrastructure requirements. The Connection Application Form is the primary form to connect power to any site.
The title="Underground power form" target="_blank">Application for Underground Supply in an Overhead Area form to connect a single residential property from the overhead network to an underground connection.
The Application for a New Power Supply (ANPS) form – permanent and temporary connections for new homes or businesses.
The Application and Agreement for Network Services form (AANS) form - a non electrical overhead or underground disconnection/ reconnection or a disconnection for demolition.
The title="Request for Quotation for Relocation of Horizon Power Assets" target="_blank">Request for Quotation for Relocation of Horizon Power Assets form to apply for the relocation of distribution equipment such as transformers, pillars and overhead lines. Relocation is subject to a suitable alternative location and will be chargeable to the applicant.
The title="Application for CT Metering Works" target="_blank">Application for CT Metering Works form to arrange for Current Transformer (CT) metering when there will be no increase in demand. A Connection Application form must be completed if the supply is being upgraded.
Things to be aware of
In most instances, your electrical contractor must submit a Preliminary Notice before starting work and a Notice of Completion within three working days of completing the work. An Inspectors’ Order or Advice Note may be issued to the electrical contractor if any further work needs to be undertaken before the property can be energised. Your electrical contractor must provide you with an Electrical Safety Certificate within 28 days of completing the electrical work, certifying that the work has been checked and tested, is safe, compliant and completed to a trade finish.