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Manuals, standards & metering

We take safety seriously - and we share this commitment with our contractors, installers and anybody who needs to work near our network. We want to make sure you, your workmates and the community remain safe and the power remains on. 

Always follow the manuals and industry standards relevant to your project and work environment to make sure your work is carried out safely and in line with the relevant laws and regulations. 

Metering requirements

The following links provide the electrical consulting and electrical contracting industry information on metering and connecting a customer. 

 

Mandatory Link Criteria and Metrology Procedure

Horizon Power has received approval from the Economic Regulation Authority for the mandatory link criteria under Part 6 of the Electricity Metering Code.

The mandatory link criteria deals with the communication links required by metering installations so as to enable meters to be read from remote locations via telecommunication networks.

The following documents explain the Horizon Power's Mandatory Link criteria, Metrology Procedure for Meter Installations and the approval received from the Economic Regulation Authority.

Keeping safe

Working near electrical infrastructure can be extremely dangerous and can cause serious injury or death. 

Read our safety tips

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