Transmission Entry Capacity (TEC) Register

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Update frequency

Twice Weekly

Last updated

2022-05-21

Format

CSV

Overview

A list of projects that hold contracts for Transmission Entry Capacity (TEC) with us. These include existing and future connection projects and projects that can be directly connected to the National Electricity Transmission System (NETS), or make use of it.

Additional Information

Key Value
Update Frequency Twice weekly

Files

.CSV

TEC Register

The data file contains the latest version of the TEC Register including all changes up to publication. This file will be updated twice weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays.

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Access and Licensing

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Licence conditions

ESO

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