# Connection Assets definition

Connection Assets means that portion of the distribution system used to connect a customer to the existing main distribution system, and consists of the assets between the point of connection on a distributor’s main distribution system and the ownership demarcation point with that customer;
Connection Assets means those assets, including the Company’s Connection Equipment, that are operated and maintained by the Company, and which are provided for the sole use of Connecting the User’s System to the Company’s Distribution System.
Connection Assets has the meaning given to it in the Distribution System Code.

## Examples of Connection Assets in a sentence

• For the avoidance of doubt, in addition to the Cancellation Charge, Termination Amounts also apply in respect of Transmission Connection Assets.

• Where a customer requests a connection design which is more expensive than the LCTA connection then, if that option is acceptable to NIE Networks, the customer will be required to pay in full the estimated cost of providing the additional Connection Assets necessary to meet the customer’s requirements, in addition to the Connection Charge levied under Section 4 or 5, as appropriate.

• Where a number of customers connect simultaneously and share the use of Connection Assets, each customer may be charged a proportion of the estimated cost of the shared Connection Assets.

• Where a new customer is to be connected to the Distribution System by making use of existing Connection Assets constructed by NIE Networks, for which the expenses incurred by NIE Networks were wholly or mainly defrayed by an existing domestic customer(s) who connected within the preceding five years the new customer will be charged a proportion of the value of the shared Connection Assets, calculated in accordance with the Electricity (Connection Charges) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1992.

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## More Definitions of Connection Assets

Connection Assets. , for a connection point, means all of the network assets that are used only in order to provide covered services at the connection point.
Connection Assets means all of the network assets that are used only in order to transfer electricity into or out of a network at the relevant connection point and includes any transformers or switchgear at the relevant point, or which is installed to support or to provide backup to, such electrical equipment as is necessary for that transfer.
Connection Assets means that portion of the electrical distribution system used to connect a customer or streetlight to the distribution system required to be installed or constructed as more particularly described in schedule “C” hereto;
Connection Assets has the meaning given to ‘connection assets’ in the PHT Rules. Connection Point means, depending on the context, an Entry Point, Exit Point or Bidirectional Point.
Connection Assets means all the infrastructure required to provide or facilitate the provision of the Connection as is set out in more detail in section 5 of the Connection Charging Policy.
Connection Assets means the connection assets (line, substation, other connecting elements) to be constructed by the user, to connect the Power Generator / Demand to transmission network as set out in Annex No. 1.
Connection Assets means the assets which are used, or are to be used, to provide connection services to the Customer at the Supply Address;