Use Of System Agreement

Use of System Agreement (UoSA) is a contract between a power grid owner (z.B. Buller Electricity) and an electricity distributor that sets the conditions for the retailer to use the local electricity grid to provide electricity to its customers. The agreements specify each party`s rights and obligations with respect to service obligations, payment obligations, operational requirements and dispute resolution. BEL adopted the Electricity Authority`s UoSA model, published in September 2012, with a minimum number of modifications: the system`s use agreement is a contract between an electricity network (z.B. Aurora Energy) and an electricity distributor that sets the conditions for the retailer to use the local electricity grid to supply electricity to its customers. The agreements cover the structure of rates, service levels and dispute resolution. Article 2.4.12 of the Electricity Distribution Information Disclosure Determination 2012 obliges Aurora Energy to make public the mandatory terms and conditions (as defined in paragraph 1.4.3) of non-standard contracts. Aurora Energy has two such contracts. The existing UoSA BEL with Pulse Energy is as follows: Aurora Energy has accepted the Electricity Authority`s use-of-system Agreements model published in September 2012 with a minimum number of waivers, as shown below: All licensed electricity distributors and suppliers are required to become parties to the DCUSA. Information Advertising-Electricity-sales-by-pulse-energy The distribution and use of the System Agreement (DCUSA) provides a single centralized document relating to the connection and use of electricity distribution networks. It contains the pricing methods for connecting and using electricity distribution networks.

Here you will find the voluntary disclosure of voluntary information from Aurora Energy on the system`s use agreements with electricity distributors, as recommended by the electricity authority. If you would like to discuss whether you should participate in this code and, if so, how to become one, please contact DCUSA.


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