Trust Utility Management achieve ICP status with Lloyds NERS

lloyds-register Trust Utility Management are delighted to announce they have now achieved Independent Connection Provider status through LLoyds National Electricity Registration Scheme

As part of an on-going process to introduce competition to the electrical service market, LLoyds operate  the National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) on behalf of the UK Distribution Network Operators (DNOs).

Under the scheme they perform technical assessment of the service providers who elect to be assessed for accreditation for contestable works associated with the installation of electrical connections.  Once accredited, the service provider is a NERS provider (commonly known as an Independent Connection Provider (ICP).

As a NERS provider we can now undertake work such as design new connections to the network, dig and fill trenches on and around the property to be connected, and install electrical switches and transformers, offering our clients a one stop shop for Electricity supply.

Alan Leverton Electrical Consultant for TEC (Trust Electrical Connections) managed the accreditation process and is delighted that the work he and his team have put into the award has now been rewarded. Alan Says "This accreditation allows us to provide a one stop shop electrical connection solution to both existing and future clients"    
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