SCOTTISH POWER ED1 BUSINESS PLAN

SCOTTISH POWER ED1 BUSINESS PLAN

An independent assessment of the process recently undertaken by SPEN to update the volume of asset movements eligible for HI reporting purposes and the associated processes for reporting HI profiles and scoring, including and assessment of whether the processes adopted to amend the volumes of asset movements were robust, effectively implemented, and thus provide an accurate representation of HI profiles and capital plan delivery. Our strategy for the replacement and refurbishment of kV substation plant assets through the ED1 period. We explain our ambition to create a future proofed data infrastructure that will allow us to take full advantage of smart meter information in a range of different areas. Asset Health and Criticality. A discussion of the wooden poles RRP submissions for SP Manweb and SP Distribution including possible options for improving the outputs position associated with wooden poles.

Rising Mains and Laterals Strategy Our strategy for the management of rising and lateral mains assets through the ED1 period. Customer Satisfaction Strategy Our comprehensive strategy and roadmap for delivering outstanding customer satisfaction through the current price control period DPCR5 , through ED1 and beyond. Transform Model Analysis and Support Independent validation of key elements of the Transform Model to project the future expenditure required to manage the connection of Low Carbon Technologies LCTs to the distribution network. Legal and Safety Strategy. Our strategy for managing our environmental impact – setting measurable objectives related to both narrow and broad environmental impacts. Annex Volume C8 Section C.

Transform Model Analysis and Support Independent validation of key elements of the Transform Model to project the future expenditure required to manage the connection of Low Carbon Technologies LCTs to the distribution network.

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Social Obligation Strategy Buxiness comprehensive strategy and roadmap for delivering our social obligations through the current price control period DPCR5through ED1 and beyond. An independent bottom-up assessment of powfr future network investment for the 11kV and LV SPEN distribution networks, specifically considering the impact of future low carbon technology uptake.

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We describe how we have developed the plans and how we have worked to ensure that they are as cost efficient as possible. A description of our overarching Stakeholder Engagement approach and the engagement process we have undertaken in developing this Business Plan.

scottish power ed1 business plan

Annex Volume Aii Section A. A summary of the Cost Benefit Analyses CBAs carried out – along with a summary of each of the individual analyses setting out the approach and rationale for our chosen option. Asset Management Health Index Reporting Assurance An independent assessment of the process recently undertaken by SPEN to update the volume of asset movements eligible for HI reporting purposes and the associated processes for reporting HI profiles and scoring, including and assessment of whether the processes adopted to amend the volumes of asset movements were robust, effectively implemented, and thus provide an accurate representation of HI profiles and capital bsuiness delivery.

Operational IT and Telecoms Strategy. Our Plan — Chapter 7.

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Context — Chapter 3. Our strategy for the replacement and refurbishment of 11kV plant assets through the ED1 period. Our strategy for mitigating an appropriate level of risk through transfer by insurance. Asset Health and Criticality. Overview — Chapter ii.

Our methodology for evaluating asset health and criticality including a detailed description of the IT solutions used to derive Health Index and Criticality Index scores. Energy losses arise for a variety of technical and non-technical reasons and this section describes the different types of distribution losses.

Load Related Investment Strategy. Transform Model Analysis and Support. Transform Model Analysis and Support Independent validation of key elements of the Transform Model scotttish project the future expenditure required to manage the connection of Low Carbon Technologies LCTs to sckttish distribution network. Annex Volume C8 Section C. Our strategy for developing our network for the future, in line with our wider Long Term Strategy.

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Energy losses arise for a variety of technical and non-technical reasons and this section describes the different types of distribution losses. Our strategy for managing the main causes of energy losses from our distribution systems.

Our comprehensive strategy and roadmap for delivering outstanding customer satisfaction through the current price control period DPCR5through ED1 and beyond. Independent validation of key elements of the Transform Model to project the future expenditure required to manage the connection of Low Carbon Technologies LCTs to the distribution network.

Asset Health and Criticality. This document also links into our Innovation Strategy and Smart Metering Strategy, explains how we will develop new solutions for the future network and how these will form part of our expenditure in the future.

A detailed description of the engagement activities that were undertaken in preparing this business plan, the feedback we received and the outputs that are contained within the plan as a result.

Our approach to using innovation to improve our services and provide long term value for sxottish.

Distribution Business Plan – SP Energy Networks

Annex Volume C5 Section C. Operational IT and Telecoms Strategy. Independent validation of key elements of the Transform Model to project the future expenditure required to manage the connection of Low Carbon Technologies LCTs to the distribution network.

Our Plan — Chapter 6. Our strategy for managing the main causes of energy losses from our distribution systems.

scottish power ed1 business plan