Horizon Power launches Smart Connect Solar in Carnarvon

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Horizon Power is working to increase rooftop solar adoption by updating DER Technical Requirements, removing hosting capacity restraints in most networks. This initiative brings significant benefits to Carnarvon by overcoming past solar capacity limitations. 

Members who work in the Carnarvon region should ensure they are up to date with the technical requirements and application process for this new program. 

What you need to know

New technical requirements are now in effectclick here to watch the Webinar.

The application to connect solar has changed. For Smart Connected towns, your customer will need to provide you a Smart Connect Solar reference number - so you can submit their application to connect. They can generate this number through MyAccount online. Click here to view the updated application form.

More resources are now available. Click here to access the training, information and advice you need when connecting solar in Smart Connected towns. 

If you haven't already - please ensure you complete Smart Connect Solar training, via the Clean Energy Council. You'll need this accreditation to install Smart Connect Solar on Horizon Power's networks.

Partners and Affiliates

ECA WA is ending its agreement with NECA

The Service Level Agreement between ECA WA and NECA WA is ending on 30 June 2024. As a valued member, you may be wondering how this may affect you. As such, we have put together these short FAQs to help answer any questions you may have. If you have further queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Why are we ending our SLA with NECA?