The Accelerated Loss of Mains Change Programme (ALoMCP) has been extended by the Energy Networks Association until May 2022, and Green Cat is delighted to assist generators in gaining grant money to cover the required works and preforming the G59 setting change.
The ALoMCP offers grants to non-domestic distributed generators which were connected before February 2018, to upgrade their hardware.
It aims to improve network resilience, and support wider initiatives helping meet the UK’s net zero targets.
All applicable generators will be required to have updated by the end of August 2022 and won’t be compliant with the Distribution Code if they aren’t. More information about the programme can be found here.
With experience of assisting in the compliance with the new Distribution Code of 100+ generators, Green Cat can handle the process from start to finish. This includes application for the programme, physically completing the setting changes on-site and the submission of required evidence.
This service is usually covered by the grant funding received and likely to be free of charge to the generator.
Ally Wright, who is managing the project, said “We are offering a service to clients to ensure these changes are made.
“Green Cat will handle the entire process – we’ll apply for the programme, attend your site to change the G59 settings as required and submit the evidence to the DNO.
“We have offered this service free of charge to the majority of clients as the grant funding on offer can cover our costs.
“If your site has still not undergone the process, we would advise getting in touch to ensure compliance with the Distribution Code and secure grant funding to cover the works.”
Interested parties should get in touch with Ally Wright at Green Cat on 0131 541 0071 or at email@example.com.