Ballylumford 110kV Switchboard Enabling Works Determination

Published date10 May 2023
Energy SectorElectricity
From the office of the Chief Executive
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Utility Regulator
Queens House, 14 Queen Street, BELFAST, BT1 6ED
T: +44 (0) 28 9031 1575 F: +44 (0) 28 9031 1740 W: www.uregni .gov.uk
Roger Henderson
Network Assets Director
Northern Ireland Electricity Networks
Fortwilliam House
Edgewater Office Park
Edgewater Road
Belfast
BT3 9JQ
10 May 2023
NET/E/JF/660a
By Email
Dear Roger
Ballylumford 110kV Switchboard Enabling Works Determination
This letter sets out the Utility Regulator’s decision in respect of Ballylumford 110kV
Switchboard Enabling Works costs under paragraph 4.34 of Annex 2 of the NIE Networks
Transmission Licence.
Our decision takes account of the information provided to us in your submission of 6 March
2023 and the subsequent query process.
We have determined an additional allowed CAPEX amount (ACTR_Xt) of £3.868m (2022/23
price base) for the construction works to be completed in the current financial year.
We will publish the decision by uploading it to our website and including it in the public register
required under Article 57 of the Electricity (Northern Ireland) Order 1992
Under paragraph 4.35 of Annex 2 of the NIE Networks Transmission Licence the Utility
Regulator may make a determination subject to conditions with which the Licensee shall be
required to comply, including conditions as to the monitoring, audit and reporting in relation to
the project. In respect of this determination the Licensee shall, in addition to ongoing RIGs
reporting, maintain records of costs in sufficient granularity to provide a report or reports of
costs against the headings identified in the submission of 6 March 2023 and shall report these

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