Vital Energi successfully achieve NERS accreditation
Vital Energi are delighted to announce that they are now an Independent Connection Provider, thanks to accreditation from the National Electricity Registration Scheme. As part of an ongoing process to introduce competition to the electrical service market, Lloyd’s Register operate the National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) on behalf of the UK Distribution Network Operators (DNOs). This allows ICP’s to carry out contestable connections work on the UK electricity network. As an ICP, Vital brings knowledge and experience in the design and delivery of electrical infrastructure to support the heating, cooling and electricity needs of clients; offering a more responsive, cost-effective, faster and coordinated utility approach.
Vital’s vast experience of working with developers and consultants in the design and delivery of low carbon infrastructure projects enables them to take full ownership for the successful delivery of the electricity infrastructure. Medi Rampal, Head of Customer Engagement at Vital Energi, said: “It’s great news that we’ve been awarded NERS accreditation, and our customers will gain considerable benefits from the delivery of ICP services. We continue to evolve and broaden our services to meet needs and our aim is to be recognised as the go to and most trusted ICP delivery partner. “We’re looking forward to delivering a wide variety of contestable connections and electricity infrastructure work for clients across the UK.”
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Hayley Rothwell .
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