Macquarie Electrical Level 2 ASP

What is an ASP?

An ASP (Accredited and Authorised Service Provider) is an electrician who has the qualifications and certified by the electricity authorities of Australia. Macquarie Electrical is ASP 2 with Ausgrid and focuses on services to customers in Newcastle, the Hunter, Port Stephens, and the Central Coast. Ian Cooke provides leadership to his team of technically qualified, safety-conscious electricians who are authorised to provide ASP 2 services to the Ausgrid network.

As a Level 2 ASP, Macquarie Electrical Category 2 Electricians are trained to handle repairs, maintenance and undertake installations to overhead and underground electrical services between homes or businesses on the Ausgrid electrical supply network.

The services that can be undertaken by a Level 2 ASP are as follows but not limited to:

Class 2A – Disconnect & Reconnect

 

Disconnection and reconnection of service lines at the connection point–but only work at the connection point that does not involve accessing network operator assets and do not make mechanical changes to network assets.

 

Class 2B – Work on Underground Service Conductors

 

  • Removal & replacement of local electricity distributor security seal in accordance with local electricity distributor procedures

  • Installation and connection of underground service lines in accordance with the NSW Service & Installation Rules

  • Relocation/upgrading to existing underground service line and restore supply on completion

  • Disconnection & reconnection of underground service lines at the point of common coupling & the connection point

  • Replacement of a service protection device (including where it includes a meter protection device) and service active and neutral links.

 

Class 2C – Work on Overhead Service Conductors

 

  • Removal & replacement of local electricity distributor security seal in accordance with local electricity distributor procedures

  • Installation & connection of overhead service lines in accordance with the Service & Installation Rules of NSW

  • Relocation/upgrading of existing overhead service line & restoration of supply on completion

  • Disconnection and reconnection of overhead service lines at the point of common coupling & the connection point

  • Replacement of a service protection device (including where it includes a meter protection device) & service active and neutral links

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Class 2D – Energising Network Operator Service Equipment Including Service Protection Devices/Fuses

 

  • Removal & replacement of local electricity distributor security seal in accordance with local electricity distributor procedures

  • Disconnection & reconnection of the service equipment (including service protection devices/fuses) at the connection point installation, replacement, and removal of service protection devices/fuses as required by distributors in accordance with the NSW Service and Installation Rules

  • Energising service equipment including service protection devices/fuses

 

In relation to a basic meter (as defined in Schedule 6 of the Electricity Supply Act 1995) request received by the distributor prior to 1 December 2017, the installation and removal of whole current metering equipment in accordance with the local distributor’s published standards to the extent that such installation or removal relates to a basic meter.

 

An ASP may only remove or install meters if the ASP is accredited as a meter provider with the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) or the ASP is undertaking this work as a sub-contractor to another company which is properly accredited by AEMO for this purpose.

 

More Information

 

SCHEME RULES NSW ACCREDITED SERVICE PROVIDER (ASP) Schedule 1 Scheme Rules

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