Case Study 3

Major incidents involving the failure of the incoming Distribution Network Operator (DNO) HV or LV power supply to industrial sites are thankfully a rare occurrence.

This case study provides general guidance in the instance of incoming Distribution Network Operator (DNO) HV or LV power supper to industrial sites.

Introduction

Major incidents involving the failure of the incoming Distribution Network Operator (DNO) HV or LV power supply to industrial sites are thankfully a rare occurrence.

However, when they do occur it is important to have a well-developed procedure in place which addresses the steps to be taken from the first report through to restoration of supply and which also supports any Client Business Continuity Recovery Plans.

The nature of the DNO outage and particular site conditions will affect how each incident is dealt with.

This case study provides general guidance on an industrial facility which operates over a number of geographically remote sites and is supported by non-resident client appointed specialist electrical contractors.

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