NAPIT create distribution equipment reporting guidance

 Providing the means necessary to report issues with  DB service equipment, the reporting guidance includes all the information in two easy to understand documents.

 Commenting on the new guidance, David Smith, chief executive of the Energy Networks Association said: ‘When distribution-side issues occur it’s vital that they are identified quickly and communicated effectively to the correct Distribution Network Operator (DNO).  We are grateful that NAPIT have spearheaded the creation of this guidance and designed it to fit in with the systems DNOs are already familiar with.’

 NAPIT trade association chairman Frank Bertie said: ‘This new guidance will make reporting issues found with the DB equipment much easier, saving installers time and improving safety.’

 The guidance describes the most common distribution-side issues electricians encounter, matching them to the universal codes meter operators currently use to report issues to DBs. This introduces an effective reporting mechanism for everyone involved.

 Including a handy explanation of MPANs and a quick reference table listing the contact details of distribution bodies by region, the guidance makes it easy to identify when an issue should be reported and who to call. 

 Download your free copy of the guidance document at:





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