The Ausgrid ASP Authorisation Management System process for Accredited Service Providers (ASPs) is outlined below.
Am I an ASP?
To undertake contestable work within Ausgrid’s network, you need to be an Accredited Service Provider (ASP). Contestable work is any work to design, construct or install assets that connect a customer’s installation to the Ausgrid electricity network, including work on or near the network.
Prior to applying for ASP authorisation with Ausgrid, you need to first become accredited under the ASP Scheme. Refer to the ASP Accreditation Scheme website for information about how to become an Accredited Service Provider.
Please note: The authorisation of Level 3 ASPs is not currently managed through the Pegasus System.
If your business provides services directly to Ausgrid, for works that are not customer funded contestable work, you are a partner or subcontractor. Refer to the links below for more information:
Information for ASPs
ASP Authorisation fees
ASP authorisation services provided by Ausgrid are an Alternative Control Service. The allowable fees applicable to these services are approved by the Australian Energy Regulator and are detailed in Ausgrid’s ‘Alternative control services fee schedule’ and Ausgrid’s ‘Connection Policy’.
The fees detailed in the Alternative control services fee schedule have been revised for the ASP Authorisation Management System and are detailed in Table 1 below. These fees are current as of 28 October 2019 and are payable to Ausgrid.
Ausgrid’s training group provides Ausgrid-specific training for Accredited Service Providers (ASPs).
Training services provided by Ausgrid are an Alternative Control Service. The allowable fees applicable to these services are approved by the Australian Energy Regulator and are detailed in Ausgrid’s ‘Alternative control services fee schedule’ and Ausgrid’s ‘Connection Policy’.
Ready to register? Let’s get started!
We suggest you read through the process below first and source the required information to register your business and workers.
You can find detailed user guides for the system (with screenshots) on the Help and Resources page.
The two-stage process is detailed below – simply click to expand the sections.
Stage 1: Business Registration (click to expand)
Step 1 > Create a user name and password to register your business
The Ausgrid ASP Authorisation Management System can be found by clicking the REGISTER BUSINESS button below:
Start by entering a user name of your choosing, plus your email address and a password. You’ll be emailed confirmation.
Step 2 > Register business details
Using your new details, login to the system.
You may now follow the process to register your company details by answering profile questions and selecting the documents you must supply to support your registration.
Step 3 > Upload documents for verification
You will be prompted to upload copies of the documents selected for verification. You’ll be emailed when your documents are verified, or informed of any corrections needed to finalise business registration. Documents may include:
- Professional Indemnity Insurance (Level 1 ASPs only)
- Bank Guarantee (Level 1 ASPs only)
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Company Accreditation Letter
Step 4 > Attend company authorisation meeting
If you are applying for an initial ASP company authorisation, you must attend an in-person meeting with Ausgrid. This meeting will provide your company with information for working safely on or near Ausgrid’s network, Ausgrid procedures and processes relevant to your work, and allow you to ask questions regarding ASP authorisation and compliance.
To complete your registration, you will be sent login details to register your workers and book their online ASP Authorisation information session.