Connecting electrolyser to the electricity grid (as a consumer)

Connecting electrolyser to the electricity grid (as a consumer)

This LAP is concerned with formal procedures and arrangements via a responsible/legal authority for access to the e-grid (at a local or other level) for electrolyser connection and whether an electrolyser connection is treated differently to connection of a conventional electricity consuming load. If an electrolyser load is treated differently then the variance in procedures are sought to be identified
 
Which is the responsible authority/legal entity for connection of an electrolyser to the electricity grid?
Connection procedure and requirements: Are the steps different between an electrolyser and any other connecting consumer-facility (e.g.: industrial installation of similar demand)?
If yes to question 2, what are the procedural steps to undertake to obtain the permission to connect the electrolyser to the electricity grid?
Is it a barrier? No
Assessment Severity
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Assessment The connection of an electrolyser to the electricity grid is not different from any other electricity consumer, which is an important enabler for uptake of hydrogen technology.
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