NERS is the National Electricity Registration Scheme operated by the Lloyds Register.
The National Electricity Registration Scheme is operated on behalf of the UK Distribution Network Operators (DNOs). The scheme represents part of an ongoing process to introduce competition into the electrical services market
What is NERS?
Under the scheme we are assessed of for accreditation for contestable works associated with the installation of electrical connections. The scopes of registration are as follows:
- project management
- cable laying (LV,11kV,33kV,132kV)
- cable jointing (dead LV, live LV,11kV, 33kV, 132kV)
- overhead lines wooden pole and/or steel tower (up to 132kV)
- substation installation (up to 11kV/415V)
- substation installation (11kV,33kV,132kV)
- all associated civil engineering works including excavation, cable laying and backfilling.
What are the benefits?
Accreditation under the scheme will provide TDR Surface Repairs Ltd with the following benefits:
- accreditation recognised by all UK DNOs
- independent assessment and registration process
- assignment of an accreditation mark which will represent the achievement of a high technical, quality and safety standard
- listing TDR on the Lloyds Register of registered service providers