Party Registration (for accession to the Code): An applicant becomes a Party to the Trading and Settlement Code upon completion of Party Registration. This means that the applicant will be bound by the rules, regulations and obligations as set out in the Trading and Settlement Code.
If you are already registered, have completed the party application process and are a Party to the Trading and Settlement Code, proceed to Unit Registration for your Unit type.
Submitting a Registration to SEMO
In order to complete Party Registration the following must be submitted to the SEMO Registration Team at email@example.com.
A. Application Form
(for accession to the Code): An applicant becomes a Party to the Trading and Settlement Code upon completing Party Registration. A Party is bound by the rules, regulations and obligations as set out in the Trading and Settlement Code.
Download Party Application Form
B. Accession Deed
On receipt of the Party Application Form, SEMO will validate the application and draft an Accession Deed to be sent to the Party for execution. The Party should return the completed Accession Deed to SEMO registration.
C. Pay Accession Fee
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The Accession Fee is payable by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) the preferred method of payment, or alternatively by bank draft. Please contact the Market Helpdesk -firstname.lastname@example.org, for SEMO account information to make a payment by EFT.
If you are paying via bank draft, please ensure that the bank draft is made payable to 'EirGrid and SONI T/A SEMO'.
What happens after I submit my Registration?
The Registration Team will acknowledge receipt of the application and on receipt of all required documentation the Party Registration process will commence. The Party Registration process can take at least 60 working days to complete, as defined in the Trading and Settlement Code.
You will be notified in due course by the Registration Team of your Party Registration status and sent a copy of your executed Accession Deed on completion of this process.
It is possible for the Party Application to run concurrently with Unit Application provided that registration of the Unit does not take effect until the Party Registration has been completed.