Supplier Units are a collection of demand sites for which metered consumption is aggregated. In essence, Supplier Units extract electricity from the gross mandatory.
A. Submit Application forms (5 in total)
The Registration Application pack consists of the 5 items listed below. All forms should be fully completed and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. SEMO also require a hard copy which must be posted to SEMO with the appropriate signatures and contact information as indicated in each of the 5 documents below.
Form 1: Participation Notice This document provides applicant details, supply unit details, and other material to SEMO.
Download Form 1 (doc 810KB)
Form 2: Collateral Spreadsheet This document requires the applicant to give details of their forecasted Metered Demand. The information is used to calculate the required credit cover the applicant will need to post as part of the registration process. Download Form 2 (xls 729KB)
Form 3: Finance Data This document provides SEMO with Participant's bank account details. These bank account details will be used for all payments made to the Participant in the SEM
Download Form 3 (xls 391KB)
Form 4: Supply Unit Data This document provides SEMO with details of Supply Site which will be incorporated into the Supply Unit.
Download Form 4 (xls 513KB)
Form 5: Participation Fee Registration also requires the payment of the releveant Participation Fee. Must be paid in the currency of the jurisdiction in which the applicant intends to trade. The fee can be paid via Electronic Funds Transfer or Bank Draft (details can be found in the Participation Notice)
Download Form 1 (doc 794KB)
B. Review our other Resources
Resource 1: Supply Unit FAQs
Provides additional material relating to the supply unit registration process
Resource 2: Authorised Persons FAQs
Details the Authorised Persons process and how to register members of your organisation as Authorised Persons
What happens after I submit my registration?
The SEMO Registration Team will acknowledge receipt of the application and on receipt of all required documentation the Unit Registration process will commence. The Registration process can take at least 60 working days to complete, as defined in the Trading and Settlement Code.