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The new standards occur from 27th of April 2019 and called Engineering Recommendation (EREC) G98 and G99.
After that day any generators connected to UK distribution will have to comply. These two regulations, published by the Energy Networks Association (ENA), replace the G83/2 and G59/3 respectively.
These new standards are applicable for all new solar, wind, battery storage, CHP and thermal generation plants that are connected to the grid, single phase and three phase installations. The standard also now addresses connection of battery storage (hybrid inverter with energy back up).
Any older G83/G59 devices (inverters) that are not compliant with G98/G99 will not be legally allowed to be connected to the UK distribution network from May 2019 onwards.
Please check the links below to see the G98 / G99 certificates (PDF files at the end of the product descriptions)
G98 – Visit our website for G98 certificate
G99 – Visit our website for G99 certificate
For more information and technical clarifications you can contact our technical team email@example.com