We have got through Scottish and Southern Electricity's bureaucracy! They are the company who manage our electrical network, to which our generators need to connect. They will provide a roadside box called a meter unit, and we connect to that. It will go in the grass next to the Health and Wellbeing Centre on Audlett Drive, and connect to the substation in Curtis Avenue. We then put in the cable between the meter unit and the hydro system.
The bad news is that all we have at present is the invoice, for £9900, and we have to pay it by the end of April or start again. The good news is that the price is about half their earlier estimate.
From there the electricity can either be sold into the grid at a commodity price for green electricity, or if possible to a single customer at a higher price.