Voluntary Embedded Network Code of Practice – Western Australia (WA)

Voluntary Embedded Network Code of Practice – Western Australia (WA)

WA Energy Compliance
Background The Voluntary Embedded Network Code of Practice (the Code) was developed by Energy Policy WA, responsible for developing the policy and regulatory framework for the electricity sector in Western Australia. This Code aims to provide similar customer protections and service standards to embedded network customers as those supplied by licensed electricity retailers in Western Australia. During the initial voluntary period of 6 months (with possible extension), learnings from this Code will help inform the development of a mandatory code of practice for alternative electricity services (AES), which may apply to embedded network sellers and other emerging business models that fall outside the licensing framework. The AES framework is expected to be implemented in late 2024 or early 2025. The decision paper outlines feedback received from key stakeholders during the…
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The NT Utilities Commission releases Decision Paper on stage 2 of electricity licensing regime review

The NT Utilities Commission releases Decision Paper on stage 2 of electricity licensing regime review

Compliance, NT Energy Compliance
In 2022, the Utilities Commission of the Northern Territory (the Commission) commenced a review of the Territory’s licensing regime which aims to clarify and enhance the operation of the licensing regime.  The review is being undertaken in three separate components (stages): Stage 1: a review of the coverage, relevance and flexibility (scope and design) of the licensing regime Stage 2: a review of the consistency, efficiency and effectiveness of the form and content of licences Stage 3: a review of the efficiency and effectiveness of the Commission’s licensing and related reporting The Decision Paper released in August 2023 marked the completion of Stage 1, focusing on refining the scope and design of the regime. This Decision Paper, released in January 2024, finalises stage 2, presenting the Commission’s decisions on new…
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