Embedded Network Compliance Solutions

Simplifying the complex world of embedded network regulatory compliance.



We are the number one provider of embedded network compliance services. We work with developers, embedded network managers, retailers, distributors and embedded network operators. 

Speak with us if you are:

  • Finding it difficult to interpret and apply section 4.9.1 of the AER’s Network Exemption Guideline?
  • Wanting to ensure that your embedded network services are compliant;
  • Wanting to future proof our embedded network business with the AEMC’s proposed law and rule changes. 

Free Embedded Network Opt-Out Policy

For a limited time we are giving you the opportunity to download an embedded network Opt-Out Policy. This document is fundamental if you are an embedded network operator. You can use this document in both NECF and in Victoria and in your application for an embedded network conversion. 

To get access to the policy, simply provide your details below*

* available only to businesses that are offering embedded networks or are planning to offer embedded networks within Australia. 

Who to Contact about your Embedded Networks

Connor James

Connor is the founder of Compliance Quarter. He is a lawyer with Science and Law degrees and a Master of Laws (Commercial Transactions).

Connor has worked with many of Australia's leading energy businesses. His clients include Energy Locals, ReAmped Energy, Active Utilities, Evergy, Real Utilities, Next Business Energy, and many more.

Compliance Quarter was a Westpac Business of Tomorrow winner in 2018 and has worked with approx 70% of the new entrant energy retailers with a 100% success rate.

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Compliant Documentation and Processes

A good embedded network business needs a solid foundation. We work with our clients to develop base documentation including disclosure documents and various policies and procedures. We work with the AER’s Network Exemption Guideline on a daily basis. We speak the language of the Regulator and will help you develop solid foundations for your embedded network business. 


Compliance Management

Regulatory compliance is hard. The constant stream of new and amended regulation makes business extraordinarily complex. This is why many businesses hire a compliance manager. The role of a compliance manager includes identifying applicable regulatory obligations, developing controls, reporting on potential non-compliance, embedding compliance in decision making, and managing relationships with regulators. Hiring a compliance manager will typically cost a business over $150,000. Compliance Quarter is pleased to offer a more cost-effective alternative via our virtual compliance manager service.