AEMC rule and law changes for embedded networks
As noted in previous posts the Australian Energy Markets Commission (AEMC) is working on rule and law changes for the regulation of embedded networks. We now have a new draft timeline- as provided by the ...
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What will happen to 'legacy embedded networks' under the AEMC's proposed rule and law changes
Tomorrow the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) will hold a stakeholder forum to examine the question of what will happen to 'legacy embedded networks' under the AEMC's proposed rule and law changes. Below we discuss ...
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The new rule proposal for exempt gas sellers
The new rule proposal for exempt gas sellers A consultation paper was released last week by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) on a proposal that exempt gas sellers in east and south-east coast states ...
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Embedded Networks Framework Update – Further Questions
Following our webinar on the topic last week (which you can watch at https://zoom.us/recording/share/jBd95cUmW_4wZ9fGoZMqnXaJEe-kDAaVBhehvD2pp7uwIumekTziMw?startTime=1551409241000)), we had a range of questions. As those questions will be of interest to a wide range of people, we offer ...
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The NZ Electricity Price Review – Options Paper released
The New Zealand Government’s Electricity Pricing Review has just released an options paper looking at changes in a range of areas(https://www.mbie.govt.nz/have-your-say/electricity-price-review-options-paper/). It explores 41 options across the following broad themes: strengthening the consumer voice; reducing ...
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The new Consumer Data Right extended to the energy sector
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently released a Consultation paper on data access models for energy data.[1] The Consumer Data Right (CDR) regime, provides individuals and business with a right to conveniently access ...
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