On 18 November 2020 the Energy Security Board published a set of changes to the National Electricity Rules to amend the triggering of the Retailer Reliability Obligation.
The ESB released the post 2025 market design consultation paper on 7 September 2020. It covered 7 market design initiatives to meet the challenges associated with a market in transition.
This consultation package includes a consultation paper and accompanying Draft National Electricity Amendment (Interim Reliability Measure) Rule 2020.
On 11 August 2020 the Energy Security Board (ESB) published a consultation paper and draft Renewable Energy Zones (REZ) Planning Rules. This consultation focuses on the planning elements of the REZ framework.
On 9 September 2020 the Energy Security Board published a draft set of changes to the National Electricity Rules to amend the trigger for the Retailer Reliability Obligation.
Energy Ministers tasked the ESB with providing advice on the implementation of interim measures to preserve reliability and system security in the NEM during the transition to the post-2025 market design.
The Better Practice Community Engagement Case Studies document has been produced by the COAG Energy Council’s Resources Policy & Engagement Working Group.
The National Energy Customer Framework is a national framework for the retail sale of electricity and gas to residential and small business energy customers.
On 5 January 2021 the ESB published a consultation paper on Renewable Energy Zones (REZs). The Stage 2 REZ consultation paper sets out options for how REZs could be implemented in the near term.
The Energy Security Board released a public consultation paper on a new data strategy for the national electricity market. It implements a Finkel Review recommendation that a data strategy is a critical reform in a rapidly changing market.