One of the key arguments used to justify the introduction of a solar export charge is that rooftop solar households are being subsidised by others. But does this stack up?
Has the AEMC been gullible in accepting frivolous claims about bottlenecks associated with the connection of rooftop solar?
AEMC signs off on new rules to prevent wind and solar projects deliberately turning down their output to avoid low or negative electricity prices.
AEMC seeks more time to consider ‘complexities’ of a call from large energy incumbents to force smaller generators to play by the same energy market rules.
With periods of negative electricity demand expected as early as next year, AEMO seeks urgent rule changes to prevent settlement systems falling over.
AEMC to fast-track assessment of new rules requiring energy regulators to undertake annual reviews of energy system security risks.
The AEMC seeks feedback on new energy market participant categories, as regulators work to catch up with the surging role of energy storage.
AEMC pushes back the deadline for draft system strength reforms, saying more time is needed to work through the complexities.
Strict standards for inverters that control rooftop solar systems, battery storage devices and electric vehicle charging are on their way.
AEMC launches review of smart meter rules, after its last reforms failed to stimulate the market.