The appointment of Anna Collyer as chair of the AEMC has been broadly welcomed, with the energy law expert to embrace a rapidly changing energy market.
AEMC proposes new rules to make it easier for wind and solar to share network infrastructure, easing the path to renewable energy zones.
New draft rules could prevent wind and solar projects from reducing output, as the AEMC seeks to see renewables act more like coal and gas in the market.
AEMC extends the consultation window for contentious plan to allow network charges on homes connecting solar and storage to the grid.
Clean energy investors slam rule-maker’s “perverse” changes to network access, saying they will result in delays, cancelled projects and higher costs.
AEMC proposes new technical standards for wind and solar projects, and cost sharing for grid investment, after concluding ‘system strength’ investigation.
The ESB has done a job the AEMC wasn’t doing, and additionally it has championed the ISP in a necessary way.
AEMC seeks feedback on proposed reforms, that would establish big batteries as their own kind of market participant in the National Electricity Market.
Energy ombudsman could have new powers to oversee complaints relating to new energy technologies such as solar and battery storage provided by electricity retailers.
South Australia speaks out against proposed delays to five-minute settlement, in a new battle between established incumbents and new energy market players.