South Australia speaks out against proposed delays to five-minute settlement, in a new battle between established incumbents and new energy market players.
AEMC approves demand response mechanism for wholesale market, one of the most fundamental changes to NEM design in decades, rejecting calls for delays.
AEMO seeks powers to impose minimum standards for rooftop solar, battery storage and EVs in an effort to create a single, nationally consistent set of rules.
AEMC sets new rules to open up the option of stand alone power systems to remote and fringe-of-grid communities as network alternative.
AEMC seeks views on proposed introduction of five-minute settlement rule change, as regulators focus on Covid-19 response.
Crucial National Electricity Market reforms face delays under pressure from large incumbent fossil fuel generators using Covid-19 as a cover to stymie progress.
AEMC signs off on new mandatory requirements for all NEM participants to provide frequency response services, despite concerns that it will disproportionately burden wind and solar projects.
Clean energy industry pushes for new measures to address 50 per cent slump in new investment, as schism grows between states and federal government on energy.
A senior Queensland bureaucrat will take on the leadership of the chief energy market rulemaker, as the new chief executive of the AEMC.
AEMC Reliability Panel says climate change making reliable electricity supply more difficult, but that emerging technologies like battery storage will help address these challenges.