AEMC approves request from Victoria for ‘enhanced RERT’ powers to allow AEMO to secure multi-year emergency electricity supply contracts.
CEC says decision to retain marginal loss factors will further undermine investor confidence in clean energy generation.
Australian Energy Market Commission calls on industry to consider how it will best cater to – and harness the opportunities of – battery electric vehicles.
As more renewables investors plead with AEMC to change “detrimental” marginal loss factor methodology, incumbents say they’re happy with the status quo.
Latest electricity price predictions from AEMC sees wind, solar and storage driving massive reductions in electricity prices over next three years.
AEMC delays final decision on demand response mechanism but acknowledges both large and small energy users should participate in a ‘two-way’ energy market.
Wind and solar investors warn of rising costs and impacts on grid stability if the energy market rule maker does not change its approach on transmission losses.
ESB chair Kerry Schott says two-sided market – driven by demand response and distributed solar and storage – will require complete reform of NEM.
Australian energy market rule maker told to go back and consult with stakeholders over its COGATI process.
COGATI is an extraordinarily complex beast, but its effect would be real and immediate – it would significantly reduce investment in large-scale renewables.