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Aurora Energy report expenditure on demand management measures undertaken under the DMIS


Aurora Energy has outlined details of it’s demand management measures to the AER as part of it’s required reporting duties set out in their DMIS agreement. The document states that “as part of its response to the AER’s RIN for 2012-13, Aurora is required to report any expenditure on demand management measures undertaken under the DMIS, and demonstrate how each project orprogram complies with the DMIA criteria set out in the DMIS. This information will form the basis of the AER’s assessment of Aurora’s compliance with the DMIA criteria, and its entitlement to recover expenditure on those demand management initiatives under the DMIS.”

Aurora demand management projects which were submitted for approval include:

  • Modelling the amount of load associated with uncontrolled domestic hot water heating that may
    be shifted using Direct Load Control
  • Research and modelling of the potential for battery storage and embedded generation to address a
    network constraint on Bruny Island
  • Audit of the scope for peak demand reduction amongst commercial and industrial customers
    connected to the distribution network

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