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Stakeholders in Demand Response within the NEM

Where we have found examples of the use of demand response within the Australian National Electricity Market, we have provided details of them here in pages linked below:

a)  Usage of DR by Network Companies

There are five transmission network operators (called Transmission Network Service Providers – TNSPs) in the NEM, as shown in the following table:

Powerlink Powerlink is the transmission company responsible for bulk supply in Queensland – click through to see a description of Powerlink’s demand response activities.
TransGrid TransGrid is the transmission company responsible for bulk supply in NSW – click through to see a description of TransGrid’s demand response activities.
AusNet Services AusNet Services is the transmission company responsible for bulk supply in Victoria – click through to see a description of AusNet Services’s demand response activities.
ElectraNet ElectraNet is the transmission company responsible for bulk supply in South Australia – click through to see a description of ElectraNet’s demand response activities.
TasNetworks TasNetworks is the integrated transmission and distribution entity for Tasmania – click through to see a description of TasNetworks’s demand response activities.

There are thirteen different distribution network operators (called Distribution Network Service Providers) in the NEM:

Ergon Energy Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
Energex Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
Essential Energy Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
Endeavour Energy Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
Ausgrid Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
SA Power Networks  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
TasNetworks  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
CitiPower  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
Jemena  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
United Energy  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
Powercor  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
ActewAGL  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.
AusNet Services  Click through to see a description of this distributor’s activities.

These transmission and distribution companies are illustrated in our 2014 Issue “Power Supply Schematic” Market Map.

b)  Usage of DR by Retailers

The number of retailers operating in the NEM is not fixed – it increases when new retailers enter the market and decreases when retailers merge, or otherwise cease operations.

The retailers that existed in late 2014 were categorised in our 2014 Issue “Power Trading Schematic” Market Map.

Rather than trying to be definitive in listing all retailers below, we have built the following listing referenced to information in the public domain (or where they have specifically requested an inclusion) with reference to a retailer’s support for demand response.

ActewAGL Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
AGL
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Alinta Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Aurora Energy
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Blue NRG
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Click Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Covau
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
COzero Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
CS Energy Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Diamond Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
EDL
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
EnergyAustralia
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
ERM Power
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Go Energy
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Infigen Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Locality Planning Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Lumo Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
M2 Energy
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Macquarie Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Metered Energy
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Momentum Energy
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Next Business Energy
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OC Energy
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Origin Energy
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Pacific Hydro
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
People Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Pooled Energy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Powershop
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Progressive Green
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
QEnergy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Red Energy Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
Sanctuary Energy
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Simply Energy
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Stanwell
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
TrustPower Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
WINEnergy
Click through to see a description of this Retailer’s activities.
2c)  Energy Users providing Demand Response

The following table lists retailers who have gone on the public record as providing demand response in some form in Australia’s National Electricity Market:

Energy User 1 Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Energy User 2 Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Energy User 3 Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Energy User 4 Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Energy User 5 Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
d)  Other stakeholders

Finally, for any organisation not categorised in the pages above, we have linked pages below to explain what we have noted about their involvement from information in the public domain:

AEMC Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
AEMO Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Altus Energy Click through to see a description of Altus Energy’s demand response Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
David Headberry Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Department of Industry Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
EnerNOC
Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Global-Roam Pty Ltd Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Greensync Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Oakley Greenwood Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Resposit Power Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.
Zepben Click through to see a description of this company’s demand response activities.