On Thursday 24th June 2021, the AEMO opened registration for Demand Response Service Providers (DRSPs). We received an email about this, as would have any other WDR stakeholders known to AEMO. Organisations who wish to apply for registration for this…Read More
Submissions due 8 April 2021 – WDRM Baselines Eligibility Compliance and Metrics Policy Consultation (Stage 2)
On 18th March, the AEMO published Second Stage documents on Negawatt Baseline Eligibility, and is seeking submissions on these drafts by 8th April 2021.
On Thursday 25th March 2021 the AEMO published their Final Determination on the WDR Guidelines (which starts operating 24th October 2021). Here’s where you can find them.
The AER has published the latest notice concerning the Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism due to take effect later this year, with submissions on this paper open until the 23rd of April 2021.
Submissions due 5th Feb 2021 – WDRM Baselines Eligibility Compliance and Metrics Policy Consultation (Stage 1)
Another submissions deadline is approaching as the market inches closer towards the planned implementation of the Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism (WDRM) in October 2021.
Submissions due Fri 29 Jan 2021 – Market and System Operation Procedures and Guidelines (Wholesale Demand Response)
Submissions should be forwarded to AEMO by COB Friday 29 January 2021 on their Draft Report to consult on proposed amendments to Market and System Operation Procedures and Guidelines (Wholesale Demand Response).
The AEMC has today announced that the proposed Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism (a.k.a ‘Negawatt Dispatch Mechanism’) is still on track to begin in October 2021. The AEMC’s press release stated that requests to delay the implementation timeline were considered due…
Energy leaders flag possible delay in move to five minute settlement, in letter to COAG Energy Council
Leaders of the AEMC, AEMO and AER have come together to propose that the implementation of five minute settlement be delayed by 12 months in response to the impacts of COVID-19 on the energy industry.
On the 20th of April, the COAG’s Energy Council released a discussion paper exploring how to transition to a ‘two-sided market’ for electricity in Australia’s National Electricity Market as part of the transition to ‘NEM 2.0’.
On the 12th of March, 2020 the AEMC released a second draft determination on the implementation of a wholesale demand response mechanism in the market – what we’re calling the ‘Negawatt Dispatch Mechanism’. In addition, the AEMO published a high-level…
Following the deferral of the AEMC’s final rule on the establishment of what we see as a ‘Centralized Negawatt Dispatch Mechanism’ we take a quick look at some history.
This morning (Thursday 14th November) the AEMC has published a 35-page information paper about the potential for a shift to a two-sided market