Another submissions deadline is approaching as the market inches closer towards the planned implementation of the Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism (WDRM) in October 2021.
In an early Jan 2021 update, the ESB highlighted a report (published 14th Dec 2020) by Energy Synapse looking at Demand Response in the NEM. Here it is, and some initial comments.
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…
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