The Energy Security Board (ESB) was established by COAG to develop required changes to the National Electricity Rules to meet the changing needs of the Australian electricity market.
In this context the ESB has released an options paper seeking submissions on a range of reform proposals. Proposed reforms are divided into immediate reforms, initial (near term) reforms and next (longer term) reforms.
The four areas of focus of the reforms are system reliability, system security, effective integration of distributed energy resources and facilitating effective access to, and development of, the transmission system.
Key areas for consideration include:
Submissions on the paper are due to the ESB by Wednesday, 9 June 2021.
Stakeholder briefings will be held during May 2021 on dates to be confirmed.
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