The Smart Energy Council will continue to be a strong voice for our members and contribute and coordinate responses to consultation.
Currently, there are a number of industry consulations underway, they include:
- Behind The Meter Code of Conduct - click here to learn more...
- Solar Energy Storage and Related Services (SESRS) Code of Conduct - click here to learn more...
- Battery Performance Standards, Stakeholder Reference Group: DNV GL, CSIRO, Deakin University and the Smart Energy Council - click here to learn more...
- Development of AS/NZS 5139, Electrical installations—Safety of battery systems for use with power conversion equipment: Standards Australia
- Battery Best Practice Guide (Queensland): Queensland Office of Electrical Safety
- NEM Distributed Energy Resources
- Distributed Energy Resources National Connection Guidelines: Energy Networks Australia
- State Governemnt of Victoria, NETS project
Click on the links above to find out more.
(Consultation closed 3 August 2018)
AEMO have worked with the ENA to co-author a consultation paper entitled "Optimising the consumer based power network". The paper explores the opportunities that optimising distributed energy resources in a coordinated way in the distribution network and in the wholesale market will bring.
For more information visit: https://www.aemo.com.au/Electricity/National-Electricity-Market-NEM/DER-program
(31 May 2018)
The development of National Connection Guidelines to standardise the connection of distributed energy resources (DER) into the grid has been identified by the Energy Networks Australia /CSIRO Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap as a critical action to better integrate of growing numbers of customer resources into the grid.
To support this Energy Networks Australia has recently commenced a project to prepare a nationally consistent set of guidelines for network connection of a range of generation technologies, outlining the technical requirements to facilitate streamlined integration.
Click here to view the guidelines.
For more information and to view the webinar please visit the ENA website.