Energy Storage Registration Consultation

PIAC agrees that an energy storage register should be established so that relevant authorities and organisations have access to critical data to fulfill their regulatory obligations.

Response to National Electricity Amendment (Market Participant Suspension Framework) Rule 2016.

This submission is in response to the proposed rule change to refine the role and scope of the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) in deciding whether to suspend a market participant from the

Response to Transmission connection and planning arrangement

The COAG-sponsored rule change proposes to introduce new definitions, improved negotiation and dispute resolution processes, and increased transparency into the connection and planning of transmiss

Letter to AER re review of minimum disconnection amount

This letter to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) is in response to the AER’s review of the minimum amount owing for disconnection.

Making the switch: addressing the accuracy of customer transfers

This submission responds to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) consultation paper on the Transfer Accuracy Rule Change Request submitted by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG

Faster: Enabling efficient customer transfers in the electricity market through estimated reads

In this submission the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) commented on the AEMC’s Consultation Paper for the National Electricity Amendment (Using estimate reads for customer transfers) Rule 20

Review of regulated retail prices and charges for gas from 1 July 2016.

PIAC’s letter responded to IPART’s final report for regulated retail prices and charges for gas from 1 July 2016.

Reflecting the long-term interest of consumers in tariff designs.

In this submission, PIAC reiterated its concerns about the NSW Networks’ proposed tariff structure statements.

Review of Rate of Return Guideline

In this submission, PIAC supported the AER’s approach of reviewing the Guideline after the rate of return issues have been further clarified in the relevant appeals processes.

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