Market Reviews: Completed

Strategic Priorities for Energy Market Development

Reference:
EMO0011
Reviewed by:
AEMC
Date completed:
20-Oct-2011
Overview

On 20 October 2011, the AEMC published a paper outlining the 2011 priorities for energy market development. The paper focusses on how consumers, industry and governments can best work together to effectively manage structural change in the national energy sector.

On 20 October 2011, the AEMC published a paper outlining the 2011 priorities for energy market development. The paper focusses on how consumers, industry and governments can best work together to effectively manage structural change in the national energy sector.

The AEMC developed these priorities by engaging with interested stakeholders. We received a wide range of useful comments, which we have actively considered in finalising the priorities.

These priorities will help guide the AEMC in the development of our work program. We intend to continue developing them periodically, and we will seek further advice and feedback from interested parties in doing so.

On 1 April 2011, the AEMC published its inaugural Strategic Priorities Discussion Paper. Chairman John Pierce called for a well-informed public debate on what really matters for market design and the continuing delivery of affordable, reliable and secure energy for the whole community. Comment was welcomed on the AEMC's proposed priorities.

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