In its Post 2025 Market Design Review, the Energy Security Board recommended a congestion management model with REZ adaptations (or CMM). National Cabinet subsequently instructed the ESB to progress detailed design work on the CMM and to bring back a proposed rule change to Energy Ministers by the end of 2022.
Ministers have advised the ESB that the design process should include a comprehensive consultation process and should take into consideration value for money, providing locational signals, and ensuring sufficient flexibility for jurisdictional differences.
The Energy Security Board will be holding a virtual public forum to provide stakeholders with more clarity about the approach and process that we intend to use to give effect to National Cabinet's decision on transmission access reform. At this forum we will:
- Describe our proposed process for engaging with stakeholders during the detailed design process
- Provide information to assist parties who are developing, or have developed an alternative model that they would like us to consider
- Answer questions on the process.
Those interested in attending are invited to register through the form below.
A link to the forum will be provided to registered stakeholders closer to the event date.
Registration closes: 3pm, Wednesday 24 November 2021
For late registrations please email email@example.com