The Reliability Panel invites interested stakeholders to a meeting to discuss its November 2017 draft report on the Review of the reliability standard and reliability settings. The meeting will be held at the AEMC’s office in Sydney on Wednesday 7 March 2018.
The meeting will consider feedback from stakeholders on the Panel’s proposal to keep the market price cap and cumulative price threshold at their current levels. The Panel’s modelling of five minute settlement and the implications for the review’s final recommendations will also be presented at the meeting.
The Panel notes that issues relevant to the broader market and regulatory frameworks for reliability are outside the scope of this review and will not be covered at this meeting. These broader issues are being addressed through the Energy Security Board’s proposed national energy guarantee and the AEMC’s Reliability frameworks review.
Please register here by Friday 2 March 2018. For more information contact Jackie Biro by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02 8296 0606.
The final report will be published by 30 April 2018.
In accordance with National Electricity Rules, the Reliability Panel is required to review the reliability standard and settings every four years. On 21 November 2017 the Panel published a draft report to present, and seek stakeholder views on, the Panel’s draft findings and recommendations on the reliability standard and reliability settings to apply in the national electricity market (NEM) from 1 July 2020.
The Panel is carrying out the review in accordance with the requirements set out in the rules, its Terms of Reference, and the Review of reliability standard and settings guidelines, final guidelines, completed in 2016.
The Panel’s draft findings and recommendations with respect to the reliability standard and the reliability settings are as follows:
|Component and purpose||Current level (2017/18)||Recommended level from 1 July 2020|
|A maximum expected unserved energy in a region of 0.002 per cent of the total energy demanded in that region for a given financial year.||A maximum expected unserved energy in a region of 0.002 per cent of the total energy demanded in that region for a given financial year.|
Market price cap
Cumulative price threshold
Administered price cap
Market floor price
The reliability standard and settings focus on the future performance of the NEM. Their purpose is to:
- Establish the level of reliability consumers can expect from key aspects of the physical system (generators and interconnectors), by setting the reliability standard.
- Maintain the overall integrity of the market, by protecting market participants and consumers from excessively high prices.
- Allow for sufficient investment to provide electricity to the agreed reliability standard.
AEMC Director, Christiaan Zuur (02) 8296 7841 or email@example.com
AEMC Senior Advisor, Jackie Biro (02) 8296 0606 or firstname.lastname@example.orgView less
Reliability Panel documents
|Reliability Panel Draft Report||EY’s Draft Report|
|Information sheet - Reliability Panel’s Draft Report|