This strategy document provides an informed view on what Western Australia’s principal electricity system, the South West Interconnected System, might look like over the coming decades. The Whole of System plan is a detailed study of how the state's major power system may evolve over...
A plan for how Australia transforms how we generate, transmit, distribute and use energy is needed. This consultation paper, covering seven market design initiatives, has been released to gather input on a coherent national electricity market design.
This report outlines how Victoria and South Australia are leading Australia’s transition to renewables, with renewable energy capacity at 33%, almost twice that of Queensland and New South Wales at 16% capacity. However, research shows the northern states are ramping up new renewables.
The Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) Integrated System Plan (ISP) provides a 20-year roadmap for the National Electricity Market (NEM) through the energy transition period to 2040.
This engagement strategy draws on findings across all stages of the project to provide best practice and innovative examples of household engagement towards the Future Grid.
In a fast-paced era of disruptive changes, this brief aims at facilitating strategic sharing of knowledge between the World Energy Council’s members and other energy stakeholders and policy shapers.
The purpose of this insights paper is to set the scene for AEMO’s ongoing investigations into renewable integration in Australia and identify any additional priority focus areas. This insights paper is generally based on information available to AEMO as at 1 October 2019 unless otherwise...
The Renewable Integration Study (RIS) is the first stage of a multi-year plan to maintain system security in a future National Electricity Market (NEM) with a high share of renewable resources. AEMO’s findings and recommendations in this report reflect both its day-to-day experience operating the...
The Underwriting New Generation Investments (UNGI) program has no legislative basis, no guidelines or criteria, and is following no clear process. Despite this the government has already shortlisted projects, made agreements and engaged in detailed negotiations.