Metrology for the NEM
In this section
In this section
- National Electricity Market Overview - industry
- National Electricity Market (NEM) Fundamentals
- National Electricity Market Overview - public
- Metrology for the NEM
- Network and Frequency Control Ancillary Service constraints in the NEM overview
- An overview of AEMO’s gas markets
- Understanding Market Settlement and Transfer Solution (MSATS)
- Wholesale Electricity Market introduction
- Reserve Capacity Mechanism
- Energy Markets: STEM, Balancing and LFAS
AEMO’s two and a half day workshop on metrology for the National Electricity Market (NEM) is designed for metering provider (MP) categories A and B (MPAs and MPBs), and provides a thorough understanding of how metrology operates in the NEM.
- Metering regulatory requirements in the NEM, including parties’ roles and responsibilities under the National Electricity Rules (the Rules) and metrology procedure (Part A).
- Principles of metering and power measurement, three and four wire metering connections, Blondel’s Theorem and methods for verifying the correctness of an installation, and the basic theory and requirements surrounding each transformer principle (including calculation of losses and transformer equations).
- Voltage Transformer and Current Transformer’s principles, errors,and their impact on metering installation accuracy, including methods for error reduction, burden and burden power factor, turns ratio, and error compensation.
- Capabilities of modern energy meters, definition of meter error, accuracy requirements under the Rules, and meter testing (including in-field sample testing under relevant Australian Standards).
- Requirement for overall error calculation of metering installations under the Rules and metrology procedure, and its application to three and four wire metering installations.
- Requirements for Metering Asset Management Plans (MAMP) under the Rules and metrology procedure, the criteria for preparing the plan as set out in AEMO’s guidelines, strategy for testing and inspection, centralised audits, and metering installation audits.
Attendees of the workshop will gain an understanding of:
• Their obligations and responsibilities and the relevant regulatory requirements in the NEM.
• Operational and technical requirements associated with metering provision services.
• Metering installation metrology and performance management.
• Testing and compliance.
$2,200 per person, including GST.
Location and dates:
31 October – 2 November 2018
How to enrol:
- Visit the AEMO Learning Centre.
- Create an individual log in.
You will also be able to access the AEMO e-learning and education catalogues.
- “The course was useful and I would recommend the course to others in our work group.”
- “Good overview and some detailed info for someone new [coming] into this area of work.”
- “I work in the metering asset group and it gives me an insight about how to comply with AEMO's requirements.”
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