AEMO is pleased to release the Quarterly Energy Dynamics Report for Q2, 2018
03 Jul 2018
Suspension of a market participant from trading in the national electricity market.01 Jul 2018
AEMO has released the final guidelines and reports as required by the AEMC’s System Security Market Frameworks Review. This includes the latest Power System Model Guidelines, Power System Design and Setting Data Sheets, and the System Strength Impact Assessment Guidelines.10 Jun 2018
A series of planned and unplanned generation outages over the last few days has resulted in Lack of Reserve (LOR) conditions in the NSW region. However, these conditions did not result in any involuntary load shedding in NSW.13 Feb 2018
In the 2016 National Transmission Network Development Plan, AEMO identified a Network Support and Control Ancillary Services gap to provide system strength in South Australia, and stated that the gap would be confirmed in 2017 after more detailed analysis was completed.19 Jan 2018
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has announced it has called on Reliability and Emergency Reserve Trader (RERT) providers to be on standby this afternoon to deliver contingency support if required to provide additional supply across Victoria and South Australia.
AEMO releases inaugural Integrated System Plan for the National Electricity Market.
15 Aug 2018
AEMO has published its “Quarterly Energy Dynamics” report to provide energy market participants, businesses, consumers, governments and other interested parties with information on the market dynamics, trends and outcomes during Q2 2018 (1 April to 30 June 2018).17 Jul 2018
AEMO releases inaugural Integrated System Plan for the National Electricity Market.04 Jul 2018
AEMO has published the 2018 VAPR which considers the adequacy of the Victorian power system to efficiently meet future reliability and security needs as we transition to a low carbon future.22 Jun 2018
AEMO has released its 2018 Gas Statement of Opportunities, intended to assess the adequacy of gas infrastructure, reserves and resources to meet demand in eastern and south-eastern Australia to 2038.15 Jun 2018
Existing and committed generation resources alongside demand side management capacity is sufficient to meet forecast peak demand in the South West interconnected system (SWIS), according to the latest report released by the Australian Energy Market Operator.