Guide to settlements residue auction
In this section
In this section
- Guide to settlements residue auction
- Settlements Residue Auction Rules
- Settlement Residue Committee
- SRA Secondary Trading Project
- Settlements Residue Auction – Maximum Number of Units and Proportions
- Auction participant agreement
- Auction notices
- Settlement Residue Auction reports
- Auction results
- SRA dates 2019 and 2020
- Exemption from requirement to hold Australian financial services license
Settlements Residue Auctions (SRAs) give eligible Registered Participants access to inter-regional settlements residue (IRSR) by enabling them to bid for entitlements to a proportion of the total IRSR.
Due to the many variables affecting IRSR, bidding is financially speculative and carries a number of risks.
The National Electricity Rules (Rules) set out basic principles governing the way IRSR must be allocated and distributed, but leaves the details of the allocation and distribution methodology to AEMO. Rule 3.18.3 permits AEMO to develop auction rules setting out how auctions are to be conducted.
This Guide provides an overview of the auction process. It does not contain all relevant references to the Rules, the auction rules, or any other governing instrument, and does not contain an exhaustive list of all relevant factors and issues. Anyone wishing to participate in the auction should obtain their own legal, taxation, and financial advice, and should conduct their own assessment of the risks associated with participating in auctions before seeking to do so.
For further information on these documents, please contact the AEMO Information and Support Hub.
Guide to the Settlements Residue Auction
03 August 2018 (130 KB, pdf)
Methodology for the Allocation and Distribution of Settlements Residue
28 July 2014 (496 KB, pdf)
Settlement Residue Distribution Agreement Assignment Guide
06 July 2016 (411 KB, pdf)
NEM Settlements Residue Auction Interface Guide
10 January 2017 (2.65 MB, pdf)