Consumer Data Rights MSATS Consultation

29/07/2022
Market National Electricity Market
StageSecond Stage
ConvenorAEMO NEM
Initiated26/04/2022
Accepting submissions?Yes
Submissions close15/08/2022

AEMO proposes to publish the draft determination and procedures on the Consumer Data Right (CDR) MSATS Consultation (Draft Report) in two parts. This separation is being done to allow as much time as possible for Participants to prepare for the Minor Changes being proposed from 7 November 2022 and to allow for AEMO to consider and evaluate the number of complex issues associated to CDR.

Draft Report Part 1 – Other Matters – Various Minor Changes

On Friday 29 July 2022, AEMO will publish the Draft Report in respect of the various minor changes in the Other Matters section of the Issues Paper (Draft Report Part 1).

AEMO has considered and evaluated the relevant submissions and feedback that AEMO has received from stakeholders on the various minor changes, subsequent to AEMO’s publication of the Issues Paper.

Draft Report Part 2 – CDR MSATS Proposal

AEMO is extending the date for publication of the Draft Report in respect of the CDR Change Proposal (Draft Report Part 2).

The extension is required for AEMO to consider and evaluate the number of complex issues which have arisen from the submissions and feedback that AEMO has received from stakeholders, subsequent to AEMO’s publication of the Issues Paper on Wednesday 27 April 2022.

In particular, a number of the issues will be further explored in the upcoming third workshop on Wednesday, July 27 which will be facilitated by the Data Standards Body (DSB) of the Australian Federal Treasury.

AEMO will inform stakeholders as soon as possible of the extended publication date of the Draft Report Part 2, given the need to explore these complex issues.

The Draft Report Publication Date as adjusted is Friday 29 July 2022. AEMO will inform all Consulted Persons as soon as possible of the consequentially-adjusted indicative due date of submissions on the Draft Report and publication date of the Final Report.
The Draft Report Publication Date is adjusted due to the number and complexity of the issues raised in the submissions in response to the Issues Paper.

For more information, contact the NEM retail procedure consultations team

 

On 26 November 2017, the Australian Government introduced the Consumer Data Rights (CDR) to: 

  • Give consumers greater access to and control over their data. 
  • Improve consumers’ ability to compare and switch between products and services.  
  • Encourage competition between service providers, leading to better prices for customers, as well as more innovative products and services. 

The CDR reform is being led by the Federal Treasury and supported by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

 

Conceptionally, the CDR model in energy is to facilitate the authorised transfer of an authenticated consumer’s data from a Data Holder to an Accredited Data Recipient (ADR). 

 

AEMO has prepared an Issues Paper facilitate informed discussion and seek input from interested parties on the delivery of proposed changes to enable Consumer Data Right (CDR) in the National Electricity Market (NEM).  

 

Submissions on the Issues Paper should be forwarded to AEMO by 5.00 pm (Melbourne time) on Thursday 2 June 2022

 

Submissions must be made using the response template linked below and sent to NEM.Retailprocedureconsultations@aemo.com.au.

 

Second stage consultation documents – Part 1 Minor Amendments

 

Date of publication: 29 July 2022

AEMO invites comments on the proposed changes contained in the Draft Report – Part 1 Minor Amendments. Submissions must be made using the response template linked below and sent in PDF and .docx format to NEM.Retailprocedureconsultations@aemo.com.au. Submissions should be sent to AEMO by 5:00pm (Melbourne time) on Monday 15 August 2022.

The Procedures under consultation are: 

Summary of Change Proposals Procedure

Type of Change

Proposed Effective Date

Change Proposal

Standing Data for MSATS v5.31 (change marked) (new template)

Amendment

7 November 2022

Minor Amendments

MSATS Procedures - CATS v5.31 (changes marked) (new template)

Amendment

7 November 2022

Minor Amendments

 

CiP_61 Meter Manufacturer and Model CR305X change request changes

MSATS Procedures - WIGS v5.31 (changes marked) (new template)

Amendment

7 November 2022

Allow the ENLR (LR) to object to CR5021

 

Addition of BULK and XBOUNDARY to CR1500 to allow MDPs to complete

Consumer Data Rights MSATS - Second Workshop

On 12 July 2022, AEMO held a second workshop to walk through the proposed solution for the CDR.

Consumer Data Rights MSATS - Initial Workshop

On 14 June 2022, AEMO held a workshop to walk through the proposed solution for the CDR. 

The Procedures under consultation are: 

Summary of Change Proposals Procedure

Type of Change

Proposed Effective Date

Change Proposal

Standing Data for MSATS v5.31 (changes marked)

Amendment

7 November 2022

Minor Amendments

Standing Data for MSATS v5.4 (changes marked)

Amendment

30 May 2023*

Consumer Data Rights (CDR)

MSATS Procedures - CATS v5.31 (changes marked)

Amendment

7 November 2022

Minor Amendments

CiP_61 Meter Manufacturer and Model CR305X change request changes

MSATS Procedures - CATS v5.4 (change marked)

Amendment

30 May 2023*

Consumer Data Rights (CDR)

MSATS Procedures - WIGS v5.31 (change marked)

Amendment

7 November 2022

Allow the ENLR (LR) to object to CR5021

Addition of BULK and XBOUNDARY to CR1500 to allow MDPs to complete

MSATS Procedures - WIGS v5.4 (change marked)

Alignment

30 May 2023*

Align versioning with CATS procedures

* The 7 November 2022 versions (v5.31) of the relevant Procedures have been used as the basis for the proposed 30 May 2023 versions (v5.4). If any additional changes are required to any of the 7 November 2022 versions during the Consultation, then the associated 30 May 2023 versions will be duly reflected.

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