Following the success of the Behind the Meter (BTM) Code Stakeholder Consultation forums held during December in Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney an Melbourne, you are invited to attend one of two technical forums to be held in January 2019.
These forums will cover more specific areas to be addressed int he Schedules to the BTM Code on the following topics:
Please see event dates below:
Wednesday 30 January 2019
9.30am - 4.30pm (AEDT)
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf VIC 3006
Thursday 31 January 2019
9.30am - 4.30pm (AEST)
200 Creek Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
You will be asked to select your location when completing your registration. Please note, due to venue capacity, places are strictly limited.
These forums are aimed at obtaining more technical feedback than the industry consultations. Feedback from these sessions will be used as input to draft the detailed schedules under section D of the code.
Your say is important, and if you cannot make it to a forum, you can submit your feedback on the draft BTM Industry Code to [email protected] by Wednesday 6 February 2019.
In 2017 a Behind the Meter (BTM) Working Group, of which we are a member organisation, was established to develop a draft code of practice for the industry in relation to behind the meter products (such as solar, battery energy storage systems, electric vehicle charging products, energy management systems and software, and other emerging products and services for homes and businesses).
The industry is growing at an impressive rate, but we need to make sure that we do the right thing by current and future customers. They should feel confident to make well informed decisions about behind the meter (BTM) products and seek out a trustworthy provider.
Together, the member organisations of the BTM Working Group, which consists of Australian Energy Council, Clean Energy Council, Consumer Action Law Centre, Energy Consumers Australia, Energy Networks Australia, Public Interest Advocacy Centre, Renew and Smart Energy Council have drafted a code reflective of the needs of the broad industry. The draft code is a starting point and not a final endorsement. We cannot finalise it without feedback from the wider industry and its networks.
For more information, contact your member organisation or any of the organisations listed above.