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Submission on SA Power Networks Determination 2025–30

The Australian Energy Regulator sought submissions on their Issues Paper for SA Power Networks’ (SAPN) Electricity Distribution Determination 2025–30.

The CEC’s response analyses and proposes recommendations surrounding SAPN’s Consumer Energy Resources (CER) Integration Strategy within the Determination. This is supported by five business cases including, CER Integration, Network Visibility, CER Compliance, Demand Flexibility, and an Innovation Fund.

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Submission

20 May

Levelised Cost of Electricity Review

An independent report commissioned by the Clean Energy Council and conducted by Egis, a leading global consulting, construction and engineering firm, has confirmed that nuclear is the most expensive form of new energy in Australia.

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Report

18 May

Submission on draft South Australian Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Regulations

The South Australian Department of Mining and Energy sought views on draft regulations for the Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Act.

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Submission

1 May

Submission on federal environmental law reform

The federal Department of Climate Change, Energy, Environment and Water sought submissions on draft policy and provisions on "nature positive" federal environmental law reform.

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Submission

1 May

Submission on Energy and Electricity Sector Plan

The Australian government sought views on aspects of the energy transformation to achieve the 2030 emissions reduction target and net zero by 2050 while ensuring a reliable, secure and affordable energy supply.

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Submission

1 May

Service Target Incentive Performance Scheme submission

We welcome the opportunity to comment on Issues Paper related to the Service Transmission Target Performance Incentive Scheme (STPIS). We agree that the market impact component (MIC) and network capability component (NCC) of the STPIS need to be reviewed. We also agree with AER’s analysis that indicates the MIC is not working as intended and the NCC is being under-utilised.

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Submission

20 Apr

Transmission Ring Fencing Submission

We welcome the opportunity to comment on the AEMC’s draft determination and draft rule for Expanding the transmission ring-fencing framework rule change.

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Submission

19 Apr

Submission on Unlocking CER Benefits Through Flexible Trading, Draft Determination

The Draft 2024 Integrated System Plan identifies that flexible energy will be a big part of the new, clean and affordable energy future. Specifically, AEMO predict the capacity of coordinated behind-the-meter storage will increase to 37 GW in 2049-50, of which they anticipate 80% will be orchestrated. To achieve this goal, we need to implement policy that encourages and empowers consumers to not only adopt storage, but to trust that market participants will provide simple and valuable orchestration services.

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Submission

12 Apr