Submission to the AEMC Directions Paper on Unlocking CER benefits through flexible trading
The CEC submission supports the AEMC’s decision not to progress the proposed model of multiple Financially Responsible Market Participants (FRMPs e.g. retailers or aggregators) for residential and small business premises due to the implementation challenges and related costs that would come with introducing AEMO’s proposed model (FTM2).
The CEC submission highlights other ways to unlock CER benefits, which should be prioritised above this proposed rule change.
Submission to the AEMC Consultation Paper: Integrating price-responsive resources into the NEM
The CEC submission supports improved visibility but argues the CER market is still in its infancy and that implementing a visibility model should be considered in the wider policy context of CER reform, including the SRES to capture batteries and orchestration.
National Electricity Amendment (Clarifying Mandatory PFR Obligations for Bidirectional Units) Rule 2023
The Clean Energy Council welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Clarifying Mandatory Primary Frequency Response Obligations for Bidirectional Units rule change requestview Download
Capacity Investment Scheme consultation submission
The Clean Energy Council welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Capacity Investment Scheme consultationview Download
Submission – Inquiry into workforce development in Northern Australia – Issues Paper
The Clean Energy Council (CEC) and the Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) welcome the opportunity to make a submission in response to the Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia (the Committee) on the Issues Paper - Workforce Development in Northern Australia (the Paper).view Download
Submission: Universities Accord Interim Report
The Clean Energy Council (CEC) and the Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) welcome the opportunity to make a joint submission in response to the Universities Accord Interim Report (the Review)view Download
CEC submission to Consultation paper on Energy Security Board's Network Visibility project
The CEC has made a submission to the review of network visibility. The consultation paper focusses on how to optimise the benefits of Consumer Energy Resources (CER) and network assets for all customers by providing market participants (and policy stakeholders) with the critical information they need to make CER planning decisions and to manage network-related risks.view Download