Overview

Submissions

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Interested parties were invited to make a submission on the Reliability Instrument request by 7 December 2020.

EUAA Submission- NSW T-3 Reliability Instrumant - 7 December 2020

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Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA)

MEU - NSW T-3 Reliability Instrument - 7 December 2020

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Major Energy Users Inc (MEU)

PIAC - NSW T-3 Reliability Instrument - 7 December 2020

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Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)

QEUN - NSW T-3 Reliability Instrument - 9 December 2020

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Queensland Energy Users Network

Final decision

The AER released its decision on the New South Wales T-3 Reliability instrument request for 2024 on 23 December 2020.

Market Liquidity Obligation

Quarterly schedule used by the AER to calculate progress towards the volume limits by each deemed MLO generator during the liquidity period
  Start End
Q1 31 December 2020 31 March 2021
Q2 1 April 2021 1 July 2021
Q3 2 July 2021 2 October 2021
Q4 3 October 2021 3 January 2022
Q5 4 January 2022 4 April 2022
Q6 5 April 2022 5 July 2022
Q7 6 July 2022 6 October 2022
Q8 7 October 2022 7 January 2023
Q9 8 January 2023 8 April 2023
Q10 9 April 2023 9 July 2023
Q11 10 July 2023 10 October 2023
Q12 11 October 2023 24 December 2023

 

Update

On 31 August 2022 AEMO notified the AER that it is no longer forecasting a reliability gap for New South Wales in 2024.