Indicative timetableBack to top
|AER publishes Preliminary Draft Instrument (including data requirements)||25 January 2023|
|Consultation on the Preliminary Draft Instrument closes||31 March 2023|
|AER issues Draft Instrument||June 2023|
|Consultation on Draft Instrument closes||July 2023|
|AER issues Final Instrument||September 2023|
Discussion paperBack to top
The AER has commenced a review of the information it collects from and about regulated electricity networks.
The Networks Information Requirements Review Discussion paper (Discussion paper) below provides context for the review and describes the issues on which the AER seeks feedback. The Discussion paper also sets out the Review process and articulates limits to the scope of the Review.
|AER - Network Information Requirements Review - Discussion paper - 23 March 2022 ( PDF 548.74 KB )||AER|
Stakeholder forumBack to top
On 21 April 2022, the AER held an online public forum to enable stakeholders to ask questions about the Network Information Requirements Review before submissions closed on 6 May.
SubmissionsBack to top
Energy consumers and other interested parties were invited to make submissions on the Network Information Requirements Review discussion paper by 6 May 2022. We received the following submissions.
Consultation - WorkbooksBack to top
We have created 10 data categories to describe the range of data we collect. To facilitate stakeholder with their detailed review of our data requirements, each data category is presented below in a consultation workbook. This has been done for both distribution and transmission. As one of the data categories (Customer Numbers) does not apply for transmission, there are 19 workbooks presented below.
Section 3 of the discussion paper describes the set of consultation workbooks we have developed. These consultation workbooks provide a mapping to the current suite of excel templates used to collect data and include definitions, validation rules and crosschecks.
We have developed our data requirements from existing RINs and information requests, as well as some new data requirements.