2017 Margin Peak and Margin Off-Peak Review - Assumptions
In this section
In this section
- Draft Report: 2020 Benchmark Reserve Capacity Price for the 2022-23 Capacity Year
- AEPC_2019_09: Formalisation of the Process for Maintenance Applications
- 2019 Energy Price Limits Review
- AEPC_2019_06: Removal of Resource Plans and Dispatchable Loads
- AEPC_2019_04 Dispatch
- AEPC_2019_07 Ancillary Services
- AEPC_2018_03 Communication and control systems
- AEPC_2019_08 Power System Security
- AEPC_2018_05: IMS Interface
- AEPC_2018_06: Commissioning Tests
- AEPC_2019_02: Medium Term Projected Assessment of System Adequacy
- AEPC_2018_01: Monitoring and Reporting Protocol
- TR_2018_01: Tolerance Ranges
- AEPC_2019_03: Reduction of prudential exposure in the Reserve Capacity Mechanism
- AEPC_2019_01: Short Term Projected Assessment of System Adequacy
- AEPC_2018_04: Facility Outages
- Draft Report: 2019 Benchmark Reserve Capacity Price for the 2021-22 Capacity Year
- 2018 Energy Price Limits Review
- AEPC_2018_02: Tolerance Ranges
- Draft Report: 2018 Benchmark Reserve Capacity Price for the 2020-21 Capacity Year
Notice of Consultation
The Wholesale Electricity Market (WEM) Rules (Market Rules) require the Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) to determine values for Margin Peak and Margin Off Peak (Margin Values) for each financial year in accordance with the methodology set out in clause 3.13.3A(a) of the Market Rules.
Under clause 3.13.3A(a) of the Market Rules, AEMO must submit a proposal for these values to the ERA by 30 November each year for the following financial year.
AEMO has engaged Jacobs Group Pty Ltd (Jacobs), an independent consultant, to provide an independent assessment of the Margin Values for the 2018/19 financial year. Jacobs has prepared a draft Assumptions Report outlining the methodology and input assumptions proposed for the 2017 Review. The public version of this report, which excludes confidential Market Generator details, is now available.
AEMO also proposes to consult directly with selected Market Generators over the next two weeks, to refine the confidential input assumptions required for Scheduled Generators operating in the 2018/19 financial year.
Invitation for submissions
AEMO invites all sectors of the Western Australia energy industry to either:
- make written submissions on this draft Assumptions Report; or
- request a meeting to consult directly with AEMO and Jacobs during the submission period.
Call for submissions
AEMO invites interested stakeholders to make submissions on this draft Assumptions Report. The submission period is 10 Business Days from the publication date of this report. Submissions must be delivered to AEMO by 5:00 PM on Wednesday 11 October 2017.
Any submissions should:
- clearly address any issues that interested parties consider relevant to this review
- provide any supporting evidence or calculations (if appropriate).
Please note that AEMO is required by clause 10.5.1(q) of the Market Rules to make all submissions public. If confidential information is provided in a submission as supporting evidence, it must be clearly marked as confidential. Any confidential information will be excluded when the submission is made public.
AEMO prefers to receive submissions by email to: email@example.com
Requests for direct consultation with AEMO and Jacobs Interested parties wishing to consult directly with AEMO and Jacobs on this draft Assumptions Report must contact AEMO by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5:00 PM on on Tuesday 3 October 2017 to arrange an appropriate meeting time during the submission period.
Documents relating to this consultation are available below in the downloads section.
NOTE: This consultation is now closed.