Energy Market Reform Bulletin No. 28 - Demand Response Mechanism (DRM) Cost Benefit Analysis - Consultation Paper

The Demand Response Mechanism (DRM) was a recommendation of the Australian Energy Market Commission in the 2012 Power of Choice review. The DRM was intended to facilitate large energy users to act as though they were non-scheduled generators in the wholesale market, and receive reimbursement for reducing energy demand in response to high price events.

Energy Market Reform Bulletin No. 29 - Discussion Paper on Key recommendations arising from the Review of Enforcement Regimes under the National Energy Laws Final Report

In December 2013, the Review of Enforcement Regimes under the National Energy Laws (the Report) was released by the former Standing Council on Energy and Resources. The purpose of the Report was to inform policy aimed at ensuring enforcement regimes continue to protect the interests of consumers and that the integrity of the energy market is contained.

18th Ministerial Council on Energy meeting communique - 6 February 2009

Australian, State and Territory Government Energy Ministers met in Canberra on 6 February 2009 for the 18th meeting of the Ministerial Council on Energy (MCE). Key outcomes from the meeting were:

20th Ministerial Council on Energy meeting communique - 10 July 2009

Australian, State and Territory Government Energy Ministers met in Darwin on 10 July 2009 for the 20th meeting of the Ministerial Council on Energy (MCE). Key outcomes from the meeting were:

21st Ministerial Council on Energy meeting communique - 4 December 2009

Australian, State and Territory Government Energy Ministers met in Hobart on 4 December 2009 for the 21st meeting of the Ministerial Council on Energy (MCE). The meeting was chaired by the Hon Martin Ferguson AM MP, Australian Government Minister for Resources and Energy.

Key outcomes from this meeting were:

23rd Ministerial Council on Energy meeting communique - 11 June 2010

Australian, State and Territory Government Energy Ministers met in Melbourne on 11 June 2010 for the 23rd meeting of the Ministerial Council on Energy (MCE). The MCE had responsibility for national policy and governance of the Australian energy market.

Key outcomes from the meeting were:

24th Ministerial Council on Energy meeting communique - 10 December 2010

Australian, State and Territory Government Energy Ministers met in Brisbane on 10 December 2010 for the 24th meeting of the Ministerial Council on Energy (MCE). The MCE had responsibility for national policy and governance of the Australian energy market.

In addition to discussing investment, energy market and pricing issues, Ministers:

Energy and Resources Ministers' meeting communique - 10 June 2011

Australian, state and territory Energy and Resources Ministers met in Perth on 10 June 2011 for a joint meeting of the Ministerial Council on Energy (MCE) and the Ministerial Council on Mineral and Petroleum Resources (MCMPR). Following a decision by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) to reform the system of Ministerial Council, these two ministerial councils were amalgamated from 1 July 2011 to become the Standing Council on Energy and Resources.

5th Standing Council on Energy and Resources meeting communique - 13 December 2013

Australian, state and territory Energy and Resources Ministers met in Sydney on 13 December 2013 for the fifth meeting of the Standing Council on Energy and Resources (SCER). The meeting gave Ministers the opportunity to further progress the implementation of SCER's energy market reform implementation plan; Australian Gas Market Development Plan; National Harmonised Regulatory Framework for Natural Gas from Coal Seams; Multiple Land Use Framework; and national mineral exploration strategy.

4th Standing Council on Energy and Resources meeting communique - 31 May 2013

Australian, state and territory Energy and Resources Ministers met in Brisbane on 31 May 2013 for the fourth meeting of the Standing Council on Energy and Resources (SCER). The meeting gave SCER the opportunity to review progress on the energy market reform implementation plan agreed by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) in December 2012. In particular, SCER considered important policy changes in relation to reforms for the limited merits review regime; and agreed in principle to establish and national energy consumer advocacy body.

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