Council Publications

The COAG Energy Council publishes a range of documents including meeting communiques, Council bulletins, consultation and discussion papers, legislative and regulatory documents and reports.

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Energy Ministers met to discuss their top priority of ensuring the security, affordability and sustainability of the National Electricity Market over the sho


Energy Ministers met via TelePresence today for the ninth COAG Energy Council Meeting.

Key items for discussion included:


The energy sector is undergoing a major transition, driven by changing technologies, increasing consumer engagement, new business models and climate change p


The COAG Energy Council agreed in December 2016 to implement a commercial arbitration framework for pipeline access disputes in the National Gas Law (NGL) as


The COAG Energy Council Energy Working Group (EWG) conducted a consultation process to seek comments on the National Electricity Law (NEL) and National Gas L


The Council is pleased to release the National Energy Productivity Plan (NEPP) 2016 ANNUAL REPORT


(Includes 7th meeting communique)


An expert panel with extensive experience in business, energy markets, science and engineering will conduct the review on the security of the National Electricity Market.


The 6th meeting of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Energy Council was held on 7 October 2016 in Melbourne.


The Australian electricity market is undergoing a significant transition, including due to rapid technological change, the increasing penetration of renewable energy, a more decentralised generation system, withdrawal of traditional baseload generation and changing consumer demand.


On 19 August 2016, the Energy Council (the Council) released a comprehensive


At its 19 August 2016 meeting the Energy Council tasked officials to undertake a review of the Regulatory Investment Test for Transmission (RIT-T) by Decembe


At its 19 August 2016 meeting the Energy Council tasked the Council’s Senior Committee of Officials with undertaking a review of the Limit


The 5th meeting of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Energy Council was held on 19 August 2016 in Canberra.


The energy sector is undergoing a major transition, driven by changing technologies, increasing consumer engagement, new business models and climate change p


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