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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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The Expert Panel for the Review of Governance Arrangements for Australian Energy Markets released its


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


This Bulletin notifies the release of a communique following a meeting of Resources and Energy Ministers in Perth on 10 June 2011.


The Review of Governance Arrangements for Australian Energy Markets commenced in February 2015 and was completed in October 2015 with delivery of the Final R


This Bulletin announces the release of the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) for the mandatory disclosure of residential building energy, greenh


The former Standing Council on Energy and Resources agreed to an Australian Gas Market Development Plan on 14 December 2012.


In the Power of Choice review, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) recommended the introduction of a demand response mechanism (DRM) that facilita


The Demand Response Mechanism (DRM) was a recommendation of the Australian Energy Market Commission in the 2012 Power of Choice review.


Australian electricity markets are entering a period of change.


In October 2013, officials submitted the Consumer Access to Their Energy Data Rule Change Request to the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) as direct


As part of its demand side participation (DSP) work program, the former Standing Council on Energy and Resources submitted a rule change proposal which sough


In addition to general protections under the Australian Consumer Law, energy customers also have specific protections under state and territory laws.


In September 2013, a rule change request seeking to amend the distribution pricing rules in the National Electricity Rules was submitted to the Australian En


As part of its demand side participation (DSP) work program, the former Standing Council on Energy and Resources tasked officials with developing a rule chan


A range of stakeholders and market reviews have suggested that a lack of consistent technical standards for mid-scale embedded generator connections (around


In December 2013, the former Standing Council on Energy and Resources adopted the framework for its Demand Side Participation (DSP) Work Program.


In October 2013, officials submitted the Expanding Competition in Metering and Related Services rule change request to the Australian Energy Market Commissio


In October 2013, officials submitted the Expanding Competition in Metering and Related Services rule change request to the Australian Energy Market Commissio


In response to reviews conducted by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC), the former Standing Council on Energy and Resources initiated projects th


Released on 11 November 2011, Ministerial Council on Energy Standing Committee of Officials Bulletin No.


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