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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.
The energy sector is undergoing a major transition, driven by changing technologies, increasing consumer engagement, new business models and climate change p
On 26 September 2013, amendments to the National Electricity Law (NEL) and National Gas Law (NGL) were introduced into South Australia's Parliament.
THE COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENTS (COAG) ENERGY COUNCIL RELEASES A COMPREHENSIVE GAS MARKET REFORM PACKAGE
COAG Energy Council officials welcome the release of the Final Stage Two report of the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) Review into the East Coast
The Victorian Declared Wholesale Gas Market (DWGM) is a wholesale gas market for the scheduling of pipeline capacity and trading of gas imbalances.
At its December 2015 meeting, the Energy Council endorsed a work program to address four key areas.
In July 2015, the Energy Council asked officials to develop a comprehensive strategic work program to consider the policy and regulatory response to addressi
In December 2014, the Energy Council agreed to task officials with implementing 11 of the 13 recommendations from the Review of Enforcement Regimes under
Released on 22 April 2016, COAG Energy Council Bulletin No.1 presented the Council's statement in response to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commiss
A Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) examining options to improve the energy efficiency of air conditioners and chillers has been released.
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
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
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