The Guide to Information Systems provides an overview of AEMO's market systems used by participants. It is relevant to IT decision making during the registration process and provides an understanding of the IT systems requiring set up.
For technical information, including software and guides, see Using Energy Market Information Systems.
The Guide to Market Systems - NEM Change of Ownership provides details regarding the transfer of control of electricity assets registered with AEMO.
Use the MarketNet Connection Request to apply for a new MarketNet connection, or to make a change to an existing MarketNet connection. The form provides for all types of changes to existing network connections, including bandwidth changes, participant IP changes, and adding another connection.
Gas Market IT Systems
Use the Gas System User Access Request to apply for IT systems access for new participant users, or to modify or remove existing participant users.
Electricity Market IT Systems
Retail Electricity Market
The Market Settlement and Transfer Solution (MSATS) is AEMO's retail electricity system. Participants interact with MSATS by web or file interface, or by using web services.
Wholesale Electricity Market
The Electricity Market Management System (EMMS) is AEMO's wholesale electricity system. Participants interact with EMMS by web or file interface.
To understand more about the National Electricity Market (NEM), see An Introduction to Australia's National Electricity Market.
Gas Market IT Systems
National Gas Market Bulletin Board
The National Gas Market Bulletin Board (BB) provides access to operational data at all stages of the gas supply chain.
Retail Gas Market
The Gas Hub (FRC Hub) is the gas retail market communication infrastructure operated by AEMO.
Short Term Trading Market
The Short Term Trading Market (STTM) is the wholesale gas balancing mechanism established at defined gas hubs. The STTM Interface Protocol governs the provision of communications in the STTM. To understand more about the STTM, see Overview of the Short Term Trading Market.
Victorian Wholesale Gas Market
The Victorian Wholesale Gas Market enables trading based on injections into, and withdrawals from the transmission system that links multiple producers, major users and retailers. To understand more about the Victorian Wholesale Gas Market, see Guide to the Victorian Wholesale Gas Market.
Systems Access Policy
Clause 3.19(c) of the National Electricity Rules (NER) requires AEMO, registered participants and metering service providers (MSPs) to comply with the Systems Access Policy and Procedure. Other parties granted access to AEMO's market systems are required to contract with AEMO their compliance with the Systems Access Policy and Procedure.