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The IEC is a statutory body established under the National Electricity Rules responsible for developing and making recommendations on changing B2B Procedures.
The role and responsibilities of the IEC are defined by the Rules, the IEC Operating Manual, the IEC Election Procedures and the IEC Handbook.
In completing its statutory role in relation to managing the ongoing development of B2B Procedures and any changes to them, the IEC:
1. Makes recommendations on B2B Procedure changes and oversees the consultation process.
2. In conjunction with AEMO, considers implications of potential policy changes which may affect B2B Procedures.
3. Identifies B2B Procedure continuous improvement opportunities.
4. In conjunction with AEMO, monitors and contributes to B2B Procedure delivery management and prioritisation.
IEC Governance Handbook v1.0
1 May 2015 | 723 KB (.pdf)
IEC Annual Report 2015
31 May 2016 | 95 KB (.pdf)
List of Working Group Members:
The IEC is a forum for registered market participants only, and members must be approved by the chair/secretary, and have an appropriate understanding of items for discussion. The purpose of participation is to ensure that the views of all registered participants are recorded on the public record.
Any stakeholder with a legitimate interest in the matters before the IEC shall have the right to attend IEC meetings as an observer. Persons wishing to attend an IEC meeting must identify themselves to the secretariat for approval prior to the meeting.
Records of IEC Meetings:
For Further Information:
The secretary for the IEC can be contacted on: IECandRMECSecretary@aemo.com.au