Anticipatory certification is the activity described in Part 8 (sections 174 and 175) of the Clean Energy Act.
Settlement Residue Auction
Information relating to Settlement Auction Residue is available here.
Ancillary services are those services used by AEMO to manage the power system safely, securely and reliably.
Congestion Information Resource
The guide to the Congestion Information Resource describes the web based resource that is targeted to take effect on 1 September 2012/
AEMO conducts the market through a centrally-coordinated dispatch process that pools generation from producers and delivers required quantities of electricity from the pool to wholesale consumers.
Energy Adequacy Assessment Projection (EAAP)
Reports investigating the potential impact of the drought (within eastern and south-eastern Australia) on electricity supplies in the National Electricity Market.
Generator Performance Standards
AEMO is responsible for maintaining a register of the Generator Performance Standards. AEMO also monitors compliance to the Registered Standards to ensure that Power System Security is maintained whilst working with participants to resolve each non-compliance.
Loss Factors & Regional Boundaries
The impact of network losses on spot prices is mathematically represented as transmissions and distribution loss factors. Loss factors are calculated and fixed annually to facilitate efficient scheduling and settlement processes in the NEM.
The NEM comprises five interconnected electrical regions. There is a designated region reference node in each region where the regional spot price of electricity is set.
AEMO's reserve management role is part of maintaining the power system in a reliable operating state.