Planning

Please find all our Planning related information below.

Planning Studies

AEMO’s Planning Studies consultation was published on 30 January 2014. AEMO seeks formal stakeholder feedback by 15 March 2014.


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Forecasting

Documents relating to the national electricity forecasting report and other forecasting-related material.


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Electricity Statement of Opportunities

AEMO has published its 2014 Electricity Statement of Opportunities (ESOO). The ESOO provides a broad analysis of opportunities for generation and demand-side investment in the National Electricity Market.


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Independent Planning Review – NSW & Tasmanian Network


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National Transmission Network Development Plan 2013


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Regulatory Investment Tests for Transmission (RIT-Ts)

AEMO’s Planning department conducts RIT-Ts on potential transmission projects. The consultation documents for these are available on the website for the duration of the study.


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Integrating Renewable Energy


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South Australian Advisory Functions

The South Australian Advisory reports are independent reports prepared by Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and published for the South Australian Jurisdiction in accordance with Section 50B of the National Electricity Law. These reports will cover a number of topics including planning requirements for new generation, information about generation and demand, analyses of historical electricity generation, wind generation and investment trends.


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Value of Customer Reliability review

AEMO is undertaking a review of the value of customer reliability (VCR) to improve the understanding of the level of reliability that customers expect by being able to produce VCR values at a greater degree of granularity for different customer categories and business sectors across the National Electricity Market (NEM).


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2014 Victorian Annual Planning Report

The Victorian Annual Planning Report (VAPR) supports Victorian energy market investor decision making by providing transmission network planning information for the electricity Declared Shared Network (electricity DSN) and gas Declared Transmission System (gas DTS) over a three to ten-year outlook period.  


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Related Information


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Archive of previous Planning reports


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