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November 08, 2016 - 11:50 AM
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has today published its 2015–16 Annual Report.
The report details AEMO’s work in the 2015–16 financial year, including its new role in Western Australia, and information on key areas of focus, including forecasting and planning, settlements and prudentials, security and reliability, markets, stakeholders, and its people.
AEMO Chair Dr Tony Marxsen said that Australia’s changing energy landscape has now become a regular subject of discussion in national media, as well as continuing to be a focus throughout industry and government jurisdictions, as the power generation mix continues to shift towards a higher percentage of renewable, lower emission sources.
“AEMO has a vital responsibility to provide independent, reliable guidance to participants, governments and all stakeholders on how Australia can make this transition while safeguarding the reliability and security of energy supply to all Australian consumers,” he said.
Acting CEO Ms Karen Olesnicky said that AEMO is in the business of looking forward, and we know the coming 12 months and the years ahead will continue to be both challenging and exciting.
“We welcome both the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead and look forward to working with stakeholders in pursuit of immediate and long-term workable, effective and efficient solutions for all,” she said.
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