Demand Side Participation Information Guidelines
In this section
In this section
- Interactive maps and dashboards
- NEM Electricity Demand Forecasts
- Forecasting Accuracy Reporting
- NEM Electricity Statement of Opportunities
- Scenarios, Inputs, Assumptions And Methodologies For Planning And Forecasting
- Integrated System Plan
- National Transmission Network Development Plan
- Victorian transmission network service provider role
- Independent regional planning reports
- Load forecasting in pre-dispatch and STPASA
- Solar and wind energy forecasting
- Transmission Connection Point Forecasting
- Generation information page
- South Australian Advisory Functions
- Energy Adequacy Assessment Projection (EAAP)
- Value of Customer Reliability
- Demand Side Participation Information Guidelines
- Power System Frequency Risk Review
- Planning and network regulation
AEMO has developed a data portal for participants to submit their Demand Side Participation (DSP) information in accordance with the Demand Side Participation Information Guidelines (Guidelines).
Participants will require secure access to the data portal to submit data and a user account for authentication. These user accounts can be created within each business by the Participant Administrator (PA).
2019 DSP Submission Information
To help participants with their DSP submission, AEMO has published a guide for the Demand Side Participation Information Portal (1.7 MB, pdf).
For participants wanting to use the CSV file submission method, CSV template files and guide are provided below:AEMO Support hub.
2019 DSP Submission Key Dates
31 March 2019 DSP information submissions open. 30 April 2019 DSP information submissions close. August 2019 AEMO to publish DSP information
The DSP data portal sits on MarketNet - AEMO’s private data network connection. For further details about the options available to connect to MarketNet, refer to AEMO’s Guide to Information Systems.
As required by clause 3.7D of the National Electricity Rules (NER), AEMO consulted on the development of Demand Side Participation Information Guidelines (Guidelines) in accordance with the Rules consultation process in rule 8.9.
The Guidelines specify the information that Registered Participants must submit to AEMO for AEMO’s use when developing or using electricity load forecasts, with the objective of giving AEMO better quality information to further develop and improve its current load forecasting.
These Guidelines are effective as of 19 July 2017. Each year, beginning March 2018, Registered Participants must provide data that was current as at 31 March of that year, by 5.00pm 30 April.