Metering Exemption Guideline
In this section
In this section
- Enhancements to RERT rule change - Update to Procedures
- NEM Customer Switching Consultation
- Five-Minute Settlement – Metering Procedure Changes (Package 2)
- Procedures For Directions And Instructions Consultation
- Spot Market Operations Timetable
- Dispatch Procedures (Spot Market, Non-Rules Consultation Package)
- Metering ICF Package Consultation
- Five-Minute Settlement – Metering Procedure Changes (Package 3)
- Settlements Guide to Ancillary Services Payment and Recovery Consultation
- Reliability Forecasting Methodology Consultation
- Manual Load Shedding Standard
- Five Minute Settlement - Procedure for the Dispatch and Activation of Reserve Contracts
- 2019 Planning and Forecasting Consultation
- Five Minute Settlement - Credit Limit Procedures
- Book Build Procedure Consultation
- Consultation On Proposed Amendments To The Guidelines For Preparing Local Black System Procedures (LBSP)
- Q3 2019 B2B Procedures consultation
- Five Minute Settlement - Auction Participation Agreement
- Five Minute Settlement – Reallocation procedures
- Dispatch – Pricing and miscellaneous procedures (non-rules consultation)
The Exemption Guideline sets out the process by which a Current MC may apply for an exemption from the requirement in clause 7.8.3(a) of the NER to ensure that any new or replacement metering installation at the connection point of a small customer is a type 4 metering installation that meets the minimum services specification, permitting the Current MC to install a type 4A metering installation.
AEMO has amended this guideline to increase the number of days in which an application for an exemption can be submitted.
The purposes for this extension of days are to :
- allow the MC a reasonable period of time to attempt a range of methods to establish communications following the installation of a metering installation and;
- to allow for error correction in the event a metering installation is registered incorrectly.
AEMO welcomes any comments on these changes within this guideline.
Please provide comments to email@example.com by COB Friday 5 July 2019.
AEMO will review and consider comments and then publish a final version on Friday 12 July 2019.
- Exemption Guideline (404 KB, pdf)