We’ve listened to your feedback and we’re working hard to streamline our processes! On 27 February 2020 AusNet Services is changing the way you apply for and register solar, batteries and other generation. These changes will also ensure we are aligned with AEMO’s new DER Register requirements.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is now managing a national register of distributed energy resources, known as the DER Register. From March 2020 AusNet Services must provide details to the register for all forms of small grid-connected generation and storage (up to 30MW where not a registered generator in the market).
The DER Register will give network businesses and AEMO visibility of where DER are connected to help in planning and operating the network as it transforms. Knowing the locations and specifications of all DER connected to the electricity grid is critical for sustaining a secure and reliable electricity supply for all Australians.
In order to capture the required information, we are:
We will then publish this information to the AEMO DER Register.
For any applications you submit from 27 February 2020 onwards:
As part of the transition to the new way of working…For any applications submitted prior to 27 February 2020 you will continue to complete the manual EG form as per current process, and provide the manual EG form, along with the EWR and CES forms, to the Retailer.
For more information:
Click here for Installer Factsheet: Changes to our Solar & Battery Connection Process