National Electricity Rules (Northern Territory) Version 29

National Electricity Rules (Northern Territory) Version 29

 

The National Electricity Rules govern the operation of the National Electricity Market. The Rules have the force of law, and are made under the National Electricity Law.

Copies of the National Electricity Rules are available for inspection at the AEMC’s office in Sydney. The National Electricity Law can be found at the South Australian Legislation website.

Available below is a copy of the National Electricity Rules as in force in the Northern Territory (NT NER).

The NT NER is version 115 of the National Electricity Rules as amended by:

•    National Electricity (Northern Territory) (National Uniform Legislation) (Modification) Regulations 2016.

Version 115 of the National Electricity Rules incorporates:

•    Schedule 3 of the National Electricity Amendment (Participant compensation following market suspension) Rule 2018 No. 13

Published by

Peter. A Butler

As a highly regarded senior compliance manager in the NT. I’ve achieved my goals and met expectations with separating compliance from operations to legal within a Government-owned corporation; which was highly commended by the utility commission. I pride myself on stakeholder liaison within the commission and Government circles on portraying company policies and regulation within the NT. I’ve completed my four-year contract with T-Gen and now wish to focus and utilise my skills at a senior level within the regulatory arena of power generation, ether Government-owned or private sector. I've started NT Power Generation Regulatory Compliance, to offer my services to generation, poles and wire, retail, system control, gas and new entry renewable energy companies entering the NT market. My services will also be offered to Government departments and the UC in way of 42 years of experience in utilities. I'm looking forward to the future as the regulations change across Australia but especially the NT and being able to assist the transition of changes to be made.

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