Demand management e-news

Keeping you connected

As part of our commitment to improving communications and keeping you connected, we email our quarterly e-newsletter out to stakeholders.  Our e-newsletter is intended to keep stakeholders informed about Demand Management and encourage knowledge sharing and positive debate.  It includes information on d
emand management projects and innovation trials, industry news, industry events, reporting and research, rules and policy changes and government reforms. 

For more information on our strategy, approach and associated processes for engaging with stakeholders, customers and demand management providers on the supply of demand side solutions for the Ausgrid network refer to our  Demand Side Engagement Document

You can register to keep connected via our Demand Side Engagement Register.  Click on the details below to download previous e-newsletters.



Demand Management - November 2016 e-newsletter

In this edition:

1.CBD Embedded Generation report

2.Household Solar Power and Battery Survey

3.Demand Management Online Forum Launch

4.Powering Sydney's Future Project Interim Report

5.AER industry developments:
- replacement expenditure planning arrangements   
  - DMIA / DMIS Workshop Outcomes 

Demand Management - September 2016 e-newsletter

In this edition: 

1. Hot water load control trials report

2. New threshold for micro EG applicants

3. Trial update -  new winter peak demand trial

4. Ausgrid's Framework & Approach 2019-24 Discussion Paper

5. Network Opportunity Mapping data update

6. AER industry developments

7. Next stage of the Smart Green Apartments program

Demand Management May 2016 e-newsletter

In this edition:

1. Ausgrid’s trial of a grid-connected battery system

2. New solar customer data available online

3. Network opportunity mapping data

4. Public comment on new Inverter Draft Standard (AS4777.1)

5. Amendments to NSW Energy Savings Scheme

6. Ausgrid CoolSaver air conditioner load control trial 2016 survey results


Demand Management September 2015 e-newsletter

In this edition:

1. 111 years since the lights were powered on

2. Reducing peak demand with air conditioners

3. NSW Network Connections Workshop - 15 September 2015

4. Demand Management Incentive Rule Change made

5. CSIRO Research Paper: Australian consumers' likely response to cost reflective electricity pricing

6. AEMO 2015 National Electricity Forecast

7. Embedded Generation

8. Latest edition of Demand Side Engagement Document Sept 2015





  
      
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