Battery storage to get new set of rules as regulators play catch-up to new technology

RENEWECONOMY | The Australian Energy Market Commission is seeking feedback on potential changes to the status of large-scale battery storage systems, and hybrid projects as the technologies begin to drive fundamental changes to the way electricity is bought and sold in the wholesale market.


The AEMC has released a consultation paper in response to a series of rule changes have been suggested by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), which has argued that battery storage and hybrid energy projects should be recognised as a distinct category of energy market participant in the national energy laws.


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