In recent correspondence with Consumers SA, the Assistant Minister to the Treasurer, Chris Picton, gave cautious support to efforts by community organisations to aggregate small electricity generation for sale to the wholesale market.  While highlighting the considerable costs and difficulties involved in aggregating and selling electricity, the Assistant Minister pointed out that the National Electricity Rules provide a pathway for entry into the market by community groups.  

Download and read Assistant Minister Picton’s May 2017 letter by clicking here.

AuthorRay Dennis