EUAA Submission: AEMC CoGaTI Access and Directions Paper
Emily Wood | August 5, 2019
We welcome the opportunity to make a submission to the Coordination of Generation and Transmission and Investment (COGATI) – Access and Charging Directions Paper.
The EUAA are not opposed to new network assets being built to facilitate new generation, for interconnectors to be built that allow market participants greater access to the market and to provide the market operator with improved flexibility to manage the energy system. Our concerns revolve around the assumption that a vast majority of the costs associated with these new assets will be included in the Regulated Asset Base (RAB) of the network companies involved, meaning consumers would pay the entire cost.
Please download attached document to read full submission.