AEMO to commence RERT (i.e. Reserve Trader) negotiations in QLD for Tuesday 1st February 2022


Hit the publish button too soon this evening on this second article for the day, and first article looking specifically ahead to tomorrow (Tuesday 1st February 2022) with forecast LOR3 (i.e. controlled ‘load shedding’) conditions in the QLD region at the end of what looks set to be a very hot and sticky day.

At 20:47 (NEM time) the AEMO has published Market Notice 94321 announcing their intention to commence RERT (i.e. Reserve Trader) negotiations with energy users or others who might provide that little bit of extra support to enable the AEMO to avoid having to trigger (some less discriminating) load shedding:

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MARKET NOTICE
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From :              AEMO
To   :              NEMITWEB1
Creation Date :     31/01/2022     20:47:01

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Notice ID               :         94321
Notice Type ID          :         MARKET INTERVENTION
Notice Type Description :         Reserve Contract / Direction / Instruction
Issue Date              :         31/01/2022
External Reference      :         INTENTION TO COMMENCE RERT CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS

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Reason :

AEMO ELECTRICITY MARKET NOTICE.
Reliability and Emergency Reserve Trader (RERT) Intention to negotiate for additional reserve – QLD1 Region- 31/01/2022

Refer to AEMO Electricity Market Notice no. 94315.
AEMO intends to commence negotiations with RERT Panel members for the provision of additional reserve by issuing requests for tender for the following period of time;
16:00 to 22:00 hrs 01/02/2022
If reserve is required, the period of activation or dispatch will be within this period but may not be for the entire period.
AEMO will issue a further advice if reserve is contracted.

Manager NEM Real Time Operations

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END OF REPORT
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Hold onto your hats…

About the Author

Paul McArdle
One of three founders of Global-Roam back in 2000, Paul has been CEO of the company since that time. As an author on WattClarity, Paul's focus has been to help make the electricity market more understandable.

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