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Russell Johnston Consultation paper — Priority 2 On 1 March , the AEMC published a consultation paper to invite initial stakeholder submissions on priority 2 of the review. These systems are currently regulated in some jurisdictions by jurisdictional frameworks, and the jurisdictions will decide whether to transition current systems to the new arrangements. The AEMC received 20 stakeholder submissions to the consultation paper which can be found below.
Related work The Commission is concurrently working on updates to the regulatory framework for embedded networks , and the two workstreams will consider a number of related issues, particularly with regards to consumer protections. In general, SAPS are currently not captured under the national electricity frameworks.
SAPS are subject to jurisdictional legislative frameworks that vary in their comprehensiveness. Lecture 9: Voltage Instability.
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