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In relation to a pass-through event that is an NT transition event for regulatory changes prescribed by regulation 10A, the operation of clause 6.6.1 of the National Electricity (NT). The rules are changed as follows: a) the reference in clause 6.6.1(c) to "within 90 business days after the relevant positive change event occurs" shall be read as a reference to "within 90 business days after the commencement of the 1st Regulatory Control Period";. g) the reference in clause 6.6.1(j)(7) to "regulatory control period in which the pass-through event occurred or will be included in the calculation of the distribution network service provider's annual revenue requirement for a subsequent regulatory control period" shall be taken as a reference to. h) all references in clause 6.6.1 to "required throughput amount" shall be construed as references to "the costs of providing distribution services or transmission services that are direct control network services (as opposed to the revenue impact) that, as a result of the adverse change event, the network service provider has stored, and will likely store, until the end of the 1st regulatory control period".

Modifications

A Inconsistency with National Measurement Act

If there is a conflict between the Rules and the National Metering Act, the National Metering Act will prevail insofar as the conflict exists.

B Instruments

For purposes of applying in this jurisdiction an instrument made under the Rules:. The application of this Chapter will be reviewed as part of the phased implementation of the Rules in this jurisdiction.

Principles

This rule has no effect in this jurisdiction (see Regulation 5A of the National Electricity (Northern Territory) (National Uniform Legislation) (Modification) Regulations). This Chapter has no effect in this jurisdiction (see Regulation 5A of the National Electricity (Northern Territory) (National Uniform Legislation) (Modification) Regulations).

A Obligations of Network Service Providers and Connection Applicants

This schedule has no effect in this jurisdiction (see regulation 5A of the National Electricity (Northern Territory) (Uniform National Legislation) (Amendment) Regulations. Clause 5A.A.3 has no effect in this jurisdiction (see regulation 5A of the National Electricity (Northern Territory) (Uniform National Legislation) (Amendment) Regulations.

Operation of Chapter 6 in this jurisdiction

Schedule 5A.1 has no effect in this jurisdiction before 1 July 2019 (see regulation 5A of the National Electricity (Northern Territory) (National Uniform Legislation) (Modification) Regulations.

A Interpretation

  • AA Cost pass through – deemed determinations (a) On and from 1 July 2019, an amount that
  • AB Cost pass through – NT events
  • A Distribution Ring-Fencing Guidelines deferred until 1 July 2019
  • B Application of Distribution Ring-Fencing Guidelines in this jurisdiction

Where the AER gives a notice to the distribution network service provider under paragraph (k3) or (k4), it must:. Notwithstanding clause 6.17.1, in this jurisdiction:. a) the following provisions of the Distribution Fencing Guidelines have no effect:.

A Application in this jurisdiction

This clause applies to the determination of the value of the regulatory asset base for a distribution system in this jurisdiction as of the beginning of the first period of regulatory control. The value of the regulatory asset base for the distribution systems referred to in paragraph (c) at the beginning of the first regulatory year of the first regulatory control period must be calculated by adjusting the previous value (previous value) of the regulatory asset base. for distribution systems as specified in paragraph (c) below:

Chapter 7A Metering

Part A Introduction

In a provision referred to in paragraph (a) reference is made to the. relevant Network Service Provider” should be considered as a reference to “Power and Water Corporation ABN. If there is a conflict between the substantive chapter 7A and the appendices to this chapter, the substantive chapter 7A will prevail insofar as the contradiction exists.

Part B Roles and Responsibilities

Access to type 4 metering devices. g) The metering coordinator at a connection point with a type 4 metering device must: For a connection point in connection with which a type 4, 4A, 5 or 6 metering device is installed or to be installed accordingly chapters: For a connection point in relation to which a type 1, 2 or 3 meter is installed or required to be installed in accordance with this chapter:.

Part C Appointment of Metering Coordinator

For a connection point in respect of which a type 4, 4A, 5, 6 or 7 metering installation is installed, or is required to be installed in terms of this Chapter:.

Part D Metering installation

For subsection (a)(1), operational difficulties arise if the metering facility is difficult or unsafe to access because:. A Registered Participant may request that the Metering Coordinator make arrangements for the testing of a metering installation and, if the request is reasonable, the Metering Coordinator:. If the Metering Coordinator has arranged testing of a metering installation in accordance with this clause and schedule 7A.2, the Metering Coordinator must:.

Part E Metering data

A metering data provider must maintain electronic data transfer facilities in order to provide metering data from the metering data service database in accordance with any jurisdictional obligations and clause 7A.8.4. A metering data provider must provide metering data and relevant NT NMI data to the persons referred to in clauses 7A.9.3(c)(1) to (5) as required by and in accordance with the regulations. 7A.8.6 Validation, substitution and calculation of measurement data Measurement systems other than type 7 measurement systems. a) A metering data supplier responsible for a metering facility, other than a type 7 metering facility, must ensure that metering data collected from the facility is validated in accordance with form 7A.3.

Part F Security of metering installations, energy data and metering data

7A.9.2 Security controls for energy data. a) The Meter Coordinator at a connection point must ensure that energy data held in the metering installation is protected against local access and remote access by suitable password and security controls. In respect of a type 4 meter installation:. a) the Meter Coordinator must ensure that access to energy data held in the metering installation is only given: For the purposes of clause 8.6.2(c), metering data from a metering installation at a retail customer's connection point is assumed to have been supplied by the retail customer.

Schedule 7A.1 Types and accuracy of metering installations

Unity 0.866 lagging 0.5 lagging Zero active active reactive active reactive reactive

Unity 0.866 lagging 0.5 lagging

A control metering installation involves the provision of a separate metering installation using separate current transformer cores and separately fused voltage transformer secondary circuits, preferably from separate secondary windings. Without limiting the scope of detailed design, the following requirements shall be incorporated into the design of each metering installation:. a) for metering installations greater than 1 000 GWh pa per connection point, the current transformer core and secondary wires attached to the meter(s) must not be used for other purposes. In addition to the design requirements specified in Section S7A.1.5.1, the following guidelines should be considered for each measurement installation:. a) provision of separate secondary windings for each metering installation where a voltage transformer is required.

Table S7A.1.2.6   Type  6  installation  –  Annual  Energy  Throughput  less  than  0.75 GWh
Table S7A.1.2.6 Type 6 installation – Annual Energy Throughput less than 0.75 GWh

Schedule 7A.2 Inspection and testing requirements

Class 0.5 Class 1.0 General

Unless the Measurement Coordinator has developed an approved asset management strategy that defines practices that meet the intent of this schedule, the maximum period between tests shall be in accordance with Table S7A.2.1.2.

Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 &

Type 2 Type 3 Type 4, 4A, 5

Unless the meter coordinator has developed an approved asset management strategy that defines practices that meet the intent of this schedule, the maximum period between tests shall be in accordance with Table S7A.2.1.2. a) Current transformer and voltage transformer tests are primary injection tests or other approved test procedures that may include secondary injection testing. The approval requirements of this provision will be considered as part of the gradual implementation of the regulations in this jurisdiction.

If the accuracy of the measurement installation does not meet the requirements of the Rules, the Measurement Coordinator must undertake the actions in accordance with clauses 7A.7.3 and 7A.7.4. If there is a discrepancy between the inventory table maintained in the metering data services database for a type 7 metering installation and the physical inventory, the physical inventory must be taken as prima facie evidence of the actual number of devices. If the calculated measurement data accuracy does not meet the requirements of clause S7A.3.3.2(g), the Measurement Coordinator must undertake the actions in accordance with clauses 7A.7.3 and 7A.7.4.

Part B

The particularities of this type of substitution may involve a globally applied method. e) The measurement data provider must provide a forward-looking estimate regarding The metering data provider must disclose the occurrences of these alarms to relevant registered participants. f) where supported by the meters, validation, for a given period, of interval meter data by comparing the total interval energy data values ​​(accumulation register reading) and the change in the meters' cumulative registers (energy tolerance). The meter data provider should minimize this value for each connection point based on historical data.

For sites that cannot be fully validated, the measurement provider must notify the measurement data provider and the measurement coordinator that the measurement device cannot be fully validated. After completion of the tests, the measurement provider must ensure that the following is carried out before the provider leaves the site:. If the Metering Provider identifies a Metering Device that does not comply with paragraph (a), the Metering Provider is expected to notify the Financially Responsible Participant, the Metering Coordinator, the relevant Jurisdictional Administrator and/or the relevant Network Service Provider (as applicable).

Part B Metering Data Provider

S7A.4.7 System architecture and administration S7A.4.7.1 System requirements. a) The Measurement Data Provider shall maintain and operate a database of measurement data services to facilitate: S7A.4.7.9 Delivery performance requirements for measurement data. a) The Metering Data Provider shall ensure that only metering data that has passed validation is delivered to other Metering Data Providers and Registered Participants. In the event of a system failure, the Metering Data Provider must ensure that its metered data services database is restored to operational service within 2 business days.

Indemnity to AER and AEMC

Each Registered Participant shall indemnify the AER and the AEMC against any claim, action, damage, loss, liability, expense or expense that the AER or the AEMC pays, suffers, incurs or is liable for in connection with any breach by the relevant Registered Participant or any officer, agent or employee of the Registered Participant of this rule 8.6.

Reporting requirements and monitoring standards for Registered Participants

The following data about a connection point:. a) The NMI of the connection point and the street address of the corresponding connection point to which that NMI is referred;. In relation to a positive change event for a Broadcast Network Service Provider:. a) the amount that AER determines should be passed on to the Transmission Network Users according to point 6A.7.3(d)(2); or. 103 Modified Chapter 10 (expires when NERL applies) Chapter 10, definition of energy laws. a) national legislation on electricity, as defined in the National Law on Electricity;

11A. NT Savings and Transitional Rules Part A Savings and transitional rules for Chapter 5

Part B Savings and transitional rules for Chapter 5A

NT Savings and transition rules Part A Savings and transition rules for chapter 5. 11A.2.2 Extended meaning of some terms In the transition period:. a) a basic connection service includes not only a connection service for which a standing model offer has been approved by the AER (see paragraph (c) of the definition in clause 5A.A.1), but also one for which the AER's approval of a model standing offer is not required;. 11A.2.3 Transitional operation of relevant provisions. a) During the transition period, the relevant provisions apply subject to the exceptions, qualifications and changes prescribed in this rule. A reference to any of the relevant provisions in a legislative or other instrument will, during the transition period, be construed as a reference to the provision as amended by this rule.

Part C Savings and transitional rules for Chapter 7A

Further modifications to operation of National Electricity Rules commencing on

1 December 2017

A Application

Otherwise, a person to whom electricity is sold by a retailer, and supplied in relation to connection points, for the person's premises, including any person (or any person belonging to a class of person) prescribed by these Rules for the purposes of this definition. The above definition has been supplemented in the context of chapter 5A with a definition specifically applicable to that chapter.

Further modifications to operation of National Electricity Rules commencing on 1 July 2019

Figure

Table S7A.1.2.1  Overall  Accuracy  Requirements  of  Metering  Installation  Components
Table S7A.1.2.2   Type  1  installation  –  Annual  Energy  Throughput  greater  than 1 000 GWh
Table S7A.1.2.3   Type  2  installation  –  Annual  Energy  Throughput  between  100 and 1 000 GWh
Table S7A.1.2.4   Type  3  installation  –  Annual  Energy  Throughput  from  0.75  GWh  to  less  than  100  GWh  and  Type  4A  installation  –  Annual Energy Throughput less than 0.75 GWh
+5

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