The 13 month outage information for all TNSPs can be accessed via the Network Outage Schedule published on AEMO’s website and via the MMS Data Model; both are updated automatically every 30 minutes.
This information has been provided to AEMO by the TNSPs as required under clause 11.30.2 of the National Electricity Rules.
Questions regarding specific outages should be directed to the relevant TNSP contact in the first instance:
Should you have any questions regarding constraint equations or Victorian limit equations please contact Ben Blake on 02 8884 5359 or Ben.Blake@aemo.com.au.
Please note the following method of accessing detailed information on constraint equations:
AEMO has developed a tool which allows users to view constraint equation IDs belonging to a constraint set ID, along with "Plain English" descriptions of constraint equations.
This tool is available to market participants via the MMS Web.
For details on getting access to the tool, please email the AEMO Information and Support Hub or call on 1300 236 600.
Please Note: As of 4 August 2014, SP Ausnet changed their trading name to Ausnet Services.
- Purpose – The Australian Energy Market Operator Limited (AEMO) prepares and publishes information about planned network outages for the sole purpose of complying with a requirement to publish an assessment of the projected impact of electricity network outages on intra-regional and inter-regional power transfer capabilities in accordance with clause 3.7A of the National Electricity Rules.
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