Register as a Small Generation Aggregator (SGA) in the NEM
This page outlines the requirements for registering as a Small Generation Aggregator (SGA) in the National Electricity Market (NEM).
An SGA can supply electricity aggregated from one or more small generating units, which are connected to a distribution or transmission network. A small generating unit is owned, controlled and/or operated by a person who AEMO has exempted from the requirement to register as a Generator. The only SGA registration category is a market small generation aggregator.
An SGA can deliver market ancillary services in accordance with the National Electricity Rules and AEMO’s market ancillary services specifications, by applying for approval to classify a connection point for their small generating unit as an ancillary service load (ASL).
This page also provides information for participants, who are already registered as an SGA, classifying connections points for small generating units ASL.
Note: A person registered SGA can apply for approval to classify a connection point for their small generating unit as an ASL. Once your first application to classify non-scheduled ASL has been approved, to amend or classify new ASL, you will be required to manage your applications through the Portfolio Management System.
Ancillary Service Load Classification Documents
These documents are needed to classify your first non-scheduled ASL:
FCAS – Application to classify a generating unit as an ancillary service generating unit and/or a load as an ancillary service load in the NEM527.89 KB
Guide for application to classify a generating unit as an ancillary service generating unit and/or load as an ancillary service load in the NEM437.32 KB
SGA Applicant Capability Declaration133.04 KB
Information Form - NEM - Control Equipment Details364.44 KB
These documents are needed when you already have a classified ASL and you want to amend or classify new non-scheduled ASL using the Portfolio Management System.
The following must be submitted to AEMO, using the Portfolio Management System.
Any document shown in this section is required in support of your application or to assist.
Recipient-created tax invoices (RCTI)
Participants may need to provide credit support to AEMO. All Financial guarantees must be in the prescribed format. AEMO advises applicants to contact email@example.com to discuss requirements prior to completing the AEMO Guarantee Pro Forma. You must submit an original signed AEMO Guarantee Pro Forma with your registration application.
The Credit support management guide contains information on AEMO's credit support processes and participant obligations.
Where the Applicant is acting in a trustee capacity, they must complete and return the following Trustee Deed form. No changes can be made to the Trustee Deed other than the completion of details where highlighted.
When completing the form, a number of fields will update automatically when printed. To update the fields without printing, please press <Ctrl> + ‘P’ to simulate printing, then press <Esc> to return to the document without printing.