Unaccounted for Energy (UFE) Information and Reports
AEMO publishes the Unaccounted for Energy (UFE) Trends Report, under clause 3.15.5B of the National Electricity Rules, to provide information and analysis of unaccounted for energy (UFE) in each local area to facilitate efficient decreases in UFE over time.
UFE Reporting Guidelines
The UFE reporting guidelines, made under NER 3.15.5B, set out AEMO’s approach to preparing and publishing UFE Trends Reports.
UFE Trends Reports
The UFE Trends Report provides information about UFE in each local area for a 24 month period. The content of the report addresses the requirements under NEM 3.15.5B for AEMO to:
- Report on the total UFE for each local area,
- Identify sources of UFE in each local area,
- Determine UFE benchmarks upon which future reports would be based, and
- Recommend actions to reduce UFE for each local area.
Total UFE for each local area is calculated in accordance with formulations prescribed in NER 3.15.5
UFE Fact Sheet
The UFE Fact Sheet provides a high level overview of how UFE is calculated and can be used as a reference on how to allocate UFE to a market load.