Register as a Small Generation Aggregator (SGA) in the NEM

This page provides an overview of the processes and tasks required to register 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.

Registration documents

These are the documents needed for registration.

Email your completed application, including all attachments, to

Email your completed application, including all attachments, to

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, application documents sent by post will face processing delays.

Fees and charges

Participants must pay a fee to register; these are outlined on the NEM Fees and charges page.

Supporting documents

Any document shown in this section is required in support of your application or to assist.

Recipient-created tax invoices (RCTI)

Applicants must complete two original signed copies of the agreement so that recipient-created tax invoices can be issued.

Credit support

Credit support will be required if you do not meet the acceptable credit criteria detailed in clause 3.3.3 of the National Electricity Rules (NER). 

AEMO advises applicants to contact to discuss requirements prior to completing the AEMO Guarantee Pro Forma. You must submit an original signed copy of the pro forma with your registration application.

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