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The COAG Energy Council publishes a range of documents including meeting communiques, Council bulletins, consultation and discussion papers, legislative and regulatory documents and reports.
In August 2018, the Energy Security Board (ESB) published the Final Detailed Design of the National Energy Guarantee.
In August 2018, the Commonwealth Government released a final detailed design document on the elements of the National Energy Guarantee (Guarantee) that are t
The Better Practice Community Engagement Case Studies document has been produced by the COAG Energy Council’s Resources Policy & Engagement Working Group
The role of the COAG Energy Council Energy Appointments Selection Panel is to provide recommendations to the COAG Energy Council (the Council) on appointment
The COAG Energy Council has approved the legal and regulatory framework that will implement the capacity trading reform package.
The Energy Security Board released the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) for the National Energy Guarantee (the Guarantee) on 29 June 2018 and r
On 27 June 2018, answers to a set of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about onshore gas development in Australia were released.
The draft Detailed Design of the National Energy Guarantee (Guarantee) has been released by the independent Energy Security Board for public consultation.
The Commonwealth Government prepared a draft detailed design document on the design elements that are its responsibility.
At its meeting in November 2017, the COAG Energy Council agreed to progress the following recommendations from the 2013 Review of Enforcement Regimes und
National Energy Guarantee - Issues Papers
Ministers met to discuss their top priority – ensuring the security, reliability, affordability and sustainability of the electricity market whilst working t
Energy Security Board's (ESB) initial design
In September 2017, KPMG were engaged by the Energy Market Transformation Project Team (
On 24 November 2017 Energy Council Ministers formerly amended and endorsed the Terms of Reference for the Energy Security Board (ESB) including that it only