The Reliability Panel will be holding a public forum for the 2022 Review of the Frequency operating standard on Friday 27 May between 9.30am and 11.30am (AEST). The issues paper and terms of reference have been published and stakeholders are encouraged to provide input. 

The FOS defines the range of allowable frequency for the power system under different conditions, including normal operation as well as after events that occur that can impact the power system.  

The review will examine the appropriateness of the settings in light of the ongoing energy market transformation, as conventional synchronous generation is progressively replaced by inverter-based technologies such as wind, solar and batteries.  

The Panel published an issues paper on 28 April 2022 and now seeks stakeholder input via a public forum.  

The agenda will encompass:  

  • An overview of the scope and objectives for the 2022 FOS review, including the key issues for consideration. 
  • A presentation by the Australian Energy Council (AEC) on industry views with respect to the review of the FOS 
  • A presentation by AEMO on their proposed approach to the provision of technical advice to the Panel. 
  • Opportunities for stakeholder Q&A. 

Please register your interest by COB Tuesday 24 May 2022. 

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