5MS Settlements Focus Group

5MS Settlements Focus Group

5MS Settlements Focus Group Monday 26th November Karstens 123 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE Agenda NO TIME AGENDA ITEM RESPONSIBLE Preliminary Matters 1

10:00am 10:10am Welcome, introduction and apologies Chris Muffett (AEMO) Matters for Noting and Discussion 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10:10am

10:20am 10:20am 10:35am 10:35am 10:55am 10:45am 11:05am 11:05am 12:05pm 12:05pm 12:45pm 12:45pm 1:10pm

1:10pm 2:10pm Overview of settlement implications of 5MS Chris Muffett (AEMO) Settlement Revisions: Update on approach Christine Kang (AEMO) Settlement Estimation: Update on approach Katalin Foran (AEMO)

Credit Limit Procedure: Update on approach Katalin Foran (AEMO) Reallocations Pedro Riveros Gutierrez (AEMO) LUNCH Transition to five-minute settlement Bhanu Rajan (AEMO) AEMO settlement interfaces Scott Maskiel (AEMO) General questions and next steps

Chris Muffett (AEMO) Other Business 9 2:10pm 2:30pm 2 Overview of settlement implications of 5MS Chris Muffett Current settlement arrangements The NEM dispatch process determines an energy price every 5 minutes, however the energy market is only settled on the

basis of 30-minute energy volumes To accommodate the different timeframes, the spot price in the NEM is the average of 6 dispatch prices This gives rise to the 5/30 minute problem The AEMC considered that this is resulting in negative consequences for the wholesale market (which ultimately impacts consumers) Five-minute settlement The AEMC has determined that from 1 July 2021, the NEM will be directly settled using 5-minute prices (i.e. the current 5minute dispatch price will become the trading or spot price) To support this, metering will progressively change to 5minute: All type 1-3, type 7, and some type 4 connection points must be 5minute prior to go-live New meters installed after 1 December 2018 must be 5-minute capable Bids/offers are also changing:

Scheduled participants must submit bids/offers with 5-minute granularity Impact to participants Prior to July 2021 Generators / SGAs Submit five minute granularity offers into the NEM Submit five minute granularity bids into the NEM Retailers

Consider developing new products and services using 5 minute data to value dynamic generation / demand response for small and large consumers Networks Calculate charges for distribution services from either metering data or settlements ready data for type 4 meters Calculate type 7 unmetered loads on a 5 minute basis. Large customers

Review/update procedures Review/update contracts Review/upgrade IT systems From July 20201 Metering coordinator s By 1 December 2022 at the latest, ensure that all new and replacement metering installations record and provide 5

minute data Upgrade types 1, 2 and 3 metering installations, and some type 4, to be capable of recording and providing five minute data. Ensure that new and replacement metering installations are capable of recording and providing 5 minute data Review/upgrade IT systems Review/upgrade IT systems

By 1 July 2021, ensure that type 1, 2 and 3 and some type 4 metering installations record and provide five minute data. By 1 July 2021, ensure that type 7 unmetered loads are calculated on a five minute basis. By 1 December 2022 at the latest, ensure that all new and replacement metering installations record and provide 5 minute data Metering data providers

Information Exchange Committee Consult and recommend to AEMO any changes to the B2B procedures AEMOs 5MS Program To facilitate implementation and support the industry, AEMO has established a Five-Minute Settlement (5MS) program The key activities within the program are: Procedures workstream implement changes to AEMO procedures and supporting documentation required to give effect to the new rules Systems workstream build and test changes to AEMO market systems

Readiness workstream coordinate activities necessary to transition to the new procedures and systems, particularly around industry testing and cutover Stakeholder engagement communicate and collaborate with industry participants and other interested parties on the changes Procedure workstream Approximately 70 procedures and supporting documents have been identified as directly impacted by 5MS, across the following areas: Metering Settlements (including Prudentials) Dispatch

Operations Metering Metering data Metrology, MSATS procedures & service levels Miscellaneous Settlements SRA

Estimation Reallocations Prudentials Miscellaneous Dispatch Bids/Offers Spot market Pricing Specifications Miscellaneous

Operations No packages progressive release Systems workstream 5MS has a significant IT impact on AEMOs NEM market systems and participant systems, in particular: Meter data management Settlement Dispatch Metering Settlements Dispatch / Pricing Operations

MSATS Meter Data Energy Profiling Energy Allocation OPDMS MLF determination EMMS Settlement Billing Estimation/ Prudential Management Reallocations EMMS 5 min Bids/Offers

Registration default offers Market Suspension Administered Pricing DS/PD/ST PASA MIAMI/SOMMS Negative Residue Management EDM (Data Lake)

NEO Reports EMMS Data Model Stakeholder engagement AEMO is engaging with stakeholders regularly at multiple levels to ensure: Awareness and escalation of issues/risks Coordination of AEMO and industry programs Consultation on changes to procedures Input on process and system options Global settlement AEMO lodged a rule change with the AEMC, proposing that

global settlement be implemented to replace settlement-bydifference in the NEM: https://www.aemc.gov.au/rule-changes/global-settlement-and-market-reconciliation If the rule is made, the change will be accommodated in the 5MS program. It primarily involves: The local retailer role no longer being required i.e. all retailers have the same settlement arrangements AEMO requiring meter data for all connection points AEMO calculating unaccounted for energy (UFE) which is recovered from retailers operating in each area The AEMC has made a draft determination to implement global settlement, and a final determination is expected on 6 December 2018 Settlement impact of 5MS/GS SRA changes the basis of inter-regional settlement residue calculation

Settlement estimation used to support prudentials Reallocations in particular, reallocations that are based on spot price Prudentials Credit Limit Procedures for determining prudential settings for participants Other supporting information and user guides Settlement/billing/prudential systems, and participant interfaces Settlement Revision Christine Kang NEM Settlements Revisions Policy The policy outlines detailed procedures around how AEMO prepares and issues routine and special revised statements under the National Electricity Rules (NER) 3.15.19. Published policy link:

https://www.aemo.com.au/-/media/Files/Electricity/NEM/Settlem ents_and_Payments/Settlements/2017/NEM-Settlement-Revision s-Policyv11.pdf 14 Changes due to 5MS Content changes due to the 5MS to include: Insert a new chapter 5MS transition to clearly outline that any routine and special revised statements for billing weeks and trading days until 1 July 2021 will be based on 30-minutes. Clarify that any 30-minute to five-minute price change will not entitle market participants a dispute or a special revised statements 15 Other changes

Other changes to include: Current content transfer to the new AEMO external procedure template Amend the policy to clearly reflect the NER and streamline to remove any unnecessary content Amend the chapter 5.2 Principles to clearly note the NER requirement for the policy Delete NEM calendar as the figure provides old information and the source calendar link has been corrected and provided 16 Changes due to GS Insert a new chapter GS transition to clearly outline that any routine and special revised statements for billing weeks and trading days until 1 July 2021 will be based on settlement by differencing. Also, to clarify that any settlement statement amount change arising from settlement by differencing to GS

framework will not entitle market participants a dispute or a special revised statement Reviews of unaccounted for energy (UFE) volumes, as envisaged under the draft rule, may result in settlement revisions. As these would need to be handled in the same way as revisions resulting from other input changes, specific amendments to address UFE should not be necessary. AEMO will re-evaluate the guide after the final determination 17 Proposed consultation approach NEM Settlements Revisions Policy Comments Indicative date

Focus group Monday, 26 November AEMO publish first stage notice, draft policy and draft consultation paper Friday, 14 December 2018 PWG first stage notice submissions due Extended initial submission to compensate holiday

period Friday, 22 February 2019 AEMO publish second stage notice, updated draft policy, draft report and non-confidential submissions Friday, 22 March 2019 PWG second stage notice submissions due Friday, 5 April 2019 18

Settlement Estimation Katalin Foran The two areas of settlement estimation 1. Settlement estimation for when normal processing is not available only undertaken under the sustained failure of AEMO systems has never been invoked 2. Settlement estimation for prudential purposes estimations required to calculate outstandings estimation is undertaken daily 1. Settlement estimation system failure This part of the policy will be updated to reference other defined

procedures that document the protocol in the event of system or communications failure. Update outline: If incidents are less than two weeks: Data in the preliminary statements are used as the basis of final statements Failures of more than two weeks derive estimates from: Historical metering for Market Customers Dispatch results for Market Generators as stored in a server separate to the Electricity Market Management System (EMMS) There are no changes related to GS or 5MS. 2. Settlement estimation for prudentials Average 30-day outstandings period Typically 2 days estimated using the scaled like-day energy method. Rest made up of interim meter data and preliminary and final settlements data.

Scaled like-day energy estimation Accuracy - approximately 95% of the total like-day energy estimates were accurate to +/- 25%. Implementing 5MS - methodology to remain unchanged but calculations performed at a five-minute level. Will review methodology for accuracy once 5MS is in place. Effect of Global Settlements Where initial metering data and/or preliminary and final settlement data is available, the UFE component will be included. For the scaled like-day estimate component (i.e. 2 days out of 30) the UFE component will be zero. Consultation process/timelines Deliverable Consultation Paper published Submissions due on Consultation Paper

Draft Report published Submissions due on Draft Report Final Report published Indicative date 26 November 2018 21 January 2019 19 February 2019 5 March 2019 4 April 2019 Credit Limit Procedure Katalin Foran Credit Limit Procedures (CLP) initial approach CLP the methodology by which AEMO determines the prudential settings for each Market Participant - i.e. the Maximum Credit Limit (MCL).

Initial thinking (articulated at PWG September 13) Update all refences in the CLP referring to half hourly load, price and reallocations to reference five minute load, price and reallocations. Methodology (and formulas) for calculation of market participant prudential settings remain unchanged, with only the level of data granularity changing. We were aiming start CLP consultation in late November/early December, with the Reallocation Procedures consultation starting early 2019. CLP & Reallocations Reallocations and the time period they apply for are expressly discussed in the CLP. We need to consult on how reallocations will work in light of 5MS before we can update the CLP. New approach and order of consultation: First will consult on, an agree on reallocation procedures (to be discussed after this).

Will update CLP accordingly to what was agreed on re reallocations. Still expect methodology to remain unchanged and with all other calculations to be conducted at 5 minute granularity. Reallocations Pedro Riveros Gutierrez Initial assumptions on 5MS and reallocations Will have 5 minute reallocations from July 2021 (NER clause 3.15.11 refers to reallocation transaction happening at TI level). In AEMO system, will still have to deal with 30 minute reallocations beyond July 2021 (i.e. due to ex-ante reallocations and revisions). Beyond July 2021, any 30-minute reallocations will be evaluated at a 5minute level. Types of reallocations to remain as current.

Calculations and methodology will remain unchanged. Issues for discussion What transition period issues could arise for reallocations? What issues should participants consider in relation to their reallocation contracts? How long before July 2021 would participants want to enter in 5 minute reallocations? Should we keep ability for participants to enter in 30 minute reallocations past July 2021, to allow for reversing reallocations? For how long ? Should other types of reallocations be considered? Previously suggested - energy reallocations based either a DUID or a NMI Interface and data Current reallocation web interface - what works now/what doesnt? Consider all aspects - registering, authorising, cancelling and reversing

reallocations. What should change on the current interface for 5MS or other functionality? Entering reallocations Same interface for 5 minute as for 30 minute? Is manual entry even an option for 5 minutes reallocations? What about file upload/data transfer what are choices/preferences? Reallocation Procedures consultation This is the first step in the consultation process. Will bring refined understanding of changes to the reallocation procedures to PWG in early 2019. Aim for consultation to be finalised by end of Q1 2019. CLP consultation will follow. Transition to five-minute settlement

Bhanu Rajan Transition Overview (IT) From 1 July 2021 at 00:00 am, AEMOs Settlements system will start performing processes based on 5-min energy data volumes. First Settlement Run with 5-min energy data volumes is scheduled to run on 2 July 2021 (wholesale settlement systems processes always run for previous day). AEMOs systems handling Settlements, Billing, Invoicing and Prudentials functions will go-live with the 5MS changes sometime prior to the go-live date of 1 July 2021, the exact date is TBC. This means there is a period where AEMO will support both 30-min and 5-min energy data volumes: Settlement Runs for Settlement Days from 1 July 2021 will be settled at 5-min resolution. Settlement Runs for Settlement Days prior to 1 July 2021 will be settled at 30-min resolution. This allows for a smoother transition from 30-min to 5-min on 1 July 2021. 33

Settlements Transition (IT) A few key areas to highlight: Billing: 1 July 2021 is mid billing week. AEMOs Current Position: design being developed will handle both 30min and 5-min energy volumes processed across different settlement runs within the billing week of 27 June 2021 to 3 July 2021 (transitional week). Settlement Estimates: Dependant on Procedure Consultation. AEMOs Current Position: all estimate runs from 1 July 2021 onwards will produce 5-min based estimates rather than 30-min. 34 Settlements Transition Schedule Nov 2020 Pre-prod

Release Prior to July 2021 Prod Release Jul 2021 Market Go Live Retire MDMF November 2020 Pre-prod Release Prior to July 2021 (Exact Date TBC) Production Release

27 June 2021 - 3 July 2021 Billing week with a mix of 30-min and 5-min energy volumes Settlements processes only use 5-min energy volumes from 1 July 2021 1 July 2021 From 1 July 2021, provision of an optional 30-min settlement feed for DI Reports (based on a transitional arrangement) 35 AEMO settlement interfaces Scott Maskiel Data interchange A key design principle for 5MS DI changes is to ease transition and mitigate impact to industry.

AEMO is proposing that 5-minute settlement DI reports will use the same table names and structures as existing 30-minute feeds, with the definition of PeriodId changing from a 30-minute period (1 to 48) to a 5-minute period (1 to 288). DI data for settlement runs prior to July 2021 (e.g. Revisions) will retain a 30minute PeriodId. The granularity for any given settlement run could be determined through an Interval Length column in one of the settlements DI tables. Data interchange (continued) AEMO is considering the provision of a 30-minute settlement feed in the current DI format to ease participant transition into 5-minute settlement data. Payment/recovery data would be a simple aggregation of 5 to 30 minute granularity. Other reconciliation data would not be consistent with settlement outcomes, e.g. energy components in recovery tables. The 30-minute feed would be considered a transitional arrangement only, and would not receive updates for future settlement changes how much value would this provide to the industry?

APIs HTTP-based API services through the AEMO e-Hub are one way in which AEMO is reducing friction and complexity in accessing our systems. The proposed approach for 5MS is to always provide an accompanying API where a significant change to a web application occurs in the EMMS Markets Portal. Other APIs will be considered on a case-bycase basis for functions that are considered high-value to the industry. Settlement Web applications likely to be affected by the 5MS rule change are: Reallocations Prudential Dashboard Other settlement related web applications / APIs under active consideration are: Settlements Direct NMAS Offers Publication of UFE The final determination on Global Settlements has not yet been published by the AEMC accordingly some assumptions have been made that are subject to change. Publication of UFE data is likely to occur prior to Global Settlement becoming active in the NEM

weekly settlement cycle. UFE (Unaccounted for Energy) will be calculated on a profile area basis as part of AEMOs energy allocation function, and subsequently published in-line with other settlement DI reports. Settlement DI data feeds for UFE would include: A non-confidential report for total UFE in all profile areas, for each interval in the settlement run. A non-confidential report for profile area to TNI mappings, for each day in the settlement run. A confidential report for UFE allocated to each TNI for a FRMP, and the dollar value of the UFE allocation, for each interval in the settlement run. For settlement days prior to the go-live of Global Settlements, the dollar value will be zero. All of the above would also be included in the legacy 30-minute settlement DI feed, should industry agree to the benefit of the transitional DI arrangements for 5MS. Other issues: Publication of UFE/GS on the SR, or other text-based reports Publication of UFE/GS on the Tax Invoice, RCTI, Adjustment Note, etc General questions and next steps

Chris Muffett General questions parking lot Profiling Next steps: AEMO will distribute workshop outcomes as an updated slide pack Debrief to PWG and SWG Potential for further focus group workshops: Discuss specific outcomes of GS Final Rule, including UFE calculation and publication Are there particular areas that participants want to discuss in more detail?

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