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Isolation Issues: Discussion Paper

The AEMC’s 2015 Competition in Metering reforms transferred the responsibility for metering for Small Customers from the Distribution Networks to Retailers. Changes to metering arrangements will be driven by the customer for ‘New Connections’ and ‘Adds and alts’, the retailer for retailer led new deployments and by the Network businesses in the case of meter malfunctions and family failures. ...

Remote Services Code

From 1 December 2017, consumers have had the Power of Choice of a broader range of technologies, products and services that meet their specific energy needs. This Power of Choice is all about opportunities for consumers to make informed choices about how they use energy; and to provide incentives for efficient investment, so future community ...

Terms of Reference

Competitive Metering Industry Group Terms of Reference.

Draft Code of Practice

Code for safe installation of type 4 whole current electricity metering in the National Electricity Market.


The Competitive Metering Industry Group works together to promote the development of an efficient and effective, nationally consistent competitive metering market in the National Energy Market.