This paper summarises the outcomes of a workshop facilitated by HoustonKemp in November 2017 on the appropriate framework for customers transitioning from being supplied from the interconnected grid to being supplied via a stand-alone power systems. The workshop was attended by representatives from the Energy Market Transformation Project Team, as well as the Australian Energy Market Commission and the Australian Energy Regulator.
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