The Australian Energy Market Commission asked HoustonKemp to assess one of the proposals in a rule change request from ERM Power regarding improving transparency and extending the duration of the medium-term projected assessment of system adequacy (MT PASA).
We explained the conditions required for collusion, how the public provision of information can affect the risk that collusion may occur and identified potential benefits of the proposed MT PASA rule change.
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