What is DEIP?
The Distributed Energy Integration Program (DEIP) is a collaboration of government agencies, market authorities, industry and consumer associations aimed at maximising the value of customers’ distributed energy resources (DER) for all energy users.
Led by a steering group, the forum is driven by the premise that exchanging information and collaborating on DER issues will more efficiently identify knowledge gaps and priorities, as well as accelerate reforms in the interest of customers.
DEIP Access and Pricing Work Package
The Distributed Energy Integration Program (DEIP) Access and Pricing Work Package examines how network regulations could evolve so that consumers get the best value from innovations in distributed energy.
The outcomes report summarises the views expressed throughout consultations held in 2019. It highlights areas of strong stakeholder alignment that governments, market bodies, regulators can consider when undertaking distributed energy access and pricing reforms.
Report: DEIP Access and Pricing Outcomes
This report summarises the views expressed in the Distributed Energy Integration Program (DEIP) Access and Pricing Work Package consultations.Read the report
Initiative: State of DER Technical Integration
We are developing a framework and maturity assessment to help industry stakeholders understand distributed energy resource (DER) projects.Read about the initiative
EV Grid Integration Working Group
The Electric Vehicle Grid Integration Working Group is considering how electric vehicles can best be integrated into Australia’s electricity system.Read about the group
DEIP is a collaboration of government agencies, market authorities, industry and consumer associations aimed at maximising the value of DER for all energy users.Read about DEIP
DEIP Forum materials
In November 2019, the CEOs and senior representatives of DEIP met to reflect on the first year of delivery and agree on the next priorities.View the materials
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