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Register as a Reallocator in the NEM

This page outlines the requirements for registering as a Reallocator in the National Electricity Market (NEM).

Anyone that wishes to participate in a reallocation transaction must register as a Reallocator. A Reallocator must be a “wholesale client” as defined in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).

A reallocation transaction is undertaken with the consent of two market participants and AEMO. AEMO credits one market participant with a positive trading amount for a trading interval, and debits a matching negative trading amount to the other market participant for the same trading interval. These may be specified dollar amounts, or calculated by reference to a specified quantity of energy and price. These amounts are typically underpinned by a contract between the credit and debit parties, but AEMO is not a party to that contract.

Registration documents

These are the documents needed for registration.

Supporting documents

Any document shown in this section is required in support of your application or to assist.

Retail client fact sheet

To participate in reallocation transactions, you must meet the eligibility for registration as a Reallocator, you must provide evidence that you are a ‘wholesale client’ (not a retail client) as defined in clause 761G(4) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). The following fact sheet is designed to help applicants assess what information they must provide.

Trustee deed

Where the Applicant is acting in a trustee capacity, they must complete and return the following Trustee Deed form. No changes can be made to the Trustee Deed other than the completion of details where highlighted.

When completing the form, a number of fields will update automatically when printed. To update the fields without printing, please press <Ctrl> + ‘P’ to simulate printing, then press <Esc> to return to the document without printing.

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