The Alternative Technology Association (ATA) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Australian Energy Regulator’s Review of Smart Meter Remote Service Charges under the Victorian Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) program.
This submission has been formally endorsed by the f
Given the development of policy and projects at both the small scale (sub 5kW – 10kW) and large scale (>5MW), the ATA sees a niche opportunity for the development of renewable energy projects in the currently undefined ‘medium scale’ space.
We welcome the opportunity to respond to the Department’s discussion paper on the treatment of voluntary renewable energy purchases under NGERS.
ATA supports the view that the current accounting arrangements with respect to GreenPower and voluntarily purchased renewable energy are
Environment Victoria welcomes the opportunity to comment on the National Building Energy Standard‐Setting, Assessment and Rating Framework. This submission is also supported by the Alternative Technology Association and Friends of the Earth.
MEFL and ATA strongly support the proposed changes to the Renewable Energy Target (RET) scheme and thus the timely passage of the Bills. As proposed, the passing of legislation and adoption of the changes will see a re-invigoration of the large-scale renewable energy industry as well
Moreland Energy Foundation Limited (MEFL) and the Alternative Technology Association (ATA) welcome the opportunity to provide comment on the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency’s Enhancing the Renewable Energy Target Discussion Paper, March 2010.
As outlined in our p
In a period when many Australian governments are focused on large scale water supply and augmentation solutions, ATA is pleased to see the efforts being put towards water efficiency by the Commonwealth, as evidenced by this review of the WELS Scheme. An effective rating program is ne
The Alternative Technology Association (ATA) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Essential Services Commission’s Regulatory Review of Smart Meters.
With over 600 Victorian members operating microgeneration, ATA is well placed to provide feedback on the experience of
The Alternative Technology Association (ATA) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to AEMO’s Consultation on ‘Minimising Barriers to Cost Effective Small Generator Participation in the National Electricity Market’ (NEM).
ATA has over 1,500 members operating small generation units