The expansion of Consumer Data Right (CDR) in Energy Sector has been progressing well with several standards consultations conducted to help define the necessary data payloads along with the end points to access them. We are nearing the stage of being able to prepare a set of candidate standards for final review and approval.
This consultation presents recommendations for the National Metering Identifier (NMI)* Standing Data payload and URIs. The data set includes information about the meter type, location and network tariffs. It has been prepared with aid from AEMO and feedback collected from previous public consultations.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has been designated as the data holder for NMI standing data payload as it maintains the standing data information for each NMI as part of its role of the energy market operator. It is one of three data sets for which AEMO has been designated as the data holder.
You can view and contribute to the Decision Proposal 194 - Candidate NMI Standing Data End Points here on GitHub: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/issues/194
*The National Meter Identifier (NMI) is a unique value assigned to specific metering site/connection point on the national electricity network. Every connection to the national electricity network is given its own NMI and is required for functions such as collecting metering usage data or transferring from one electricity retailer to another.