AGL recently responded to two consultations run by CSIRO’s Data61 – the data standards body (DSB) for the Consumer Data Right (CDR).
In these submissions, we urge the DSB and other decision-makers to ensure that the energy sector is appropriately informed and engaged in the process to ensure well-rounded standards decisions. We note that there are still a number of questions that must be considered for the energy sector, such as the full role and responsibilities of the Australian Energy Market Operator, before energy retailers can appropriately engage in these processes.
In the CDR Logo consultation, the DSB sought stakeholder comments on the proposed mandatory and optional use of the CDR logo to foster trust and consumer confidence within the CDR system. You can find our full submission to this consultation here.
In the Concurrent Consent Target State consultation, the DSB sought stakeholder comments on strengthening the consent flow and ensure adequate security. You can find our full submission to this consultation here.