Notice of Violation of IEEE Publication Principles
"Transmission Connection and Charging Methodologies for Integration of Renewable Energy in Australia" by N.H. Radzi, R.C. Bansal, and Z.Y. Dong in the Australasian Universities Power and Energy Conference, September 2012
After careful and considered review of the content and authorship of this paper by a duly constituted expert committee, this paper has been found to be in violation of IEEE's Publication Principles.
This paper is a duplication submission of the paper listed below. The submitting authors of this paper did not include all associated coauthors of the work (as listed in the paper below), and submitted the paper without permission from all coauthors.
Due to the nature of this violation, reasonable effort should be made to remove all past references to this paper, and future references should be made to the following article:
"Overview of the Australian National Electricity Market Transmission Use of System Charges for Integrating Renewable Generation to Existing Grid" by N.H. Radzi, R.C. Bansal, Z.Y. Dong, K.N. Hasan, Z. Lu, in IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Vol 6, Issue 9, October 2012, pp. 863-873
The Australian government is aiming to ensure that by 2020, 20% of Australia's electricity supply is generated from renewable sources. Consequently, this will drive large changes and have direct effects on the behavior and investment in Australia's market environment especially transmission use of system (TUoS) charges scheme. This paper is intended to explore the TUoS charges in the Australian national electricity market (NEM) to the development of renewable generation. There are three issues that are focused in this paper: 1) the transmission configurations for connecting the renewable generation to the existing grid; 2) the existing Australian NEM TUoS charges; and 3) the Australian energy market operator (AEMO) policy on the allocat- on of the cost of providing shared transmission services to different parties for new and existing terminal stations. The 59-bus system of the South East Australian power system is used for the case study in order to verify the concepts and determine the efficient and economical way to connect a new renewable generation to the existing grid.