The Marinus Link Consumer Advisory Panel (CAP) provides a key forum for engaging National Electricity Market (NEM) customers on the Marinus Link Revenue Proposal. The CAP aims to ensure that consumers’ needs are considered in the project and reflected in our revenue proposal.

The CAP comprises members across all sectors of energy consumers and a broad geographical base. There are currently 9 representatives on the panel intended to broadly represent NEM end-use customers. Its purpose is to:

  • Provide consumers with a real opportunity to participate in the Marinus Link Revenue Proposal, especially on elements where consumer feedback can have the greatest impact.
  • Provide a forum for participants to raise questions and concerns on behalf of the consumers they represent.
  • Help Marinus Link to ensure that consumers’ views and preferences are reflected in the revenue proposal.

Marinus Link Roundtable Series – Materials

The Marinus Link Roundtable Series provides participants with the information they need to engage on the revenue proposal in an informed way.

Marinus Link Overview and Business Case – Benjamin White – 13 May 2022

Marinus Link’s role in the future electricity market (AEMO) | Battery of the Nation (Hydro Tasmania) | Tasmania’s wind ambitions (ReCFIT)11 April 2022

Constructing Marinus Link – Stephen Clark, Project Director Marinus Link 3 May 2022

Deliberative Workshops – Materials

The CAP has been invited to participate in a series of deliberative workshops to consider key issues in-depth and share views and opinions with the aim of reaching a shared conclusion. These sessions will also offer participants the opportunity to explore the draft proposal with the Marinus Link team.



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