Update issued on SA's Dynamic Export Requirements exemptions on battery systems
Learn more about recent updates to the Government of South Australia's Dynamic Export Requirements.
The Government of South Australia has introduced Dynamic Export Requirements, requiring most new and upgraded exporting solar generation systems to be capable of remotely updating their export limits. Introduced in July 2023, these regulations apply to small embedded generation (SEG, total capacity under 30kVA).
Latest updates to the Government requirements:
In response to feedback from industry, the SA Government has announced that the following changes be made to dynamic export compliance requirements on 23 November 2023:
- Battery systems: AC coupled batteries, except those utilising a hybrid inverter, are exempt.
- Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers: Vehicle-to-grid EV chargers are exempt.
The requirement for Medium Embedded Generator (MEG) systems (30-200kVA export) remains in place, requiring all MEG systems up to 200kVA to be dynamic exports capable, from 1 July 2024.
- Dynamic Export Requirements page and the Technical Regulator Guidelines – Distributed Energy Resources for details regarding the changes to these requirements.
- Information for industry and Questions and Answers for industry
- Attention: Update issued on SA’s Dynamic Export Requirements (June 2023)
- Only 3 weeks to go: Get ready for SA’s new Dynamic Export Requirements and Flexible Exports rollout (June 2023)
- Important changes to SA Dynamic Export Regulation affecting inverter sales and installation (December 2022)