An Embedded Network is a term which describes a utilities distribution network formed in a multi-tenanted building or complex that then bands together tenants enabling a “buying group”. This allows for the purchase of utilities (i.e. electricity) at a wholesale/bulk level to then be on sold to tenants at discounted rates. 

Watch the below video to learn more.

Approval for Embedded Networks are via an exemption governed and managed by the AER (Australian Energy Regulator). You can read more about this process and key rules via the AER website HERE.

The ESC have also have a great what is an Embedded Network set of articles and video on their Website HERE.

You may also review the below two articles that further breakdown the expectations of an Exempt Seller and what protections are available to customers within an Embedded Network.

Exempt Seller Obligations

Embedded Network Customer rights and protections