It is that time of year again and we at global-roam want to know who is the best demand forecaster in the NEM. If you are like me and working…
Analysis of what’s been happening in the NEM over summer 2011-12.
Including more than a decade of data for Queensland’s peak electricity demand (pre-NEM) reveals a more nuanced picture.
Extending our analysis of the pattern of demand growth (NEM-Wide) to see if the pattern has been the same at a regional level.
A list of 10 factors that are impacting on electricity consumption across the National Electricity Market.
Further analysis of the way that electricity demand patterns (NEM-wide) are changing in Australia’s National Electricity Market
A brief summary of NEM-wide demand this winter
Miscellaneous articles about what we observe during Winter 2011
Some quick notes, and images, of a price spike in TAS this morning.
Prompted by Ben Skinner’s question, we’ve had a bit more of a look at demand patterns in the NEM (NEM-wide).
Some observations about where average demand in the NEM has trended over the 12 years of NEM history, following the work done in compiling the 2011 Issue of the “Power Trading Schematic” Market Map.
Articles about market reform – in the NEM and elsewhere.
Reflection on whether the core challenges for market operators (and other core stakeholders) have varied at all from the listing of issues compiled for the Association of Power Exchanges back in 1997.
So who was the winner of our “Best Demand Forecaster in the NEM” competition for summer 2010-11?
Some analysis of how NEM-wide demand trended through summer 2010-11, and what this meant on a regional level.
The temperature reached 34 degrees in Brisbane today – with thunderstorms predicted to sweep through the south-east corner, bringing with them a cool change and localised disruptions to power supplies….
A quick note about the tight supply/demand balance in NSW today – by virtue for high demand and constrained interconnector capability.
A quick look at how North Queensland looks, the morning after TC Yasi
As the Courier Mail tweets that 89,000 people in Townsville and Cairns are without power as TC Yasi approaches, I thought the following chart (taken from our ez2view application) might…
More extreme weather drives extreme demand and extreme prices – on Wednesday 2nd February.