Our guest author (Mike Williams) shares some practical tips for how energy users can brace themselves for the rising tsunami of energy costs
Specific articles directly related to carbon emissions
Our guest author (Don Sands) compares and contrasts 9 different methods used for measurement of carbon emissions at thermal power stations
Further analysis of the interaction between electricity and gas markets in Queensland at present.
Low prices today in South Australia and Queensland for various reasons – but summed up by a large oversupply of capacity
Posts pertaining to events we see occurring through spring 2014
A massive overhang of capacity seen today – leading to price suppression
In parallel with the RET Review process, claims and counter claims are mounting about challenges to security of supply, moving forwards. Here are some initial thoughts…
Several things we’ve noticed about what’s been changing in the electricity retail landscape in Australia’s electricity markets.
Some analysis of carbon emissions for large generation portfolios in the NEM, and comparison with prior post about wind production levels.
Coincident with the release of the RET Review, activity in the spot market provides some reminders…
A different look at the numbers suggests that AGL Energy does have some green credentials…
Following last week’s analysis of EnergyAustralia’s larger portfolio we do the same thing for AGL Energy (including Macquarie Generation)
Some initial thoughts about some of the areas (in the wholesale market) where there’s been finger-pointing in different directions about “socialising costs whilst privatising profits”
Following the article in the FinReview today about EnergyAustralia…
Prices dropped below $0 in Queensland this morning – not for the first time in recent days…
A quick look at a price spike that occurred Monday evening (4th August) in South Australia
This is the lowest I can remember seeing the STTM gas price at the Brisbane hub!
Spot prices in the doldrums with low demand and high production from wind and gas.
After spending a day looking into the future (at prospective generation developments) I noted this reverse correlation between wind and volatility that’s been occurring over the week.