A synopsis of one of the challenges facing the electricity sector – and a suggested solution
Following from several earlier articles, Core Energy provides their view of the future of gas use in power generation
Some thoughts about Capacity Payments – given the article in the AFR yesterday
A walk-through a high-demand day in Queensland (especially remarkable because of the effect of solar PV output).
A collection of articles about autumn 2015
With high temperatures forecast for South-East Queensland later this week, we take a look at what’s forecast in terms of demand.
What’s summer shown us so far, in terms of where peak wind output has landed (and why are we surprised).
A massive (60%) instantaneous reduction in Tassie’s electricity demand in the early hours of this morning caught our attention.
What do the forecasts received for peak NSW demand this summer tell us about the various debates currently underway in terms of network regulation and industry transformation?
Notice of a “Critical Peak Demand Day” for Victoria tomorrow draws our attention down south to see what the forecast is showing.
Some analysis performed by one of our guest authors (Ric Brazzale) identifying the significant factors that contributed to declining demand in the NEM through 2014.
We saw Ryan Wavish present on this topic at All Energy 2014, and invited him to write an article for WattClarity highlighting some of the learnings of the ARENA-funded study.
It’s been reported that there appears to have been the addition of a large load in Queensland. Here we start to analyse.
Some analysis of gas-fired generation in Queensland, with the first LNG exports steaming away from port.
Some thoughts about why we’ve been seeing an increase in the number of authorised electricity retailers competing in the Australian National Electricity Market, from a new guest author – Connor James
With only 4 days remaining (till Fri 9th Jan) here’s some tips about what the peak NEM-wide demand might be this summer, to help you submit your forecast before the deadline.
Some analysis of how demand in Victoria has trended over 16 years – at least in part to help competition entrants provide their forecasts of what they think the peak Victorian regional demand will be for summer 2014-15