NSW demand rises a little today

The heat from yesterday in Victoria made its way north across the Murray river border today, leading to (somewhat) higher demand in NSW – as seen in the following snapshot from NEM-Watch at 16:20 market time:


As noted in the snapshot, demand at 16:20 was 12,380MW (pushing into the yellow zone), and forecast to be higher tomorrow – though still a long way below the all-time maximum demand.

It would be, if it holds true to forecast, the highest so far this summer, though – higher than that seen in NSW on 21st January.

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