Softening of LOR forecasts for NSW in ST PASA and P30

On the weekend we wrote this ‘Saturday morning wrap of forecast LOR conditions in NSW’ with respect to forecast LOR  conditions for coming days:

… i.e. Saturday 18th May , and Sunday 19th May, and Monday 20th May, and Tuesday 21st May, and Wednesday 22nd May.


In that article we’d made the important point that …

 the purpose of these forecasts is to elicit a market response (e.g. more supply of some form, or changed demand profile, or changed network outage scheduled).’

… and that seems to have happened.

In this updated snapshot from ez2view, looking at forecast LOR condition in NSW via the ‘Forecast Convergence’ widget at the 15:35 dispatch interval this afternoon:


Readers should recall that this widget allows users to ‘look up a vertical’ to ‘see that other dimension of time

We see that:

1)  Some periods have already lapsed with no major dramas (and that’s a good thing!)

2)  Additionally, forecasts have softened for those periods still to come.




Nothing further to add…

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Paul McArdle
One of three founders of Global-Roam back in 2000, Paul has been CEO of the company since that time. As an author on WattClarity, Paul's focus has been to help make the electricity market more understandable.

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