An AEMO market notice published just now has alerted that Adminsited Pricing has been declared for FCAS in SA after the Cumulative Price Threshold for the Lower Reg commodity was hit.
Articles by Dan Lee
Dan Lee provides some exploratory calculations in order to estimate the total cost of maintaining electricity supply throughout a very turbulent June.
RERT (Reserve Trader) dispatched in QLD.
A quick look into today’s high prices in QLD, and some of the contributing factors.
To mark the end of the financial year, Dan Lee writes this explainer about MLFs and gives some examples of noticeable long-term MLF trends within the NEM.
A short note about the release of the final version of the AEMO’s 2022 ISP that was published this morning.
A look to see how far WDR has come since it was introduced in October, and to what extent the units registered under the mechanism are helping to alleviate supply-demand tightness during events like last night.
After last night’s volatility in SA, sustained high prices have been on the menu again. With the SA spot price in quadruple digits for most of the past hour and half, hitting a peak of $9,941.06
A short note about an unexpected Basslink outage that began yesterday morning.
A summary of the media references we’ve spotted since we released our GenInsights21 report in mid-December.
This afternoon the AEMO alerted of a market suspension in the TAS region, which coincided with the failure of two undersea fibre cables that caused parts of the state to lose internet access.
Earlier this afternoon I came across some social media posts from spot-exposed retail customers in QLD sharing warnings of incoming high prices.
A very brief look into how many units have been registered for the WDRM, and how many MW have been dispatched since the rule change was implemented roughly two months ago.
Earlier today, the AEMC released a final determination on a market rule change regarding the registration and participation of storage systems in the NEM.
Scheduled demand in SA drops below zero for the second time in less than a week.
Sunday afternoon saw demand in NSW hit new historic lows for the second weekend in a row.
Unit 3 at Yallourn Power Station came back online early this afternoon. Recent flooding at the power station’s adjoining mine has impacted it’s fuel supplies in recent weeks.
Callide B2 returned to service this morning after nearly a month of being offline, following the explosion and outage at the station in late May.
Valued team member, Daniel Lee, reviews some of the early references to, and compliments for, the Generator Statistical Digest 2020 – which was released about 7 weeks ago.
Earlier this afternoon we were alerted to a price spike in NSW and QLD that was seemingly caused by a unit trip at one of the larger generators in NSW.