After having had an extended break abroad, the coverage from last week’s AEW event provided a unique opportunity to check back in with the energy market from an outsider’s perspective.
A short note to mark the Reliability Panel’s annual review of market performance which covers system reliability, security, and safety over the 2021-22 FY – which includes the June 2022 market suspension.
Tom Geiser of Neoen writes this think piece about cost-based modelling vs price-based modelling in the broader debate about transmission investment.
A short note about the AEMC’s Transmission Planning and Investment Review – Stage 2 Final Report released last week, and submissions on Stage 3 Draft Report due this coming Thursday 3rd November.
On 4th July the AEMC published their second ‘Notice of Receipt of Claims’ with respect to compensation under the Administered Pricing period in June 2022.
A short article about the rule change proposed by Alinta Energy to raise the APC … quite topical given Q2 2022.
Second (linked) article this evening, spelling out the two theories we’re aware of with respect to why some participants might have withdrawn capacity from the NEMDE dispatch/pricing run in June 2022 – leading to the AEMO Suspending the Market.
Might be useful to some of our readers…
Catching up on recent developments, this AEMC Rule Determination (enabling AEMO to deal with ‘indistinct events’) caught my eye.
Same day as we released GenInsights21, the AEMO published its High Level Design on how they will implement the AEMC Rule Change determination on Integrating Energy Storage Systems (IESS) into the NEM. Here’s the key dates.