A short article to note the AEMO’s release of the 2023 GSOO today and the subsequent media coverage.
On Tuesday 21st February 2023 the AEMO published an update on its 2022 ESOO.
Our fourth article looking forward to this Friday afternoon (3rd February 2023) in the Queensland region, where successive AEMO STPASA forecast data is showing considerable variability about what peak demand might be for the QLD region (it *might*, if predictions turn into reality, smash the prior all-time record). Dan Lee looks into how the demand forecast has been evolving and what to watch for this Friday afternoon.
A short note marking today’s release of the AEMO’s QED for Q4 2022 and the subsequent media coverage thus far.
Three other reports released by AEMO on 1st December 2022 will also make for interesting reading.
Last week the AEMO released a preliminary report into the trip of the South East – Tailem Bend 275 kV line that caused SA to be islanded from the rest of the NEM for over a week.
Today the AEMO released a 101-page engineering framework report on the steps required to operate the NEM at 100% instataneous penetrations of renewables.
A short article, to record the upgrade of the ASEFS and AWEFS forecasts for Semi-Scheduled (i.e. Wind and Large Solar) units.
Also this week, the AEMO published a report about the glitch in the dispatch process that occurred back on 10th August 2022.
On Friday 28th October, the AEMO released its preliminary report into the storm damage to Liapootah – Palmerston 220 kV lines (loss of more than 500MW of load, and trip of Basslink and multiple generators)
A quick note to mark Thursday’s release of the QED for Q3 2022 by the AEMO
Third article on what happened on Friday 14th October 2022 – sharing a photograph of the damaged transmission (thanks to TasNetworks for the photo, and Zeus for the weather) and outlining a number of different timescales that could be considered with respect to this event.
Here’s where to find the 2022 ESOO – and also what I’ve seen (thus far) of external commentary about what’s revealed and discussed in the ESOO.
With the AEMO releasing the 2022 ESOO on Wednesday morning 31st August 2022 with the limited time I have available right now I’ve had a quick look, and in this article highlight some things that jumped out to me.
On Thursday 18th August 2022 the AEMO has released its report into the Market Suspension during June 2022. Will make for interesting reading …
A short note flagging AEMO’s publication (dated 15th August 2022) about compensation payments for the June 2022 events.
On Friday morning 29th July 2022 the AEMO is releasing its ‘Quarterly Energy Dynamics’ for Q2 2022 – I’ve flipped through an embargoed copy and have highlighted here eight different factors flagged by AEMO that have each contributed to the extreme price outcomes seen through Q2 2022. There are probably others noted as well….
AEMO has directed two gas-fired generators in Victoria offline due to suspected gas supply limitations.
A short note about the release of the final version of the AEMO’s 2022 ISP that was published this morning.
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.