A short article to note another view (this one from Clean Energy Finance) on whether Eraring can close in 2025.
Yesterday (Thu 22nd Dec 2023), Dan Lee posted a summary of WattClarity service through 2023 on our company website. Today I’m sharing that with WattClarity readers here.
Following a focused effort over the past two months, we’ve released the updated statistical record of operations in Australia’s National Electricity Market … the Generator Statistical Digest 2022 (GSD2022)
Another headline report released in the past couple weeks was the ACCC’s 8th update of its ‘Inquiry into the National Electricity Market’
Kate Summers gave this speech about the ‘paralysis by analysis’ currently occurring in the energy industry at Melbourne’s All-Energy Australia Conference on Wednesday 26th of October.
On Monday 31st October 2022 we released GenInsights Quarterly Updates for Q3 2022 – second in the expanding series, following customer requests for updates of GenInsights21
… flagging (for WattClarity readers and subscribers) a useful contribution from Ben Skinner at the AEC to explore and explain some aspects of the June 2022 Market Suspension and surrounding factors.
A short article to note the release of the ACCC’s 7th issue of the ‘Inquiry into the NEM’ … along with an Addendum at a very topical time.
A brief note in the lead-up to a deeper dive into GenInsights21 for AEC Members next week, on Tuesday 26th April 2022.
Next Tuesday 5th April 2022 the Smart Energy Council has organised us to provide a briefing on GenInsights21, and what we can learn from this to inform the energy transition.
We’re please to note that the Generator Statistical Digest 2021 (a.k.a. GSD2021) is available to clients from Monday 28th March 2022.
On Tuesday 21st December 2021 the AER requested the AEMC to consider changing the prescriptive requirements in the Rules for the AER to analyse particular types of market outcomes in particular ways, and instead provide the AER more flexibility in what its analysis covers.
Occasional guest author, David Leitch, grasped an opportunity for an early read of GenInsights21 – and shares some of his observations here with WattClarity readers.
Last Wednesday (15th December) we released GenInsights21. In this article we provide a full list of the 28 Appendices included with the publication, and from which many of the Key Observations have been drawn.
It’s Wednesday 15th December 2021 and we have released GenInsights21 (a deep dive exploration, asking what history can tell us of the challenges and requirements of the accelerating energy transition).
Here’s the 6th Dec 2021 status update on your GenInsights21 release – we’ve completed (most of) the work for you, just need to wrap it all together by answering questions like ‘so what’s this all mean, when considered together?’.
A second ‘mystery DUID’ puzzle … perhaps more complex than the first … from GenInsights21, for those who like to be challenged in ways like these.
Here’s the event details for the discussion scheduled for Thursday 2nd December 2021 about ‘Early insights from Five Minute Settlement’, thanks to AIE Brisbane.
Following a period when it was placed on the back-burner, due to other priorities, we’ve now re-started the development process for GenInsights21 and would invite you to pre-order your copy.
A feature of the upcoming EMMS technical specification that distinguishes demand response units from scheduled loads could impact some users of NEM data, if left unmanaged.