The rain and cloud cover is delivering (amongst other things) a faster-than-expected drop in aggregate solar production in QLD.
Rounding out the working week, there’s *currently* no forecast for curtailment of rooftop PV in SA on Friday 18th Nov (but clarifying it did happen on Monday 14th Nov 2022).
A quick article Monday evening about volatility in QLD.
A quick look into today’s high prices in QLD, and some of the contributing factors.
In this article we look more closely at 1st and 2nd February 2022 – and particularly at where and when the changes in rooftop PV occurred, narrowing our assessment to south-east Queensland regions. It follows on from Part A which inspected how Queensland rooftop PV output varied at the state level.
A short article following a price spike in SA on Thursday afternoon, 30th December 2021
Out-of-the-blue, the price spikes up near $10,000/MWh in South Australia on an otherwise ‘boring’ day … a sign of what we should expect increasingly in future?
Some quick notes about a price spike seen over 4 dispatch intervals this morning in South Australia – Wed 27th Oct 2021.
A rainy Saturday morning reminds us the price volatility for Q2 in QLD has not totally gone away … with elevated prices for ENERGY and also Contingency FCAS (Raise 6 second and Raise 60 second).
In between other jobs today, we’ve taken a look at why the price spiked yesterday (Tue 20th April) in QLD … at an earlier time than we had become accustomed to seeing it occur in recent months.
Three price spikes in the QLD region on Saturday 10th April 2021 help to remind us that how increasingly dependent we are on various machinations of the weather (including, on these occasions, cloud cover and solar output).