One of the side-effects of the transmission issues in South Australia and Tasmania is a (much) more complex dispatch process – with NEMDE file creation times slowing down as a result.
Now that we’re past Market Suspension, we take a look back and see file creation latency improve prior to the end of Market Suspension.
In parallel to the ‘Energy Crisis 2022’ (and perhaps related to it, in some ways) we see a step change decline in the performance of the timeliness of file creation for P5MIN at the AEMO in recent days…
Following the article on Tuesday 15th February about ‘blow-out in file creation latency’, in this article we update stats for the past week … but also look as far back as late 2018 to see a broader pattern.
Over the past 2 weekends in February (in particular) we have noticed AEMO’s file creation time for ‘P5MIN’ files has increased significantly (and this has caused challenges for Participants). We take an updated look.
A short article (in the midst of GenInsights21 completion) more broadly sharing 2 good news stories from AEMO in the context of the NEMDE dispatch process.
Another set of ‘file creation’ data for the P5 Predispatch prepared by one of our team yesterday (Monday 15th November) suggests the file creation latency issues we highlighted in August are ongoing.
Following from some analytical work performed in testing for Five Minute Settlement, here’s a view of latency of rebids (all DUIDs, all commodities) in recent months that prompts a number of questions…
Re-posted with update: In recent weeks we have noticed a trend towards increased latency in the creation of the ‘PUBLIC_P5MIN_*.csv’ files published by AEMO on MarketNet, and we wonder if you can help us understand why this is happening?