The long weekend provided an opportunity to review 10 years of electricity bills at home to look at net usage patterns and net solar injections from our home rooftop solar system. What have we found, at this point?
Another headline report released in the past couple weeks was the ACCC’s 8th update of its ‘Inquiry into the National Electricity Market’
Earlier this afternoon I came across some social media posts from spot-exposed retail customers in QLD sharing warnings of incoming high prices.
Guest author, Warwick Forster, provides an explanation of some of the common ways that retailers hedge their risk exposure in the National Electricity Market
It is curious that despite of the findings of the recent ACCC enquiries and the on-going regulatory uncertainty (at both a state and federal level), anyone would be willing to set-up an electricity retailer. New venturers in the energy market…
Guest author, Drew Donnelly at Compliance Quarter, uses the review of hedge practices in the wholesale market included in the recent ACCC report as an opportunity to reflect on what approaches they have seen in their work with new entrant retailers
Following from my August update, here’s two developments we have seen in relation to retail & networks regulation.
Some thoughts about why we’ve been seeing an increase in the number of authorised electricity retailers competing in the Australian National Electricity Market, from a new guest author – Connor James