Here on this site, and also in real discussions in the offline world, we have been pondering this question for a number of years. For instance, it was pondered in Theme 13 (‘What’s the future for Participation Categories in the…
Today, more than 14 months after the publication of GenInsights21 we’re sharing Key Observation 15 of 22, relating to self-forecasting for Semi-Scheduled units.
In GenInsights Quarterly Update for Q3 2022 we included an Appendix exploring what we could observe ‘One Year on from Five Minute Settlement’. In this article we share a small slice of what we learnt…
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
On Monday 1st August 2022 we provided a presentation to the CEC’s Market & Grid Directorate
Broader discussions about the ‘2022 Energy Crisis’, and the specific discussion this afternoon for the EUAA Electricity Committee prompted us to publish (in full) Key Observation #5 of 22 of our GenInsights21 report here today.
A short note about the presentation to EUAA Electricity Committee on Thu 16th June 2022 about GenInsights21 … and the ‘2022 Energy Crisis’
AEMO Market Notice 96853 raises some questions about the rest of Winter 2022 … but also about the broader energy transition.
A short synopsis of my brief presentation last week (Thu 19th May 2022) at CEC Large Solar Forum in Brisbane.
A brief note in the lead-up to a deeper dive into GenInsights21 for AEC Members next week, on Tuesday 26th April 2022.
The AEMO published an update to their 2021 ESOO today (Thu 14th April) following some ‘earlier closure’ announcements for Eraring and Bayswater, which also gave the opportunity to study other developments. Here’s some quick thoughts.
We’ve chosen to republish Observation 8 (of 22) within Part 2 of GenInsights21 in this article, to help readers ask that question … what is the purpose of the ESOO?
A short article to link to (and embed) the video recording of our presentation to Smart Energy Council audience on Tuesday 5th April 2022 of some of what’s discussed in GenInsights21.
It’s 1st April 2022, and I have not checked these stats in NEMreview v7 for a while, so I thought I would have a quick look at how a number of the key stats are trending: Quick notes about statistics:…
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.
A summary of the media references we’ve spotted since we released our GenInsights21 report in mid-December.
A price spike in SA on Wednesday 23rd February reminds us of a price spike in NSW on Monday 21st February … one due to coal, the other due to solar … but both illustrating *the same* underlying dynamic.
Following from the release of GenInsights21, in this article we look at some of what that analytical publication can help us understand, in terms of how the changing market is impacting on the role that renewables will increasingly play in the NEM in the years to come.
A quick note about the price spikes seen in South Australia in the middle of the day on Monday 10th January 2022.
The front page headline in the print copy of the AFR this morning ‘AEMO told to reassess death of coal’ jumped out at me … and to others as well!