Here’s where to find AEMO’s preliminary report on the loss of SCADA on 22nd April 2023 in Victoria that led to that region being suspended for more than 24 hours.
In an event (that seems) similar to 17th March 2023, a glitch in SCADA leads to the suspension of the market in the Victorian region on Saturday afternoon/evening 22nd April 2023.
On 6th April 2023 the AEMO published this preliminary report into the brief market suspension that occurred in NSW on 17th March 2023.
A just-announced AEMO market notice has declared a temporary suspension of the NSW market.
Dan Lee provides some exploratory calculations in order to estimate the total cost of maintaining electricity supply throughout a very turbulent June.
… 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.
On Thursday 18th August 2022 the AEMO has released its report into the Market Suspension during June 2022. Will make for interesting reading …
With Market Suspension (just) behind us, in this weekend article we take a look over the past 16 days to see how volumes offered to the market from the two types of plant have varied … and the prices they are offered at. The question is asked … why did those DUIDs withdraw capacity from the NEMDE dispatch and pricing run?
First article for Friday 24th june 2022 with the market still in suspension.
A short note about the end of the Administered Pricing Period (for now?) from 04:05 on Thursday 23rd June 2022.
A quick look at the NEM on Wednesday evening, with thoughts to the near future.
This morning AEMO published Market Notice 98805 confirming continuation of Market Suspension from 04:05 Thursday 23rd June until further notice.
Marcelle explores how settlement prices are set and how dispatch is operating during the current market suspension.
A short article to follow on from an AEMO announcement at 16:30 today about a possible pathway out of Market Suspension
With all regions of the NEM having been suspended by AEMO on Wednesday 15th June 2022, guest author Allan O’Neil takes an initial look at what’s visible in terms of operations in the NEM.
Someone asked me a question on social media this morning about batteries ‘withdrawing capacity’ … here’s a view of what’s happened using ez2view (and as presented to EUAA).
Following yesterday’s announcement of Market Suspension by the AEMO, ASX issued this response … but I’ve only had time to copy this in now: ASX Electricity Futures and Options – Response to AEMO announcement Notice reference number: 0649.22.06 Date published: 15/06/22 Effective…
A snapshot from the ez2view ‘NEM Prices’ widget recording a (thankfully, and hopefully short-lived) event.
AEMO has determined that it is necessary to suspend the spot market in all regions under NER clause 3.14.3(s)3) because it has become impossible to operate the spot market in accordance with the provisions of the Rules.
A short note about the AEMO preliminary report, published 16th March 2022 – into the TAS market suspension on 1st March 2022.