The outlook continues to get worse and worse… forecast load shedding extended to NSW this evening and into QLD tomorrow as well.
AEMO’s updated forecast for load shedding in QLD this evening is for an enormous amount (1,454MW)
AEMO’s now forecasting load shedding for this evening … Monday 13th June 2022
A quick article Sunday evening as the Cumulative Price for the QLD region skyrockets ever so close to the Cumulative Price Threshold…
A later article reviewing how Cumulative Price in Queensland has jumped upwards this evening (towards the CPT) as a result of a solid four hours above $1,000/MWh.
Price volatility has returned to the QLD region on Friday evening 10th June 2022.
A news article this morning along the lines of ‘coldest in 100 years’ jumped out at me.
Price volatility in the QLD region rose to another level on Thursday morning, 9th June 2022
Wednesday 8th June 2022 saw bust-boom-bust supply-demand balance, with yo-yo pricing resulting. Very topical, given discussions in various parts about a capacity market.
A quick look at the start of price volatility on Tuesday evening, 7th June 2022
A quick look at some of the factors of this morning’s price volatility in the QLD region.
A very quick summary of market volatility touching all regions across Monday 30th May 2022 … but particularly in the evening.
AEMO’s Market Notice 96633 jumped off the page for us…
I’ve already noted about the appropriateness of holding the EUAA National Conference this week … with gas and electricity spot prices being elevated as they have been in recent times! This evening (Monday 9th May 2022) market volatility has put…
A first after-the-fact review of the price volatility seen in QLD and NSW on Tuesday evening, 2nd May 2022. What were some of the causal factors?
Evening volatility re-occurs – in QLD and NSW on Wednesday 4th May 2022
A short note about this evening’s price volatility in QLD and NSW with tight supply-demand balance caused by import limitations (amongst other things).
A trend of daily stats for Wandoan South BESS since July 2021, and a question about why it (seems to be) so slow to get up and running. Can anyone help?
I’m greeted this morning with a view of how prices have remained stubbornly elevated all the way through 10 hours overnight… in all regions!
A short article highlighting price volatility this evening in QLD … spreading further south.