2 x AEMO Market Notices this afternoon prompt this article about four upcoming Market Enhancements … with the first to planned to commence from next Monday 7th August 2023
A rule change increasing the Administered Price Cap from $300/MWh to $600/MWh, submitted by Alinta Energy, has come into effect today.
Also today (Thursday 10th November 2022) the ESB has released a Directions Paper on Transmission Access Reform – including suggestions for both Investment Timeframe and Operational Timeframe.
A short article about the rule change proposed by Alinta Energy to raise the APC … quite topical given Q2 2022.
Earlier today, the AEMC released a final determination on a market rule change regarding the registration and participation of storage systems in the NEM.
Some of our readers might be able to help us answer this question …
It’s quite early Friday morning, 1st October 2021 … and Five Minute Settlement has commenced. Here’s a *very* early initial look.
Last week, the AEMO submitted a rule change request to the AEMC for a redevelopment of the ST PASA process (and data sets published – to facilitate what would be a great increase in market transparency).
In this article we discuss the 1st of 3 Potential Tripwires that wholesale market participants and others will encounter from October 2021 … with Tripwire #1 coming from the implementation of Five Minute Settlement.
A short article, flagging three potential tripwires we’d like to ensure NEM participants and other stakeholders are aware of in the lead-up to two significant market changes from October 2021.
James Tetlow from Overwatch Energy explains an important rule change that was recently introduced that has seen a significant increase in the civil penalties for generators who fail to follow operating rules.
The rule change that delayed the start of 5MS to 1st October 2021
A quick look back at the AEMC’s Final Determination on Five Minute Settlement.
[PART 2 of] a post by guest author, Bruce Miller – which was initially posted on LinkedIn as one piece, but which has been broken into two on WattClarity as each part serves different purposes.
On 4th December 2015, Sun Metals (a zinc smelter in northern Queensland, and also one of our initial deSide® clients) submitted this rule change request to the AEMC: In the 10-page proposed change, my sense is that the key points…
Some thoughts about the structure of FERC Order 745, and the arguments for & against setting it aside the in the US Court of Appeals – and the relevance for the Australian National Electricity Market