This morning have been greeted to a run of SMS alerts for volatility in South Australia.
spot price volatility
It’s been recurrent volatility in South Australia today.
A short initial article to flag market volatility on Wednesday 10th August 2022 which sees ENERGY prices elevated (particularly TAS) and also Contingency FCAS prices at MPC
A quick record of some morning volatility in South Australia before the sun rises (second morning in a row)
A quick record of spot price volatility on Monday evening, 11th July 2022.
The price has been spiking on Monday evening 27th June 2022.
At 22:40 the price exceeds $10,000/MWh in NSW, VIC and SA … with QLD under Administered Pricing.
Volatility has ramped up in NSW, VIC, SA and TAS (particularly SA) with QLD under Administered Pricing.
A follow-on from Administered Pricing in QLD is the start of some head-scratching market outcomes … such as this spike in South Australia.
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 brief note about this morning’s volatility.
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 brief look at a period where the TAS region experienced prices up at $15,100/MWh Market Price Cap.
A short article to document another volatility evening.
NEM-wide IRPM is dropping lower and lower on Thursday 2nd June 2022