Winning a consolation prize, for being closest to the mark in relation to peak Victorian demand this summer, is…
Following our assessment of NEM-wide demand this summer, we turn our attention to Victoria today to see how similar the story is for that region in particular.
Notice of a “Critical Peak Demand Day” for Victoria tomorrow draws our attention down south to see what the forecast is showing.
Some analysis of how demand in Victoria has trended over 16 years – at least in part to help competition entrants provide their forecasts of what they think the peak Victorian regional demand will be for summer 2014-15
Brown coal production drops as one outcome of the current bushfires around the Latrobe Valley
A quick look at how Victoria and South Australia fared on Tuesday 28th, given the predictions of a return to hot weather at a time when schools and businesses are back to work.
A warning of a third round of high temperatures triggers a look at the demand forecast for next week in Victoria and South Australia
As the temperature cools (but the debate heats up) here’s a quick look of how much contribution there was from demand response over the past week.
For the third day in a row, high temperatures drive demand higher – inching closer to a new all-time record for Victoria.
Recapping where the peak demand actually landed today, with the heatwave across southern Australia.
An early review of what’s been happening today (Wednesday 15th January) with the heatwave in Victoria and South Australia
A snapshot of the highest demand point experienced in Victoria (and across the NEM) today
The forecast heatwave arrives in Victoria and drives demand towards what looks like being the highest (so far) this summer, and causing prices to pop.
A look at demand forecasts in ST PASA, with the heatwave promising to return next week.
Demand surges in Victoria and South Australia on the back of blistering heat, dragging prices out of their long-term slumber as a result.
A snapshot from NEM-Watch capturing the first volatility seen this summer
An animation of 90 minutes this morning where the price gyrated wildly in response to a trip at Yallourn, and numerous subsequent reactions by market participants and the AEMO.
The distinctive winter demand shape returns – and with it comes the evening peaks in prices (even on a Sunday).
Following some tweets from the esaa mentioning how the demand in Victoria on Tuesday 12th March was the highest seen for four years, we had a look back through our records on the day.
Some high temperatures in Victoria and South Australia drive demand higher and, because of transmission constraints, the IRPM in the Economic Island lower.