A brief note in the lead-up to a deeper dive into GenInsights21 for AEC Members next week, on Tuesday 26th April 2022.Read More
The AEMO published an update to their 2021 ESOO today (Thu 14th April) following some ‘earlier closure’ announcements for Eraring and Bayswater, which also gave the opportunity to study other developments. Here’s some quick thoughts.
We’ve chosen to republish Observation 8 (of 22) within Part 2 of GenInsights21 in this article, to help readers ask that question … what is the purpose of the ESOO?
A short article to link to (and embed) the video recording of our presentation to Smart Energy Council audience on Tuesday 5th April 2022 of some of what’s discussed in GenInsights21.
Next Tuesday 5th April 2022 the Smart Energy Council has organised us to provide a briefing on GenInsights21, and what we can learn from this to inform the energy transition.
A short article to mark today’s publication of the GSOO 2022 by the AEMO, and some initial coverage of it.
We’re please to note that the Generator Statistical Digest 2021 (a.k.a. GSD2021) is available to clients from Monday 28th March 2022.
On Friday 11th March 2022, the AEMO published its 19-page ‘Addendum to the Draft 2022 ISP’, providing more detail on the four topics identified by the AER.
A summary of the media references we’ve spotted since we released our GenInsights21 report in mid-December.
Following from the release of GenInsights21, in this article we look at some of what that analytical publication can help us understand, in terms of how the changing market is impacting on the role that renewables will increasingly play in the NEM in the years to come.
The front page headline in the print copy of the AFR this morning ‘AEMO told to reassess death of coal’ jumped out at me … and to others as well!
Occasional guest author, David Leitch, grasped an opportunity for an early read of GenInsights21 – and shares some of his observations here with WattClarity readers.
A short note about the release, earlier this week, by the AEMO of the ‘Initial Roadmap’ in the NEM Engineering Framework.
Yesterday, Friday 10th December 2021, the AEMO released it’s draft of the 2022 Integrated System Plan – and it has created a bit of a stir with some of the modelled results.
Following a period when it was placed on the back-burner, due to other priorities, we’ve now re-started the development process for GenInsights21 and would invite you to pre-order your copy.
Guest author, Allan O’Neil, takes an initial look at some of the highlights included in the AEMO’s Electricity Statement of Opportunities for 2021 (a 10-year forecast for what might unfold in the future of the NEM).
The AEMO’s 2021 ESOO was released this morning. Here’s where you can get it, and some of the articles written about it.
From Monday 1st Feb 2021 the (720-page) Generator Statistical Digest 2020 is more broadly available – here’s some of what’s in it, and how you can access. Those dozens of clients who had submitted earlier pre-orders were provided early access on Friday 29th Jan 2021.
Patricia Boyce examines a chart that was included in the AEMO’s Renewable Integration Study, which depicted actual and modelled solar and wind generation output against underlying demand. She then looks at whether intermittent generators can achieve sufficient return and discusses the problems that still need to be solved.
Guest author, Allan O’Neil, takes a look at the AEMO’s 2020 ESOO to unpick the reason for the differences in outlook (and the sensationalised news headlines) compared to 2019 ESOO.