Some analysis of how NEM-wide demand trended through summer 2010-11, and what this meant on a regional level.Read More
Summer 2010-11 in the NEM
The temperature reached 34 degrees in Brisbane today – with thunderstorms predicted to sweep through the south-east corner, bringing with them a cool change and localised disruptions to power supplies. In the following snapshot from NEM-Watch (at 14:05) we see…
A quick note about the tight supply/demand balance in NSW today – by virtue for high demand and constrained interconnector capability.
A quick look at how North Queensland looks, the morning after TC Yasi
As the Courier Mail tweets that 89,000 people in Townsville and Cairns are without power as TC Yasi approaches, I thought the following chart (taken from our ez2view application) might explain a bit of what that means: Like everyone else,…
More extreme weather drives extreme demand and extreme prices – on Wednesday 2nd February.
An illustration of the high demand and volatility on Tuesday 1st February.
Some snapshots of a day in which NEM-wide demand soared, driven by high temperatures across the middle of Australia.
Some images of the see-saw of prices in QLD with the high demand day today.
Some NEM-Watch snapshots illustrating one of the first days that temperatures have risen in the NEM this summer.
Some quick notes about how levels of demand are, so far this summer, much lower than they have been in recent years.