Ron Brakels of SolarQuotes examines recent changes that will put the CER in charge of accreditation, which he explains is aimed at “kicking crap solar installers out of the industry”.Read More
Rather than just drawing a lucky winner out of a hat, or using a random number generator, someone suggested we take a different approach – and here are the results.
In my third post, I look at hedge levels – and how to infer them. Hedge levels will, to a large extend, define bidding behaviour unless there are physical issues with the plant.
It is now over two years ago that NSW sold its retail load and the dispatch rights to most of its generation. This blog post looks at what has happened to the market in the two years since the sale.
A quick look at the extent to which wind supplies (across all wind turbines in the NEM) are diverse enough for supplies to have a degree of dependability.
A trend in annual average utilisation of generation plant, aggregated by region, over each year since the start of the NEM.
Brief analysis of the trend in production (across the NEM) by fuel type.
Some analysis of the way in which prices in the Australian National Electricity Market have trended over time, from as far back as 1994 (in the markets that were precursors to the NEM).
Post written to provide some context to considerations about where prices are headed for the future…
Colourful distribution of spot prices – for each year of 11.5 years of NEM history.
Clearly see the trend over time.