On Thursday 17th March, Jonathon Dyson presented at the CEC Wind Industry Forum in Melbourne about the increasing role of auto-bidding and self-forecasting in the modern-day NEM. In this article, he shares some of the key points from that presentation.
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 short note about the AEMO preliminary report, published 16th March 2022 – into the TAS market suspension on 1st March 2022.
A short note about the AEMO preliminary report, published 4th March 2022 – into the SA market suspension on 18th February 2022.
In addition to this AEMC Rule Determination, I also noted that AEMO published this ‘RERT Contracted Report for 1st and 2nd February 2022’ back on 2nd March 2022: It’s a short 2-page report that: 1) Provides a list of a…
Catching up on recent developments, this AEMC Rule Determination (enabling AEMO to deal with ‘indistinct events’) caught my eye.
Polls have closed and counting has begun in the South Australian state election … and the NEM has thrown up this price spike as a reminder that energy policy will remain a focal point for whoever wins.
Does not look like demand will rise as high on Wednesday evening as it did on Tuesday … but the price still spiked.
Following Tuesday evening’s fireworks, we take a first look at whether Wednesday evening might be a rerun.
A short note about an unexpected Basslink outage that began yesterday morning.
A quick look at the supply-demand balance for the QLD on Tuesday evening 8th March 2022 … where it became very, very tight for a period of time (hence very low IRPM).
A short article describing the run of volatility seen in QLD on Tuesday evening, 8th March 2022
A short article to recap the new all-time-record in electricity demand in the QLD region on Tuesday 8th March 2022 (i.e. a typical summer’s day after the formal end of summer!)
Queensland ‘Market Demand’ has rocketed up to very close to an all-time record level by 17:00 on Tuesday 8th March 2022
Ben Domensino of Weatherzone examines the recent heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding across much of Australia’s eastern seaboard
A summary of the media references we’ve spotted since we released our GenInsights21 report in mid-December.
In this article we look more closely at 1st and 2nd February 2022 – and particularly at where and when the changes in rooftop PV occurred, narrowing our assessment to south-east Queensland regions. It follows on from Part A which inspected how Queensland rooftop PV output varied at the state level.
After a week offline with the floods, I’m back and took a quick look at a tight supply-demand balance forecast for QLD this Tuesday evening, 8th March 2022.
Widespread and heavy rainfall occurred across southeast Queensland during the week ending Sunday 27th February, 2022. The deluge produced some of the highest rainfall totals on record and extensive flooding. Did electricity demand drop in association with network outages?
This afternoon the AEMO alerted of a market suspension in the TAS region, which coincided with the failure of two undersea fibre cables that caused parts of the state to lose internet access.