So who was the winner of our “Best Demand Forecaster in the NEM” competition for summer 2010-11?
Who’s the best demand forecaster in the NEM?
Some analysis of entries received in our “Who’d the Best Demand Forecaster in the NEM” competition for summer 2010-11
Our Christmas competition is back.
For those of you who are soldiering through the silly season, keeping the lights on in the NEM, here’s some light-hearted relief (and the chance to prove yourself the best demand forecaster in the NEM).
A look at who won our competition for winter 2009 – and proved themselves to be the “Best Demand Forecaster in the NEM”!
A couple of weeks ago, we opened for entries in our “Best Demand Forecaster” competition – run for the first time during winter.
Entries closed on Monday 29th June (2 weeks ago now) but we have only just found the time to do some analysis of the entries we received, which we have summarised in the following graph…
The “Who’s the Best Demand Forecaster in the NEM?” challenge for winter 2009. Tell us the peak demand for this winter by 9AM Monday 29th June, and win your choice of espresso machine.
We noted yesterday, in the midst of the excitement, that the previous NEM-wide demand record had been beaten, by virtue of the heatwave assaulting VIC and SA over the day. We spoke too soon, however, as demand continued to climb through the afternoon.
An overview of the final range of estimates received for the peak demand guessing competition of summer 2008-2009.
An overview of the estimates to date for the peak demand guessing competition of summer 2008-2009.
Guess the peak demand for summer 2008-2009 and win a “Beefmaster Premium 6 on Side Burner Cart” barbeque.
We did not run the competition for summer 2007-08, but we did have, however, some occasions to perform analysis of summer 2007-08.
The results of the peak demand forecasting competition for summer 2006-2007.
The results of the peak demand forecasting competition for summer 2005-2006.