Monthly Archives: October 2009

Rising Energy Prices, More Than Meets The Eye

Over the past two days I have attended the annual Energy Users Association of Australia conference, in which I have heard a number of speakers from various walks of life talk about issues that are relevant to large energy users.

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Some benefits of curtailability in Australia's National Electricity Market

A look-back at 11 years of NEM history to reveal the nature and measure of benefits large industrial energy users can gain from curtailability in the NEM

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Demand Side Response

A collection of articles to do with demand side response (otherwise known as curtailability or demand response) in the National Electricity Market

Conferences

Our reviews of conferences, and other events related to energy markets, that we have attended.

Lessons learned at the All Energy Conference

I’ve spent the last two days at All-Energy’s first Australian green energy conference and exhibition, set in Melbourne. I was sent down to learn as much as possible, and meet new contacts who may benefit from what we do. I didn’t know what to expect, but the conference proved to be informative and a very effective networking opportunity.

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