Monthly Archives: March 2016

Victoria's demand response opportunities analysed

Our Guest Author, Mike Williams, has posted his final piece of an initial series of articles about the opportunities for end users in the mainland regions of the National Electricity Market.

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Diesel gensets start popping up across Tasmania

The first of the diesel gensets startup in Tasmania, and make their way into the data feed.

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Pool Pass-through and DSM Opportunity and Risks in New South Wales

Mike Williams, our guest author, has returned to post some more analysis on the specifically-focused demand response site about the opportunity and risks with pool price pass-through strategy and DSM in New South Wales.

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Some thoughts on the shaky state of Tassie electricity supply

Recapping what I’ve learnt (and highlighting some of the things I have yet to learn) about the electricity supply crisis currently facing Tasmania

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How small-scale solar PV is helping to moderate peak demand

Quick notes about how solar PV is helping to moderate peak demand (but some considerations relating to using rules of thumb about its effect).

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Autumn 2016 in the NEM

A collection of articles focused on what’s happened in Australia’s National Electricity Market through the autumn period (March, April, May) of 2016

Assessing the opportunity for Demand Response in Queensland

Our guest author, Mike Williams, has posted some analysis (over on the specially-focused Demand Response site) looking at the benefits of spot exposure and Demand Response in Queensland

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My review of the South Australian region for January and February 2015

Our guest author, Mike Williams, has prepared a review of January and February 2016 in the South Australia – and what it would have meant for energy users with spot exposure, using Demand Response

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