Winter 2016 in the NEM

Articles we write through winter 2016 about what we see happening then

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Ararat Wind Farm begins production in Victoria during August

Quick snap of Ararat Wind Farm starting up in August.

Another day where LOR2 notice issued for SA – what does it mean?

AEMO issued a Market Notice this morning for an LOR2 "Low Reserve Condition" in South Australia. Here's my sense of some of what's happening.

How have weather patterns influenced Victorian electricity demand so far this winter?

Our guest author, Rob Davis, provides insights on how weather patterns are contributing to electricity consumption this winter - particularly in Victoria.

Hornsdale Wind Farm starting up at a time in South Australia when every MWh matters

Recording early days of electricity production at the Hornsdale Wind Farm

Reviewing Q2 prices – short-term excursion, or more systemic change in pricing patterns?

Some initial analysis about the remarkable pricing outcomes seen across all regions of the NEM through Q2 2016

Exceptional pricing during Q2 in South Australia (but really across all regions) hurting major energy users

Some brief notes about a changed pricing pattern observed in Q2 2016

The opacity of distributed, small-scale solar PV output

A comparison of the output of the two different estimates now available for aggregate state-wide output from small-scale solar PV systems - the ARENA-funded APVI method, and a new method from AEMO

Update on “cost” of Tassie’s energy crisis

Some quick calcs to update a ball-park estimate on the cost of the Tasmanian energy crisis

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