A few quick pointers (on New Year’s Eve) about where peak demand might land this summer in Tasmania – so you have a chance at winning Competition #6
Some thoughts following the purchase of the Colongra peaking plant in the dying days of 2014.
A few pointers about where the peak South Australian demand might land this summer (relevant to our competition, and also for some very real considerations about the ongoing evolution of the NEM)
Spurred on by our competition (but with an interest that’s much broader) we have a look at how Queensland demand has trended – and find a couple of quite remarkable things occurring…
A topic containing articles, as we post them, about how to use our software – using real live examples.
Some tips about how you can use NEM-Watch v9 to narrow down your entry to Competition #2 this summer (peak QLD Regional Scheduled Dispatch Demand Target for extended summer period)
A quick look at how aggregate wind farm output has trended, over the history of the NEM
Our popular competition returns, with some added spice as a thank-you to clients who have supported us in our 15 years of operation.
Some quick thoughts about the mothballing of Torrens Island A station
Returning to the theme of inconsistencies where we allow for “socialising costs whilst privatising profits” here are some thoughts about the retail space.
Articles relating to events occurring through summer 2014-15
AEMO’s forecast showing Sunday evening’s electricity demand for Queensland could reach a new record with the 40 degree temperatures in South-East Queensland.
There are cycles in wind production in the NEM, and there are cycles in social media about the benefits and disbenefits of renewables.
Brief notes about Redbank station closure
A follow-on look at today
A quick look at what a four-legged horse race does to electricity demand
A colourful snapshot from NEM-Watch reminds us how the NEM often devolves to regional markets
First hot day we’ve posted about prior to summer 2014-15
A snapshot of generator size, by ownership
To augment today’s article in the Australian Financial Review, here’s an illustration of the growing oversupply.