Ben Willacy of ITK Services provides his quarterly update on renewable project connection, commissioning, construction and commitment activity for Q1 2020.
Quick notes about a new peak in wind farm output across the NEM that occurred on Friday evening last week (1st May 2020).
Merry Christmas to Innogy, with first operations seen at the first phase of the Limondale Solar Farm
Guest author, Tristan Edis, looks particularly at the Queensland Region of the NEM, and an almost complete stop in the development of new renewables projects.
Today’s guest author, Ben Willacy, examines current trends in commisioning activity and new grid connections for new supplies in the NEM.
Guest author, Tom Geiser, discusses the different approaches to loss factors amid recent market proposals.
Guest Author, Nathan Potter, analyses the challenges and complexities of new generator development in the market and outlines common traps that can be avoided.
Some conversations with new generation developers about their prospective developments in northern Queensland has prompted some analysis to help them understand the size of the addressable market for them.
Conversations in the week following my post about “Villain #4” (being the deficit in required Energy Literacy) prompted some analysis relating to Marginal Loss Factors
Some notes (which will be updated later) about capital requirements for the Australian Electricity Supply Industry