Completing our walk-around-the-NEM, today we look at peak demand in Queensland over summer 2014-15Read More
Summer 2014-15 in the NEM
Continuing the theme of investigating peak metrics over summer 2014-15, today we look at peak wind output (aggregate across the NEM).
One of our guest authors, a meteorologist, lends his expertise to helping us understand one of the reasons why peak demand for summer 2014-15 was what it was.
Today we have a look at what mark Tasmania reached with peak demand over “extended summer” 2014-15
Continuing the theme started last week, today we look at what the peak NEM-wide demand was for “extended summer” 2014-15.
Continuing our walk around the NEM, today we analyse what happened with South Australian electricity demand over the extended summer period 2014-15 – with a particular focus on peak demand
Following our assessment of NEM-wide demand this summer, we turn our attention to Victoria today to see how similar the story is for that region in particular.
Some analysis of what happened with NEM-wide demand this summer
What’s summer shown us so far, in terms of where peak wind output has landed (and why are we surprised).
A massive (60%) instantaneous reduction in Tassie’s electricity demand in the early hours of this morning caught our attention.
What do the forecasts received for peak NSW demand this summer tell us about the various debates currently underway in terms of network regulation and industry transformation?
Notice of a “Critical Peak Demand Day” for Victoria tomorrow draws our attention down south to see what the forecast is showing.
Some analysis of gas-fired generation in Queensland, with the first LNG exports steaming away from port.
With only 4 days remaining (till Fri 9th Jan) here’s some tips about what the peak NEM-wide demand might be this summer, to help you submit your forecast before the deadline.
Some analysis of how demand in Victoria has trended over 16 years – at least in part to help competition entrants provide their forecasts of what they think the peak Victorian regional demand will be for summer 2014-15
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…
Some quick thoughts about the mothballing of Torrens Island A station