Tag Archives: concerns of energy users

Article: Energy Users as the “victim” in the train wreck that’s unfolding before our eyes

A few thoughts about how energy users (including each of us) are the main victims in the unfolding train wreck that’s become of this energy transition off the rails.

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Article: Energy Supply Disruption – Understand the Customer Drivers

The energy supply industry is now a case study of major disruption and this is causing chaos. We are now witnessing the simultaneous high prices in electricity and gas – importantly at the commodity level – not network driven this time – although that just changed with the AER loss – more petrol on the fire.

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Article: Puzzling through three rule change requests

Some ideas that I have been puzzling over – about the overlaps and contradictions between 3 rule changes under consideration at the AEMC currently
1) The Demand Response Mechanism (better known as the Negawatt buyback mechanism)
2) The Bidding in Good Faith deliberation
3) The Requirement for Price-Responsive (large) Demand to bid into central dispatch

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Article: Price Response of Large Energy Users could Affect Peak Summer Demand

One of our guest authors speaks, from their experience, how price-responsiveness of large industrial users (particularly with high contract prices for Q1 2016) might impact on peak demand this summer

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Article: Why large energy users are concerned about last week’s machinations in South Australia

Pondering more implications of the boom/bust pricing witnessed in the South Australian region last week…

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Article: When The Levee Breaks

Our guest author (Mike Williams) shares some practical tips for how energy users can brace themselves for the rising tsunami of energy costs

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Topic: Concerns of Energy Users

Here’s a growing collection of articles we’re putting together with respect to the concerns of energy users.

These articles are informed by interaction with a wide range of large commercial and industrial (C&I) energy users in a variety of different settings:
1)  One-on-one interactions with our clients and others in their offices or industrial facilities; and
2)  Collective interactions through conferences (such as those posted about here), through EUAA Members Meetings, and through other events.

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