Tag Archives: Queensland

Article: Third peak Scheduled Demand in Queensland in 3 days - 9,924 MW at 16:50 Wednesday 14th February

A new peak Scheduled Demand and Operational Demand in Queensland today with Scheduled Demand still over 9,100 MW after 8 PM.

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Article: Queensland region sees a new record peak Scheduled Demand – at 18:50 on Monday 12th February

Queensland experienced a new record for Scheduled Demand for electricity today – but what’s particular staggering is how late in the day it happened!

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Article: High electricity demand forecast for Queensland – on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week

Looks like being an interesting day on Wednesday next week (14th February 2018) with high temperatures currently forecast for parts of both QLD and NSW

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Article: Queensland’s Scheduled Demand for electricity topped 9,000MW today (Wed 31st Jan) for the first time in summer 2017-18

Electricity demand in Queensland today reached 9072MW in the 16:40 dispatch interval, passing 9,000MW for the first time this summer.

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Article: Hot in Queensland today (Saturday 13th January 2018 with high demand, and volatility) but hotter still tomorrow

A quick review of a hot and sticky day in Queensland that saw high levels of demand reached on a Saturday – with demand peaks tomorrow forecast to be just as high (on a Sunday!). Today saw the first major price spikes in the Queensland region of summer.

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Article: Big ramp in QLD demand Thursday evening to be first time above 8000MW this summer

Queensland demand ramped up, after the sun had gone down Thursday evening, to pass 8000MW for the first time this summer

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Article: The first stage of the Kidston Energy Park powers up

With Genex releasing an ASX announcement of first revenue at Kidston Solar Farm, we use NEMreview v7 to have a quick look.

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Article: A selected (and evolving) chronology of the QLD Government’s involvement in the QLD Generation sector

Here’s a chronological record of key aspects of government involvement in the generation sector within Queensland.

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Article: Here’s three big reasons why spot prices in Queensland are higher than they used to be

A quick outline of what have been (in my view) the three key reasons why wholesale electricity prices in Queensland have risen, compared to 5 years ago.

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Article: Package of “reduce electricity prices in QLD” measures seen to reduce hedge contract prices

A quick look at how the wholesale contracts market reacted to the announced bundle of measures by the Queensland Government, aimed at reducing the cost of electricity to energy users.

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