Tag Archives: Victoria

Article: Reviewing the pattern of spot prices for Q2 2018 suggests that we’re far from out of the woods, yet

Returning to the theme of analysis of Q2 prices (completed in 2017 and 2016 due to Q2 historically being an uneventful period) we see that prices have backed off from the “off the charts” level of 2017, but are still much higher in all regions than most other regions. In some cases results are second worst in 20 years.

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Article: Electricity demand stopped declining after 2014 (on a NEM-wide, Annual Average basis)

A comment made by TransGrid at the Energy Networks 2018 conference today jolted me to update my (somewhat) outdated paradigm of declining demand.

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Article: Available Generation reduction across Loy yang A and Loy Yang B over Sunday evening was only 420MW

A brief look at the numbers with the temporary coal supply issue affecting Loy Yang A and Loy Yang B overnight

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Article: Victorian demand rises above 9,000MW – which (in combination with other factors) leads to a volatile day in the southern regions

On a day when high temperatures drove demand in Victoria above 9,000MW (and NEM-wide demand above 30,000MW) we saw some price volatility – with prices in VIC and SA up around $14,000/MWh

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Article: Sunday 28th January sees Victorian electricity demand (Scheduled, and Operational) above 9,000MW

Yesterday (Sunday 28th January) saw electricity demand (both Scheduled and Operational) above 9,000MW in the heat. Others have noted this was the highest-ever non-working day demand in Victoria, but I have not delved in detail.

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Article: If I were going to perform an objective review of what happened last Thursday 18th and Friday 19th, here’s a couple things I would look into…

A starting list of all the factors I would like to delve into, in order to perform an objective review of what happened last Thursday and Friday in Victoria and South Australia

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Article: Some perspectives on events last Thursday and Friday

Some observations about the events across Victoria and South Australia of Thursday 18th and Friday 19th January 2018.

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Article: AEMO dispatches Reserve Trader into a boiling Victorian region on Friday 19th January 2018

Reserve Trader dispatched

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Article: AEMO announces intention to (possibly) intervene in Victoria for Friday 19th January (by invoking Reserve Trader)

AEMO announces the possibility of dispatching “Reserve Trader” tomorrow to address a forecast tight supply/demand balance.

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Article: Tight supply/demand balance forecast for SA, VIC and TAS on Thursday and Friday

With high temperatures forecast for Thursday and Friday, here’s a quick look at what might be in store…

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