Tag - Wholesale Market

Quarterly Wholesale Energy Market Update: April – June 2020

In this quarter’s update, watch David Guiver, Executive General Manager Energy Trading, along with Andrew Hines, Senior Energy Trader, talk about Small-scale technology certificates, electricity price outcomes for the various types of generation technology and material reductions in emissions intensity in the National Electricity Market.

This video has been prepared for information and explanatory purposes only and is not intended to be relied upon by any person. Customers should seek independent advice before making any decisions about electricity contracting arrangements.

If you…

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Energy Market Price Changes

Wholesale Energy Market Price Changes: Can You Take Advantage?

With Australian businesses squarely focused on responding to today’s uncharted challenges, it would be little wonder if you missed changes in Australia’s wholesale energy market prices. However, at a time when finding business cost savings is paramount, these price changes may present you with a chance to lower your business energy costs and take more control over your future power bills.
Changes in wholesale energy market prices
Wholesale electricity prices for the eastern states have reduced significantly since October 2019. With…

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This Summer's Energy Market Highlights

This Summer’s Energy Market Highlights

Ever wondered about the underlying events in the wholesale energy market? Let’s see what has impacted the Australian energy market over the summer.
Wednesday, 18 December 2019

Critical Peak Demand Day, as declared by AusNet – ausnetservices.com.au/Business/Electricity/Demand-Management/Critical-Peak-Demand-Tariff

Monday, 30 December 2019

High temperatures in Victoria, some coal-fired units were offline for maintenance and transmission line outages occurred.
AEMO dispatched RERT in Victoria in trading intervals from 5 pm to 11 pm – aemo.com.au/energy-systems/electricity/emergency-management/reliability-and-emergency-reserve-trader-rert
The Victorian spot price was $6,449/MWh for the period from 3 pm…

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