Timeline of Developments

We’ve begun adding data for the WA electricity grid into NEMreview v7

It’s early days, but we thought it worth noting that we’ve started adding in some data for the South-West Interconnected System (SWIS) in Western Australia, as highlighted in this image of the data selection interface: For clarity, we should note that this data augments what was already there for Western […]

Green prices (for LGCs) now included in NEMreview v7

As shown in this example created for Tuesday’s article “Initial questions about the LGC market” over on WattClarity, we’re pleased to have been able to work with Green Energy Trading and include a time-series data set of LGC spot prices into NEMreview v7, with data back to the start of […]

Energy-sector analyst, David Leitch, uses NEMreview to calculate wind farm capacity factors for 37 wind farms

On 22nd August 2017, Energy sector analyst (and frequent author on RenewEconomy), David Leitch, published this analysis of average capacity factors of 37 wind farms installed across the southern half of the NEM (there are not yet any significant wind farms in the northern half). 1)   Calculating capacity factors […]

Large-scale generation certificate (LGC) registration data now available in NEMreview v7

The LGC registration data published by the Clean Energy Regulator (CER) is now available in NEMreview v7, with data back to 2001. Large-scale renewable energy projects are entitled to create an LGC for each one MWh of renewable electricity generated above the power station baseline. The number of certificates created […]

Number of weather stations included in NEMreview v7 expanded to total 1,395

As noted in this example a month ago, we initially incorporated weather data for a more limited number of BOM measurement points into the earlier betas of NEMreview v7. This was perhaps acceptable for clients when their interest was related to how temperatures were affecting regional demand levels (because the […]

NEMreview v7 beta used to highlight wind speeds in cities close to TC Debbie

In the afternoon of Tuesday 28th March, we posted an article on WattClarity “TC Debbie dampens electricity consumption in Queensland” which provided a view of wind speeds in locations reasonably close to the path of Tropical Cyclone Debbie. Here’s what we were able to chart at the time (using wind […]

Physical (AEMO) and Financial (ASX Energy) data combined again in example about Hazelwood

With the closure of Hazelwood Power Station looming, interest in electricity prices was heightened – hence we posted another article on WattClarity “With the closure of Hazelwood looming, hedge contract prices climb skywards” on 14th March. Here’s the chart again: We’re delighted to be able to provide our NEMreview v7 […]