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Category: Energy Markets

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Know your NEM: All eyes on bond rate and utility earnings

Know your NEM: All eyes on bond rate and utility earnings

All eyes on bond rates and the results from the country’s biggest utilities, including AGL.

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Water does best in down month for cleantech stocks

Water does best in down month for cleantech stocks

Australian CleanTech Index slightly underperformed the wider market in January.

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Extreme weather, disappearing coal supply: another day on the NEM

Extreme weather, disappearing coal supply: another day on the NEM

Supplies cut by storms in Queensland and faulty sub-station in Victoria, while market operator warns of 1400MW of lost generation due to “coal supply” issues.

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Energy efficiency market report: A "spectacular" start to 2018

Energy efficiency market report: A “spectacular” start to 2018

Having brought 2017 to a close on a comparatively stable note, the VEEC market began 2018 in a far more spectacular fashion. ESC market has also started in a positive frame of mind.

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Rooftop solar most reliable source of new generation on NEM, says report

Rooftop solar most reliable source of new generation on NEM, says report

Rooftop solar has been installed by over 1.6 million households and is the most reliable source of steadily growing generation in the NEM.

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A Snow(y) job: He who pays the piper calls the tune

A Snow(y) job: He who pays the piper calls the tune

One of our main immediate criticisms of Snowy Hydro’s latest paper is its assumption that Snowy 2.0 is the only pumped hydro project capable of being developed in Australia.

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Renewable Energy Market Report: A cat among the pigeons

Renewable Energy Market Report: A cat among the pigeons

Following a generally stable end to 2017, forecasts suggesting the LRET will be met by 2020 have drawn a mixed reaction in the LGC market across January.

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The long and winding road to tariff reform

The long and winding road to tariff reform

In first of three articles on electricity network tariff reform, we look at Tariff Structure Statements, and why you should care about them.

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Tasmania wants to quit “broken” NEM as major parties agree it needs reform

Tasmania wants to quit “broken” NEM as major parties agree it needs reform

Tasmania’s Liberal government flags plan to quit NEM, as bipartisan Parliamentary report concludes electricity market is broken, needs rebuilding.

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Know your NEM week: Debate shifts to dispatchable renewables

Know your NEM week: Debate shifts to dispatchable renewables

Bond price jump may hit renewable energy projects; state Labor governments under threat; and debate shifts to dispatchable renewable energy.

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Greens call to buy back the grid, in power play against ALP

Greens call to buy back the grid, in power play against ALP

Australian Greens call on federal Labor to take a stance on ownership of the nation’s electricity grid, after unveiling a policy proposal that would seek to return it to public hands.