Solar and wind are rapidly changing energy markets. As this graph of the day shows, baseload generation may be redundant within a decade.
Today’s graph of the day shows that wind farm output often coincide with periods of peak demand high wholesale prices.
The challenge to address climate change often appears overwhelming. But are we trying to make it too complicated? Let’s imagine a bathtub filling with water. We need to turn off the tap and take out the plug.
Australia boasts some of the highest ‘churn’ rates of electricity customers in the world. Special offers made to switching customers are subsidised by the majority.
Australia’s electricity prices have jumped further than other countries in the last five years, mostly due to network costs. Little wonder solar is attractive.
Different days in a Californian winter, different stories to tell about the role of renewables in the California energy market.
A series of graphs that show how wind, solar and other renewables will push coal and gas out of the Australian energy market.
What will electricity prices look like in Australia in 2020? The predictions from AGL Energy may surprise you.