A new Oakley Greenwood report has found that the majority of customers in South Australia are not interested in paying more for higher levels of electricity supply reliability. The report quantified Australian customers’ willingness to pay for additional reliability in their electricity supply, and their willingness to subsidise improvements in areas that receive materially lower levels of supply…
Greg Thorpe is speaking at EnerCon 2018 being held in Manila, this week. Read more here.
Executive Director, Greg Thorpe, and Principal Consultant, Alex Cruickshank will be attending the CIGRE 2018 Session in Paris in the last week of August. The CIGRE Session is held every two years and attended by over 4,000 delegates from all continents across six days. The Session covers a wide range of technical and market aspects of electricity. Over 80 delegates typically attend from the energy…
Oakley Greenwood’s, Principal Consultant, Angus Rich will be attending the Energy and Mines Conference in Perth on Wednesday 27 June and Thursday 28 June.
Rod authored a chapter on changes to the structure and commercial aspects of the gas transmission industry in the 2017 Gas Price Trends Review. Read more here.
A discussion paper prepared by Rod Johannessen has been released by the COAG Energy Council on the gas transmission sector. Read more here.
Alex Cruickshank presents at CIGRE Information Session on capacity mechanisms, demand side response, and pricing and cost allocation. A very informative workshop.
The Oakley Greenwood gas team where approached by local Kogas representatives about doing an interview with leading Korean daily newspaper, Seoul Economic Daily.
Jim Snow, Adjunct Professor at University of Queensland Energy Initiative will be Chairing the upcoming Next Generation Day at the Australian Energy Week 2018 covering Stream 2 on Day 3 (Thursday 10 May).
This article was published in the Energy Source and Distribution Magazine – Mar/Apr 2018 issue.
Ahh, the NEG, the National Energy Guarantee. Resolving the policy impasse that has plagued the energy sector for a number of years is high on the to-do list of many people. Many articles are appearing summarising its intent and praising its objectives, and those views are not repeated here.
Rohan Harris observes the differences between regulatory arrangements that have up until recently been applied to electricity network businesses and water businesses. Read more here.