Australian Energy Daily published the below article outlining that the retailer lobby group the Australian Energy Council has commissioned a report showing that most consumers would benefit more from a reference price than a default market offer. Read more here.
AEMO is performing a scoping study to explore additional enhancements to the Natural Gas Services Bulletin Board (Bulletin Board). Read more info here.
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…
Hydro Tasmania has recently released the report “Battery of the Nation: Analysis of the future National Electricity Market, April 2018” to which Oakley Greenwood contributed. Read the report inside.
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.
Oakley Greenwood is pleased to announce the public release of the Gas Price Trends Review 2017 which documents Australia’s national and jurisdictional wholesale and retail gas price history from 2006 to 2017.
It is interesting to consider the impacts and opportunities on the gas industry from the Finkel Review recommendations. Check out what our Gas team has to say.
OGW Report “Review of the Thwaites report and associated research” (Hoch and Harris) was prepared for the Australian Energy Council who claim that it “casts doubt over the analysis attached to the Thwaites Review of Retail Markets in Victoria”
It is pleasing to have been able to assist the Taskforce in its work. Oakley Greenwood, was engaged to assist the Taskforce work through the challenges facing the Tasmanian gas market in the context of overall energy security.
The adoption and development of new energy technology, such as rooftop solar PV and battery storage systems, continue to fuel discussion about the future of the electricity grid. The ESAA Edge of the Grid report takes a closer look at the potential for new ways of delivering energy to those on the edge of grids.
This report is focused on identifying the potential cost impacts, for both the upstream and downstream networks of the wholesale service provider (i.e., Sydney Water or Hunter Water) resulting from the operation of a recycled water plant.