OGW has developed specific modelling capabilities to examine the options for delivering energy to mines and remote operations, and for repowering existing sites. This modelling is extensively used and updated for a range of technologies, fuels and supply options.
By: Lance Hoch
The Total Environment Centre (TEC) commissioned OGW to re-consider the applicability of a local use of system (LUoS) tariff for grid-side batteries operating in the low-voltage distribution network. We found that a much simpler and more economically efficient price signal would be provided by a cost-reflective tariff with two-way pricing that includes both charges and credits.
By: Jim Snow
This is the first release of three OGW Research Analysis papers planned. This paper is focused on the economics and roles of renewable gases in transitioning to a net zero emission energy sector in Australia. Read more here.