OGW has a suite of modelling for remote, edge of grid, embedded network and grid connected generation options, for a range of fuels, technologies, renewable penetration and market revenue scenarios. This is used extensively by mining companies and generation developers.
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.