In this note, Dr. Cau Thai shares some of his general observations about the independent audit of the bespoke firmness methodologies for non-standard qualifying contracts within the retailer reliability obligation mechanism.
The label ‘back to the future’ has become more common as a description of the latest developments in the electricity sector. In the recent past it has been decided the current arrangements for investment in the NEM are not fit for purpose. Ministers have effectively killed off the option of a market wide capacity mechanism and are progressively taking control of design of its replacement. Processes…
The use of renewable methane gases in gas power station technology looks to be an attractive alternative to large scale pumped hydro facilities, and the amount of gas required is relatively small. This would avoid the need for large dam developments and make use of agricultural capabilities, repurposing of gas infrastructure and provide long-term, skilled jobs for the power industry and regional workers….
Oakley greenwood new modelling indicates that carbon neutral methane gases (biomethane and renewable methane) show major economic potential for integration in the transition to net zero. Read more here.
It is with great satisfaction that the Executive Directors of Oakley Greenwood welcome two of our leading staff, Rohan Harris and Angus Rich, as additional Executive Directors.
Lance Hoch, Executive Director, presented to the Australian Institute of Energy SA on 10 November 2021. See the presentation and recording here.
Jim Snow is to give expert witness evidence on the afternoon of Monday 4 October 2021 to the APA Western Outer Ring Main Gas Pipeline Project Inquiry related to the transition to a Net Zero emissions energy market. Read more here.
Jim Snow writes a 2 page article regarding the overwhelming case for Renewable Methane Manufacture