Electricity is the quiet driver of our modern way of life. It powers the computers at our schools and life-saving equipment at our hospitals. It keeps our local businesses competitive in fast-paced, global markets. For many decades, our electricity system has provided cheap and reliable power for the people of NSW and underpinned our economic […]
When the IEA published its first Electricity Market Report in December 2020, large parts of the world were in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and its resulting lockdowns. Half a year later, electricity demand around the world is rebounding or even exceeding pre-pandemic levels, especially in emerging and developing economies. Read the full report […]
Australia’s clean energy transition accelerated again in 2020 as wind and rooftop solar set new records, battery storage came of age, and the hydrogen sector continued its rapid development. This all points to Australia realising its potential as a clean energy superpower. Read the full report here.
The National Electricity Market (NEM) is undergoing a profound transformation from a centralised system of large fossil fuel (coal and gas) generation towards an array of smaller scale, widely dispersed wind and solar generators, grid scale batteries and demand response. This transition has required adaptation by all participants, from generators through to customers, and is […]