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Apr-22 Energy Market Report
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Apr-22 Energy Market Report

The Australian east coast energy market has reached an important juncture as the market grapples with the renewable transition and absorbs the global impact of rising energy prices. Origin Energy's CEO Frank Calibri prediction that, “It's going to get messy”, has arrived.
23 min read
April market prices surge
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April market prices surge

Carl Daley
Carl Daley
The planets have aligned leading to unprecedented market prices in all mainland States, that will add to growing cost of living pressures. Despite election promises of lower power prices, the immediate future is moving in the opposite direction.
3 min read
Mar-22 Energy Market Report
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Mar-22 Energy Market Report

The month of March has been another significant month as Australia has not been immune from the global upward energy price pressures, by experiencing an unparalleled surge in energy costs for the forthcoming Australian winter, which has flowed through to forward prices for the next few years.
23 min read
Snowy Hydro crushes summer spot prices
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Snowy Hydro crushes summer spot prices

Carl Daley
Carl Daley
Summers are often a very strategic quarter, and this summer is no exception. Our reading of the tea leaves suggest that Snowy Hydro is successfully keeping NSW spot prices contained, to leverage their position.
3 min read
Feb-22 Energy Market News
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Feb-22 Energy Market News

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EnergyByte
February news was dominated by AGL and Origin Energy, although Andrew Forrest continues to push hydrogen opportunities. Power plant closures are brought forward while Brookfield with Cannon-Brookes make a move on AGL.
11 min read
Jan-22 Energy Market Report
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Jan-22 Energy Market Report

January 2022 delivered higher electricity and environmental certificate price outcomes in the NEM, while gas remained immune from the upward global LNG price pressure. An usual high level of baseload outages occurred in NSW, and wetter conditions filled the hydro power water storages.
10 min read
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