Oakley Greenwood has published their final report to the Department of Industry detailing the ‘Cost-benefit analysis of a possible Demand Response Mechanism’. In May, officials from the department contracted Oakley Greenwood to undertake further analysis of the Demand Response Mechanism, including market modelling. Oakley Greenwood prepared a consultation paper which outlined the potential methodology and data sources which it will draw upon to undertake its analysis. The public consultation period for the paper opened on Monday 25th of August 2014 and closed on Friday 12 September 2014, during which time a number of stakeholders submitted responses including EnergyAustralia, Origin Energy, Energex and numerous others.
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Thursday, June 11 2020
The AEMC has today announced that the proposed Wholesale Demand Response Mechanism (a.k.a ‘Negawatt Dispatch Mechanism’) is still on track to begin in October 2021. The AEMC’s press release stated that requests to delay the implementation timeline were considered due…
Tuesday, October 22 2019
Yesterday on WattClarity, Paul McArdle wrote out some of his thoughts on whether the AEMC’s proposed centralised Negawatt dispatch mechanism (A.K.A. wholesale demand response mechanism) is a step in the right direction in the context of the bigger energy transition….
Thursday, September 29 2016
As part of its consideration of the Demand Response Mechanism and Ancillary Services Unbundling Rule change proposal, the AEMC commissioned Oakley Greenwood (OGW) to provide quantitative evidence regarding the amount of demand-response capacity that is currently available in the NEM…
Tuesday, October 13 2020
Linton Corbet has recently joined our team at Global-Roam after 7 years working in the AEMO’s demand forecasting team. Earlier today he published an analysis on the upcoming wholesale Demand Response Mechanism, in which he covered how the mechanism might…