The state-owned Hydro Tasmania have agreed to give industrial energy users compensation for reducing production during Tasmania’s ongoing energy crisis. The Australian newspaper has published some updated numbers on the the deals estimating that the energy users are being paid up to $30 million in compensation, following on from Paul McArdle’s thoughts on the matter posted to WattClarity in March.
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Sunday, January 19 2014
Yesterday on WattClarity, we posted this article on how the demand response debate is heating up in Victoria and South Australia.
Wednesday, July 1 2015
Global-Roam Pty Ltd has been supporting a range of large industrial energy users with their Demand Response services for a number of years. DemandResponse.com.au has been created by Global-Roam in the past few months to provide everyone within the energy…
Wednesday, January 21 2015
Today Paul McArdle posted this article on WattClarity observing Queensland and Victorian demand over the past week. Paul commented on AusNet Services‘ Critical Peak Demand Tariff program and visualises the changes in demand for both Queensland and Victoria’s demand using…
Thursday, January 3 2019
The AEMC is currently considering 3 separate, but related, rule change proposals relating to a particular form of demand response in the NEM as noted here. Given our experience in supporting the growth of different forms of demand response in…