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Analysis and Opinion

Virtual Power Plants are here to stay

When the National Electricity Market (NEM) was established, generators provided both energy and stability services. Consumers were passive, using energy when needed. In the 1990s it was difficult to foresee that households would be able to provide energy or ancillary (balancing) services. However, in recent years there has been rapid…

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Part II: Why you need a Demand Response strategy

In my last post, I described what I believed Demand Response is, and isn’t. I described Demand Response as being where a third party, such as a Utility, has a need for a consumer to reduce their electricity during a specified period. In this post, I explore why you should…