2014


Cost-benefit analysis of a possible Demand Response Mechanism

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,…



When the Levee Breaks

On Wednesday the founder and CEO of Altus Energy Strategies, Michael Williams published an article on WattClarity which outlined what topics need to be considered when businesses develop an energy strategy. Amongst the options discussed are methods of demand response…











GreenSync’s PeakResponse™ wins national iAward

GreenSync have been awarded a national iAward with their PeakResponse™ product winning the category of ‘superior ICT product’. The award follows GreenSync’s win at the Vicotrian iAwards in June. Managing Director Phil Blythe said “We think it’s just fantastic that…



GreenSync win Victorian iAward

GreenSync have been awarded a 2014 Victorian State iAward in the ‘Pioneer’ category. The award acknowledges GreenSync’s cloud-based PeakResponse™ system which “delivers network utilities and large energy users a holistic solution for managing peak electricity use.”


TransGrid put forward proposal for an $18 million DMIA

At the end of May 2014 TransGrid submitted a revenue proposal for the 2014 to 2019 period requesting an $18 million DM Innovation Allowance. In this proposal they outlined demand management innovation targeting collaboration, market understanding and development and technology…


Jemena release demand side engagement document

Jemena have now released their demand side engagement document for 2014. The document outlines the studies and trials planned to inform itself of the viability of potential demand side projects and a pre-qualification demand side engagement process diagram which outlines…


AusNet Services release DMIA Annual Report 2013

AusNet Services have released their 2013 DMIA Annual Report. AusNet Services were awarded a $3 million ($600,000 per year) Demand Management Innovation Allowance (DMIA) by the AER for the 2011-15 regulatory period. As a condition of the DMIA, AusNet must…