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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Monday, September 15 2014
Ralph Griffiths from EnergyAustralia, has penned this open letter to the Department of Industry on behalf of EnergyAustralia. In his response, he states the key barrier to demand response in the wholesale market currently is “chronic oversupply, low prices and…
Thursday, December 5 2019
Following the deferral of the AEMC’s final rule on the establishment of what we see as a ‘Centralized Negawatt Dispatch Mechanism’ we take a quick look at some history.
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…
Thursday, November 15 2018
AEMC invites submissions on 3 different proposals for for “Negawatts” to be included in the price setting process for Energy
On 15th November 2018 the AEMC published this notice, inviting submissions regarding three different rule change proposals received to follow a COAG Energy Council request for the AEMC to look into This followed both: The AEMC’s earlier (2015) review of…