The Major Energy Users Inc. have published this open document, commenting on the SA Government’s ‘bidding in good faith’ rule change proposal. The rule change proposal looks to address the observed use by generators of rebidding as a tool for increasing their revenue when market conditions do not warrant such an increase in revenue.
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Wednesday, September 10 2014
Major Energy Users Inc. comments on ‘cost benefit assessment of the demand response mechanism’ consultation paper
David Headberry, representative for the Major Energy Users (MEU), has written an open letter to the Department of Industry commenting on Oakley Greenwood’s Demand Response Mechanism (DRM) cost benefit analysis. The Major Energy Users Inc. is made up of more…
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…