Changes to FCAS requirements have tilted the markets back in favour of coal generators over renewables, and are now getting more revenue for services they had failed to deliver.
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Ever since the first large-scale solar farm was opened in Australia, we knew that the right wing in Australia’s political class had a problem with renewables, or at least certain types of renewables.
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Victoria renewable energy auction to deliver net benefits of $285 million, according to state auditor.
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Solar pushed the average midday price of electricity in Queensland close to zero in the September quarter.
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The rising carbon price is starting to have a real impact on coal generation in Europe, with coal output down sharply this year. Analyst Gerard Wynn paints the picture.
AEMC calls on the energy sector to prepare for digital disruption, predicting the sector will see its own Airbnb or eBay disrupters .
AEMC rejects push to change the way network losses are assessed, putting it at loggerheads with renewables industry and potential the market operator.