article (and abstract) about::
A unique 500-page report card – the Generator Report Card – that maps the history of the National Electricity Market since its creation two decades ago, along with some observations and warnings about the hurdles ahead.
It is published by Global-Roam, the Brisbane-based data wonks and market analysts who provide the popular NEM-Watch widget and who write from time to time on the website Watt Clarity.
This report is so chock full of details that it is too much to cover in one article. More stories will inevitably emerge over time as we digest the data-rich pages, but here are some initial observations that leapt to our attention. Energy transition has only just begun, but solar has already changed the game
First detailed generation report highlights growing influence of renewables on the grid but notes the transition has only just begun, and there are hurdles ahead.
So perhaps watch renew economies
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