November Energy Market Review
NSW November 2020 Energy Market

It was a remarkable year in the electricity futures markets as we experienced record-low prices – the lowest in five years, throughout 2020. In November, we observed that all states …

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October 2020 Energy Market Review

October saw the emerging pattern of record-breaking renewable energy output, and low operational demand start to form into a solid trend. New minimum operational demand records were set in Victoria …

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September 2020 Energy Market Review
NSW Energy Futures Market Prices - September 2020

It has been a busy September 2020 for the Australian energy market. Energy futures prices fell from mid-September as the Morrison Government announced a suite of policies to support the …

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August 2020 Energy Market Review

Energy futures markets remain at rock-bottom prices, and we are continuing to secure ridiculously low contracts for our clients. “The deals we are securing are incredible. I haven’t seen anything …

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July 2020 Energy Market Review

Hopes of an early return to normal economic life faded in July as the second wave of Coronavirus rolled across Victoria and possibly into NSW. Energy futures markets have largely …

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June 2020 Energy Market Review
June 2020 Energy Market Update

Energy price volatility has crept back into the electricity futures markets after a short period of relative stability. The easing of lockdown restrictions combined with some minor unplanned outages sent …

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May 2020 Energy Market Review
May 2020 Market Update - New South Wales Electricity Futures Prices

Soft spot prices and rock bottom futures continued into the first half of May with mild weather, COVID-19 restrictions and plentiful supply all playing a part. AEMO released an analysis …

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April 2020 Energy Market Review
April 2020 NSW Electricity Futures Prices

Wholesale electricity prices continue to tumble as the energy market anticipates a COVID-19-induced reduction in demand. While demand in the National Energy Market is down for April 2020, the reduction …

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