It’s time to choose the Australian Chart of the week of the year!

Each week, the Cornwall Insight Australia team of experts provide complimentary insight on the Australian energy sector through our ‘Chart of the week’ publication. Four Chart of the week finalists have been selected and we need your help to vote for the Australian Chart of the year winner.

By voting below you’ll go into the draw to win one of two special Cornwall Insight Australia prize packs including:

  • 1 x free Executive Summary
  • 1 x free access to Quarterly regulatory market alerts webinar
  • 1 x Cornwall Insight Australia cheese board set

Review the finalist’s Charts (login or register for free on our portal to view) and make your vote and entry below. Voting closes 17 December 2021. Winners announced December 21. By registering you can sign up to receive our free Chart of the week straight to your inbox.

Chart of the week #68 | Yesterday, [battery storage] was such an easy game to play

We took a look at 2020 to see how the revenues for battery storage projects changed.

Author: Ben Cerini

Date: 28 January 2021

Chart of the week #92 | Examining Victoria’s recent wind drought

This Chart examined a recent spell of low wind generation in Victoria, associated elevated prices, and how variable renewable energy generation is increasingly influencing price outcomes.

Author: Sandy Starkey

Date: 16 July 2021

Chart of the week #96 | No averages allowed: a look at recent NEM spot prices

In this issue, we took a “no averages allowed” approach looking at the recent trends in prices by visualising every half-hourly price from 2019 to 2021.

Author: Shaz Billimoria

Date: 13 August 2021

Chart of the week #99 | Feeding the future NEM – Eat some now. Save some for later.

We took a brief look at the curtailment of VRE in SA and the driver behind these volumes.

Author: Jake Dunstan

Date: 2 September 2021

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