• Press Releases

    Incidents of price cannibalisation of renewable assets on the rise

    Research from Cornwall Insight Australia shows that the growth of variable renewable energy (VRE) generation significantly impacts their captured price. In fact, in FY18, 98% of the grid-scale solar generation volumes captured prices above $50/MWh. However, this has reduced to 12% in FY21. On top of this, wind and solar...

  • Media Mentions

    Renewable Energy Magazine | Market design

    Issues around the current electricity market design acting as a barrier to investment are explored in our latest insight paper – The net zero paradox: Challenges of designing markets to bring forward low marginal cost resources and featured in Renewable Energy Magazine. Inevitably, as we head closer towards a net zero...

  • Media Mentions

    PowerTechnology | More renewable technology required

    Research from our market and asset-level power price modelling service ‘Benchmark power curve’, predicting that up to ~46GW of new-build renewable technology ̶ ~11GW onshore wind, ~10GW solar, and ~25GW offshore wind may need to be developed by 2030 was featured in PowerTechnology today. The net zero target is defining...

  • Media Mentions

    reNEWS | Price cannibalisation

    We were asked to comment on price cannibalisation in ReNews today. c Price cannibalisation is the “depressive influence on the wholesale electricity price at times of high output from intermittent, weather-driven generation such as solar, onshore and offshore wind”. reNEWS