• UPDATE: Modelling the interaction between the NEG and State RETs

    While initial modelling of the NEG has been undertaken for the Energy Security Board, to date, analysis is yet to fully consider the interaction between the proposed policy and state […]

  • Service Alert: Update to the RepuTex Connect client platform

    Dear Subscriber, RepuTex recently released an update for its REPUTEX CONNECT client portal, providing a new home for our Australian electricity and carbon price insights. RepuTex Connect brings together our […]

  • Goodbye Gas, Hello Pumped Hydro – Liddell extension and the impact of Snowy 2.0

    In the absence of a Clean Energy Target, the extension of Liddell and the expansion of the Snowy Hydro scheme represent the two core pillars of the government’s energy policy […]

  • REPORT: Setting the Clean Energy Target – Implications for industry & Australia’s 2030 target

    The ambition of the government’s Clean Energy Target (CET) will not only establish the timeline for the phase out of emissions from Australia’s electricity sector, but will also have implications […]

  • REPORT: It’s the economics, stupid. Scenarios for the NEM wholesale price to 2030

    In this update, we present our updated outlook for black and green wholesale electricity price in the NEM to 2030, accounting for current policy settings, along with scenarios for a […]

  • ARTICLE: A cost curve for abatement & energy storage in the Australian power sector

    A quantitative study of emissions reductions in the Australian electricity sector, and the “full cost” for renewables to provide reliable energy supply, including energy storage technologies. To meet its current […]

  • REPORT: The Energy Trilemma – A cost curve for abatement & energy storage in Australia

    In this Market Update, we introduce our latest market study “An Energy Trilemma: A cost curve for emissions reductions & energy storage in the Australian electricity sector “, providing quantitative analysis […]

  • WEBINAR: Australia’s Future Energy Pathway – The new shape of the NEM to 2030

    “The traditional view of the NEM – underpinned by cheap coal and flexible gas fired power – is a thing of the past.” In this webinar, we go behind the […]

  • Powering Down? Electricity price impacts of coal generation exit from the NEM

    In order to meet Australia’s 2030 emissions reduction target, a significant change in the operation of the electricity sector will be required, driving the decarbonisation of the National Electricity Market […]

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