Renewables

At what rate is large-scale renewable energy systems likely to be installed in Australia through to 2030? Is supply likely to meet demand? And how many MWh have been committed so far?

Green Energy Markets’ Renewables Report provides comprehensive analysis of Australia's LGC market. Included in subscription is:

  • Quarterly Reports to provide comprehensive analysis of market activity and trends, assessments of the influences affecting prices, and projections of future market activity (supply and demand)
  • Monthly Snapshots to summarise market activity with the use of effectual graphs and charts, and provide news on policy and regulatory developments.
  • Annual Power Station Report, which identifies all renewable power stations in Australia and certificate creation by year and fuel type

Together, these reports aim to equip subscribers with a deep understanding of market conditions to inform effective business planning. 

An annual subscription to the Renewables Report is $2,000 plus GST.

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Subscription includes:

Quarterly Renewables Report

Quarterly Renewables Report

• Forecast supply: what will LGC supply look like to 2030?
• Forecast demand: what will LGC demand look like to 2030?
• Analysis of supply to meet demand
• Tracking LGC surplus (no new project commitments
• Renewable capacity required to meet future demand for LGCs
• Tracking LGC surplus (no new project commitments)
• LGC creation projections
• LGC pricing

Monthly LGC Snapshot

Monthly LGC Snapshot

• LGC creation by fuel type/month
• Hydro generation and storage
• Project and policy developments
• Historic LGC pricing
• Renewable generation in the NEM
• Tracking wind energy generation in the NEM
• Other relevant market matters

Annual Power Station Report

Annual Power Station Report

Annual Power Station Report

- Lists all Renewable Power Stations in Australia and their LGC generation by year and fuel type

Latest Reports

Renewables Report - Q4 2015
Included in the latest report by Green Energy Markets
To maintain a minimum 5 million LGC surplus, 4,400 MW of new projects need to be committed by the end of 2016. We have also considered lower levels of project commitment which may see the target not met for two or more years

INSIGHT: RET won't be met in 2018
We can expect over 1000MW of large-scale renewables projects including 450MW of large-scale solar to be committed this year.  We’ll still fall short of the Renewable Energy Target in 2018 but the problem lies with financier confidence, not a lack of economically viable projects.