Battery Storage Senior Consultant

We are pre-eminent providers of research, analysis, consulting and training to businesses and stakeholders across the Australian, GB and Irish energy markets, recognised by the Financial Times as a leading management consultancy for both 2019 & 2020 in the Energy, Utilities & environment Sector.  You can find us in Melbourne, London & Norwich and Dublin, […]

Baker McKenzie and Cornwall Insight Australia masterclass series

The National Energy Market (NEM) is currently undergoing a significant transformation and the Energy Security Board (ESB) has been tasked with leading the design and implementation of a NEM 2.0 that enables integration of high amounts of renewable energy in-front and behind-the-meter, along with retiring and new dispatchable power and various forms of storage technologies. […]

Quarterly benchmark power curve briefings

A comprehensive market and asset-level power price modelling service. Scenario-based “Neutral, High and Low” 20-year projections of electricity prices in Australia’s NEM. Our ‘Quarterly benchmark power curve briefings’ are the perfect opportunity for subscribers to the ‘Benchmark power curve’ to ask any questions you may have from our service, while getting a run down from […]

Energy markets spectrum briefing

We recognise we are in the midst of the low-carbon energy transition, where there are unprecedented levels of regulatory and policy changes. At Cornwall Insight Australia, we facilitate the transfer of information and share our knowledge of the energy market with you to help you navigate the transition to low-carbon future. Our briefings are especially […]

Quarterly regulatory and policy updates

We are in the midst of a radical change to the fundamental operation of the National Electricity Market (NEM). As the grid becomes more interconnected, distributed energy resources become more prevalent and generation transitions toward low-carbon energy sources, we are seeing unprecedented levels of regulatory and policy changes. At Cornwall Insight Australia, we facilitate the […]

Australian energy market investment forum

This is a free forum for banks and energy investors; a safe place to ask questions about what to look for in projects, how to understand the forecasting aspect of project due-diligence, interpret risks and opportunities, and understand the accuracy and volatility of data (results and assumptions). This is an interactive session where we will […]

Is interconnection the answer and should states go it alone?

With the Integrated System Plan released every two years, we take a look at the current market and evaluate whether more interconnection is really the right mechanism for providing lowest cost power to consumers.  We also review whether there are elements of the market that are not currently valued that we should be considering and […]

A closer look at gas markets: is gas a viable transition fuel for Australia?

With Australia’s gas markets now linked to highly-volatile international prices, is there a role for gas as a transition fuel in the NEM going forward? In this free webinar workshop, the intricate link between the east-coast gas market and the NEM will be explored. Participants in this session will engage in discussions to unpack what […]

Price variability in the NEM: a signal for flexible operation

The NEM is going through an unprecedented level of transformation as the supply mix becomes increasingly filled with variable renewable energy sources. In this free webinar workshop, we explore how the changing market is translating to increased intra-day price variability and the emerging opportunities for technologies to take full advantage of these price dynamics. Booking […]

The future of frequency services and balancing in the NEM

Balancing services in the NEM are limited compared to other markets around the world. In this free webinar workshop, we take a look at the current mechanisms in the NEM and how these markets continue to evolve. We then look to the future to see what new rules changes are affecting these markets and who […]