Cornwall Insight Australia’s ‘FCAS price curves’ are designed for lenders, equity investors, developers, and operators to support them in investment cases, budgeting, asset benchmarking and business planning.
The ‘FCAS price curves’ service provides subscribers with a 30-minute granular price forecast for all eight FCAS markets over a 15-year period. Our innovative forecasting model utilises a statistical bid- based approach at the DUID level to allocate optimal dispatch over the eight FCAS markets, while incorporating energy market information and dispatch from our industry recognised and widely adopted ‘Benchmark power curve’ price forecast model.
The service overview
Cost and revenue
The granular 30-minute FCAS curve data can be used to more accurately assess possible FCAS costs for a given load or generation profile compared to simple backcasting. Our FCAS curve data can be used to estimate and review FCAS revenues from new or existing assets to build trust in investment cases and trading strategies. Cornwall Insight Australia has also developed a storage investment model which uses our FCAS price curve to optimise FCAS revenues.
Regular explanation and context setting
We provide a bi-annual report containing FCAS price forecasts, market risk assessment and expert analysis on emerging trends. Coverage includes reviewing the introduction of new capacity, changing market volumes and technology participation, as well as analysis of captured prices, which provides a comprehensive yet focussed outlook on the prospects for FCAS markets in the NEM.
Access to expert advice
This service includes access to Cornwall Insight Australia’s industry experts. We seek and encourage open engagement between our experts and subscribers to ensure our service provides clear meaningful insights. Accordingly, the data and results from our models are more understandable and enable clients to confidently engage in the market and make informed business decisions.
For more information on our ‘FCAS price curve’ service, please download the service specification, or contact Benjamin Macey on +61 417 203630 or at firstname.lastname@example.org