electricity industry

What the Water Sector Could Learn from the Electric Side

March 7, 2015 by Kate Zerrenner

Water Waste and Energy Efficiency

We know smart water meters are a critical component to better understanding our water use, but smart meters are only one part of the equation. What we really need is a smart water system. A more intelligent system could help people better understand their use and how to adjust behavior accordingly.[read more]

How the Electricity Industry is Blocking Solar Energy in Australia, Part 1

October 15, 2014 by Nigel Morris

The day to day reality for solar energy consumers and installers is that right across the country the majority of incumbent electricity companies are subtly implementing policies and procedures that slow the uptake of solar energy; and it’s getting much worse.[read more]

DNA Sequencing the Electricity Industry Death Spiral

January 25, 2014 by Nigel Morris

Electricity Industry Changes

Anyone with the slightest interest in solar, electricity or electricity prices couldn’t help but watch in awe over Australia’s hot summer break. The combination of changing demand, and extreme temperatures created a new set of scenario’s for our electricity industry. Things just aren’t the way they used to be.[read more]

Electricity Industry: JP Morgan and Market Complexity

August 14, 2013 by James Bushnell

JP Morgan has recently settled charges that its “creative” bidding practices represented market abuse (or manipulation) for just over $400 million. These kinds of abuses always bring on search for a deeper meaning in the direction of the electricity industry.[read more]