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09 Mar 2018

Insider 31: Reducing Artificial Price Volatility in the NEM

In engineering, designing to reduce or eliminate discontinuities and resulting shocks is good practice, delivering more robust and reliable operation as well as greater efficiency.

Insider 31: Reducing Artificial Price Volatility in the NEM

In engineering, designing to reduce or eliminate discontinuities and resulting shocks is good practice, delivering more robust and reliable operation as well as greater efficiency.

In this article IES CEO, Hugh Bannister, argues that this ought to be a design goal for NEM market machinery.  He considers two elements of the NEM market machinery that could be improved for smoother operation and lower ancillary service costs.  The changes required are not large, and could be built into the re-design of systems for 5 minute settlement.

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01 Jun 2016

WWF Launches its Power Sector Vision for the Greater Mekong Subregion

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), with IES and other WWF partners, released its power sector vision to spur the regional and global debate, as well as set out some concrete actions, leading to an achievable, affordable renewable energy future in the Greater Mekong Subregion.

WWF Launches its Power Sector Vision for the Greater Mekong Subregion

WWF worked with Intelligent Energy Systems and partners across the region to develop the most ambitious and detailed analysis of the Greater Mekong Subregion's power sector vision to date. Based on detailed technical power systems modelling of the Greater Mekong subregion, IES developed a regional plan and specific country-level plans for Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.  The power sector vision sets out sensible, cost-effective solutions to some of the region’s most taxing energy problems. The goal of the work was to spur a regional and global debate, as well as lead the way for concrete actions, leading to an achievable, affordable renewable energy future in the Greater Mekong.

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11 Jan 2016

Myanmar Energy Master Plan Launched in Nay Pyi Taw – 8 January 2016

On 8th January 2016, the Myanmar’s National Energy Management Committee (NEMC) officially launched the Myanmar Energy Master Plan.

Myanmar Energy Master Plan Launched in Nay Pyi Taw – 8 January 2016

IES is pleased to announce that on 8th January 2016, the Myanmar’s National Energy Management Committee (NEMC) officially launched the Myanmar Energy Master Plan at a ceremony at Hilton Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw, following an address by vice president U Nyan Tun.

Work on the Energy Master Plan, the product of work undertaken by IES in association with MMIC, commenced in 2014 under Technical Assistance to the Ministry of Energy under Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction administered by Asian Development Bank.  The integrated plan sets out strategies to ensure a sustainable, affordable and secure supply of energy for Myanmar over the longer-term.  These strategies take account of existing infrastructure, fuel supplies, availability of resources, competency in terms of technology and price, cooperation between the government, public and private sectors, environmental and social factors.

The government, ministries, international non-government organisations, private associations and the ADB collaborated to develop the Master Plan. 

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