$5000 report

The $5000 report is published within 40 business days of the events occurrence.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 10 February 2017 (NSW/QLD)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 12 February 2017 (QLD)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 11 February 2017 (QLD)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 9 February 2017 (SA)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 9 February 2017 (NSW)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 8 February 2017 (SA)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 6 February 2017 (NSW and QLD)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 2 February 2017 (QLD)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

FCAS prices above $5000/MW - 18 October 2016 (SA)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.

Prices above $5000/MWh - 14 January 2017 (QLD)

The AER is required to publish a report whenever the spot price for electricity exceeds $5000/MWh. It also has an obligation to publish a report when the ancillary service price exceeds $5000/MW for a sustained period. These reports identify and describe the factors contributing to the high prices, including rebidding, network issues or changes to demand and generator availability.