Our subscription price forecast product provides price outlooks subject to our assumptions and assessment of what is most likely to happen in the future. But if you want to understand how prices might respond under different circumstances, we can create bespoke scenarios and provide the analysis as a consulting engagement.
Examples of previous engagements include working with major industrial energy users to understand the impact on wholesale electricity prices of a carbon price, and the impact on prices of varying industrial load assumptions
Need to understand what's happening in the market, but don't need a price forecast? Perhaps you need to dig into the dynamics of new supply, or understand the coal and gas sectors. We can provide tailored market reports using our deep understanding of the energy industry and our detailed knowledge of existing generators and new solar, wind and gas plants in the development process
Prior market analysis consulting work includes an assessment of the benefits of large scale wind power for a major renewable project developer; and analysis for a hedge fund on a lithium producer as an investment prospect
Price forecasting and electricity market analysis can be a complicated business, and sometimes not a cheap one. We provide an accessible and affordable option for sense checking the input assumptions and outcomes from studies you have commissioned previously, or simply a second opinion for an important piece of analysis
We have provided a second opinion to electricity price forecasts commissioned by a major energy user, providing a transparent approach that contrasted with the 'black box' methodology of large consulting groups
Renewable energy PPAs can represent great value for energy users. But fluctuating wholesale power prices can make it hard to evaluate the right options. We can use our view on future prices and market understanding to provide analysis on the likely future risks in your supply agreements
Recent examples include an independent expert review for a renewable PPA to evaluate contract-for-difference (CfD) and mark-to-market risks for the buyer