A week of unusual occurrences in the South Australian energy space fascinated many onlookers, particularly large energy users.
After fielding a number of calls from large energy users in South Australia who were wanting to know what was going on, our CEO, Paul McArdle wrote this article on WattClarity to explain why they were concerned, to note observations about what happened and to state the possible implications for the future.
We were very proud to announce that an early release of NEM-Watch version 10 is now available to existing clients. The new release features a refocused NEM-Watch portal, enhanced clarity in the display, easier communication, new data delivery mechanisms, the ability to program operations for newer versions of windows, the ability to program overseas operations along with other miscellaneous bug-fixes and tweaks.
This release is in line with our commitment to never give up striving to improve and our commitment that our customers will always come first.
One of our government department clients has recently left us a comment after using NEM-Watch and NEM-Review for an extended period of time:
“Thank you very much for your excellent service. We, at the Department, highly value both of your products (NEM-Watch and NEM-Review), which we use on a regular basis and find them extremely useful in the provision of any NEM related data analysis”
Dr T S Prasad – Manager Analysis & Modelling, Department of Water & Energy
7th of April 2008
It’s fantastic to see that government departments are continuing to get value out of our products, particularly when generating context-sensitive insights into data.