Since the start of 2018, our customers have saved from purchasing from large scale wind and solar farms through Flow Power. See the savings
The average wholesale price for Queensland. See what the wholesale market has done this year in your state. See market trends
You can now secure renewable power for 10 years or more via our Virtual Generation Agreements. An industry first! Learn about PPAs in under five minutes
Over the last five years, buying wholesale has been at least 5.6% cheaper than fixed rate contracts.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will soon trial a multi million initiative for better electricity demand response in NSW, Victoria and South Australia.
Let’s take a look at what this is. The term bioenergy (sometimes called Waste-to-Energy) is the treatment of organic matter (i.e. biomass) to generate electricity or heat energy. It’s a process that turns overlooked organic sources into an economically profitable fuel source.Learn More
As one of the highest carbon-emitting power plants in the National Electricity Market, Hazelwood was capable of generating up to 1300MWh – that’s around 20% of Victoria’s capacity to generate electricity.Learn More
Following our annual survey, we’ve been making some improvements. On 18 March, we began refining our Weekly Market Report and Market Wrap to include two new data sources. This will improve the accuracy of the report, meaning you can plan your week in a way that makes the most of the market. We also updated how we report the Market Wrap in Wholesale Edge.Learn More
At the start of 2017, Flow Power asked its customers how their experience with us has changed their business and how they looked at energy. From your feedback, we created the following plan, which we will deliver this year.Learn More
Into January, temperatures increased as prices shot up across the country. As we moved into February, nationwide market prices in the National Electricity Market were higher on average.Learn More
Let’s take a look at what happened in SA during February 2017
On 8 February 2017, summer temperatures soared – a common trigger for a rise in energy demand. In fact, demand skyrocketed past 3000MW, causing the National Electricity Market to fall into an insecure state.Learn More