HoustonKemp has been working with ElectraNet on a RIT-T assessment of options for electricity transmission upgrades on the Eyre Peninsula. We have undertaken the wholesale market modelling for the RIT-T assessment and also applied real option valuation – the first time this has been done formally for a RIT-T. Ann Whitfield, Tom Graham and Sam Forrest are presenting on this approach at the ElectraNet public forums in Port Lincoln (November 20) and Adelaide (November 27). ElectraNet’s RIT-T assessment can be accessed here.
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