Archive for the ‘New Versions’ Category

What new power stations are there in NEM-Review?

Friday, July 29th, 2011

With the upgrade to version 6.3, we’ve included the “Metered Generation” data for the following power stations: (more…)

Significant upgrade to NEM-Review released (v6.3)

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

We’re delighted to have been able to serve dozens of clients across the NEM (and around the world) with our NEM-Review service since 2001.

This week we have released another upgrade to the product.

1 – What’s new and improved in v6.3?

Based on client requests, we’ve delivered a number of enhancements to NEM-Review, including the following:

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NEM-Review 6.2.6 released

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

It’s free to upgrade to v6.2.6 as part of your current NEM-Review licence, and will take less than 5 minutes.

Upgrade the NEM-Review Analysis Client

V6.2.6 can be installed on top of a previous 6.2.x release, no need to uninstall the old version first.

  1. Download the Analysis Client installer here
  2. Run the Analysis Client installer. Detailed instructions are here.

The Analysis Client is now upgraded and ready to use.

NEM-Review 6.2.1 is here

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

In mid-July we released v6.2.0 of NEM-Review (the stable release of v6).

All of our current NEM-Review clients were upgraded to v6 at no charge, as part of their annual licence to the software.

As such, our clients are now enjoying the numerous enhancements in NEM-Review v6.

In every-day use of the software here at global-roam and at other companies, several issues have been uncovered. We’ve fixed the most obtrusive of these and released them now in v6.2.1.

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What’s New and Improved in NEM-Review v6?

Monday, July 5th, 2010

We’ve compiled this list to give you a better idea of the additions and enhancements we’ve made to NEM-Review v6, and how they can help you in your analysis of historical NEM data.

Data

New Datasets to Analyse

In NEM-Review v6 we’ve added several new datasets that can be used in any queries. So you have access to even more data without needing to download it yourself from other sources, or do manual calculations in Excel.

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