Energy Series: Disruption in Australia's energy markets

Energy Series: Disruption in Australia's energy markets

NSW
Nov 11
CEDA's NSW Energy series has explored the shifts and trends within energy markets for over 10 years. CEDA welcomes industry leaders and policy makers to discuss how ongoing disruption will shape the energy sector into the future.

Speakers

Ed McManus, Chef Executive Officer, Powershop
Rosemary Sinclair AM, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Consumers Australia
Gordon Wymer, Chief Financial Officer, Snowy Hydro
Kim Clarke, Chief Customer Officer, Energy Australia

Event overview

CEDA’s NSW Energy Series has explored the shifts and trends within energy markets for over 10 years. Over the course of the decade, never has the sector been in the midst of such transformational change.   

Technology enabled disruption has powered the growth in renewable energy which has impacted traditional wholesale and retail energy markets. In addition, technology has led to changes in habits of consumers in how they engage with their energy consumption.

How policy makers and industry leaders alike respond to ongoing disruption will shape the energy sector into the future and consumer expectations.

This event will examine:

  • The development and impact of incorporating renewables on the traditional energy market;
  • Australia's policy commitments under the Renewable Energy Target and the industry’s capacity to meet this commitment;
  • Enhancing consumer power in traditional energy markets; and
  • Anticipated outcomes as future technologies, such as battery storage, enter the mainstream.

Meet the keynote speakers

Gordon Wymer
Chief Financial Officer, Snowy Hydro

Kim Clarke
Chief Customer Officer, Energy Australia

Meet the speakers

Ed McManus
Chef Executive Officer, Powershop

Rosemary Sinclair AM
Chief Executive Officer, Energy Consumers Australia

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