CEDA Energy Series: Finkel review and the future market

CEDA Energy Series: Finkel review and the future market

Jun 26
At the final event in the CEDA SA Energy series, an in-depth analysis will be provided on the Independent Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market report, due for release soon.



Tony Wood, Energy Program Director, Grattan Institute
Sam Maresh, Country Leader, GE Australia
Mark Twidell, Director, Energy Tesla
Darren Hall, Partner, Deloitte

Event overview

The Independent Review (the Finkel Review) commissioned by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG), will provide key recommendations around the complex forces driving a rapid transition across the electricity sector. It will also provide a way to navigate the transition in line with consumer expectations for a secure and reliable service, at an affordable price, that delivers on our national emissions reduction commitments.

CEDA welcomes key energy sector thought leaders to provide us with an understanding of what the Finkel Review means and the likely response from energy market players including government, generators, distributors, retailers and – importantly – consumers.

Meet the keynote speaker

Tony Wood
Energy Program Director, Grattan Institute

Meet the speakers

Sam Maresh
Country Leader, GE Australia

Mark Twidell
Director, Energy Tesla

Darren Hall
Partner, Deloitte

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