Australia's energy future

Australia's energy future

TAS
Jun 20
Join Tasmanian Energy Minister Matthew Groom for insights into opportunities and priorities for the state in Australia's energy market transition.

Speakers

The Hon. Matthew Groom MP, Tasmanian Minister for Energy
Tasmanian Minister for State Growth
Tasmanian Minister for Environment and Parks
Ian Kay, Chief Financial Officer, Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

Event overview

CEDA welcomes Tasmanian Energy Minister, the Hon. Matthew Groom to outline the opportunities and priorities for Tasmania in Australia’s energy market transition.

This event will discuss:

  • State and Federal energy market reform agendas, including the Finkel Review and the Tasmanian Energy Security Taskforce Review;
  • The Federal Government’s blueprint for a multi-billion-dollar investment in Tasmanian hydro – described by Prime Minister the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull as “game changer” for the nation; and
  • How the Tasmanian Government is addressing volatility in the National Energy Market, including recent legislation to cap the wholesale power price.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Matthew Groom MP
Tasmanian Minister for Energy
Tasmanian Minister for State Growth
Tasmanian Minister for Environment and Parks

Meet the speaker

Ian Kay
Chief Financial Officer, Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

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