Securing WA's energy future through innovation

Securing WA's energy future through innovation

WA
Jun 7
Profiling national discussions and economic strategies surrounding energy and energy policy have been an ongoing focus for CEDA for many years to demand clear, non-partisan ideas and policy solutions.

 

Speakers

Dr Anthony Marxsen, Chairman, Australian Energy Market Operator
Professor Kamal Alameh, Director, Electron Science Research Institute, Edith Cowan University
Tim Bray, Chief Executive Officer, Ecocentric Energy
Nicola Cusworth, Chair, Economic Regulation Authority

Event overview

Today, with an increasing need to transition away from coal and innovative technology offering alternative options for electricity generation and distribution, the need to examine Western Australia’s security of energy supply is imperative.

CEDA’s event, Securing WA’s energy future through innovation, brings together some of Australia’s most innovative organisations and economic policy regulators to discuss the next-generation technologies currently disrupting our energy ecosystem.
 
Facilitated by Nicky Cusworth, Chair of Economic Regulation Authority, the future sustainability and stability of Western Australia’s energy infrastructure and supporting economic policies will be the focus of this event. Attendees will be privy to hearing from organisations leading the innovation charge in renewables, energy distribution and analytics.
 
CEDA’s event, Securing WA’s energy future through innovation, is not to be missed.

Meet the keynote speaker

Dr Anthony Marxsen
Chairman, Australian Energy Market Operator

Meet the speakers

Professor Kamal Alameh
Director, Electron Science Research Institute, Edith Cowan University

Tim Bray
Chief Executive Officer, Ecocentric Energy

Nicola Cusworth
Chair, Economic Regulation Authority

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