MHC’s Breakfast Briefing Series – Grid Edge Markets

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In May MHC are hosting a series of breakfast briefings on the topic “The role of grid edge markets in Australia’s power system”

There has been a lot of talk, a number of big ideas and a whole lot of money on offer to help secure Australia’s power system. So far, most of the options have focussed on the big end of the system – new generation capacity, large scale storage and new interstate transmission interconnectors.

In this insightful and informative breakfast briefing, Marchment Hill Consulting contend that the key to a secure future power system lies at the grid edge – initially through active participation of consumers via their distributed energy resources, followed rapidly by the emergence of sophisticated distributed energy markets.

Neil Gibbs, Executive Chairman, MHC
Ryan Wavish, CEO, MHC
Bruce Thompson, GM Product Strategy, GreenSync
Philip Lewis, CEO, VaasaETT

TIME: All locations will start at 7.30 a.m. and conclude at 9.00 a.m.
MELBOURNE: Tuesday 2 May – Campari House, 23-25 Hardware Lane, Melbourne
SYDNEY: Thursday 4 May – Bar100, 100 George Street, The Rocks
BRISBANE: Friday 5 May – Mr & Mrs G Riverbar, Eagle Street, Brisbane

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You can access the speaker material via the links below:

Breakfast Briefing (MHC)