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.
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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