Day One - in-depth learning sessions

Monday 24 May

In-depth Learning Sessions can only be attended in person and will not feature a virtual component.

plenary day   re-engineering the grid   future retail

                                                  C&I energy management   generation 2.0   

                                                        energy policy forum     register

09:00
SESSION A: Making the most of Demand Response - opportunities and risks in the market and in the market rules

Key takeaways:

  • Understanding the need for/value of DR in various applications - RERT, FCAS and the wholesale market
  • Lessons from Australian and international applications of DR… and how to avoid the pitfalls
  • Update on the status and prospects for the WDR Rule change
  • Implications of the ESB’s views and the AEMC’s two-sided market program

Facilitator:

Lance Hoch
Executive Director
Oakley Greenwood

09:00
SESSION B: In-depth market modelling workshop for Australian energy

Key takeaways:

  • Understanding the scope and limitations of modelling
  • Building energy models that recognise the interactions between electricity, gas and renewable energy markets to provide analytical and strategic advice
  • Scenario and planning analysis with financial and policy evaluation models,
  • Applying the results to regulatory pricing determinations and other analysis

Workshop leader to be announced

09:00
SESSION C: Australian Energy industry boot camp – become an instant expert

Specifically for professionals new to the energy sector, this workshop will take you through the multiple agencies and major players in the Australian market. If you are still figuring out the difference between DR and DER, this workshop is for you.

Key takeaways:

  • Brief history of Australian energy – why things are the way they are
  • Who’s who of regulatory bodies and how they interact

David Prins
Director
Etrog Consulting

09:00
SESSION D: Using data and analytics to create the right product and pricing strategy

Key takeaways:

  • Drilling down through existing customer data to better understand your customers
  • Understanding your customers perception of value and their pain points
  • Integrating consumer PV into pricing structures
  • How major International companies (energy and others) have re-developed their product and pricing strategies for better outcomes
  • Developing new product and pricing strategies to stay ahead in a competitive market

Facilitator:

Eva Feenstra
Director
Simon-Kucher & Partners