The Symposium is sold out. Please contact Katja Wilmot on 03 9864 0919 to be placed on the wait list in case of any last minute cancellations.
The ATSE NSW Division will hold a one-day Symposium in Sydney on the impact of the Finkel Review on energy security and the future of the National Electricity Market. It will address the key issues facing the industry, investors, policy makers and regulators and explore further the challenges identified in its 2016 Symposium on the transition of NEM generation away from coal.
The recommendations of the Review Panel and the COAG response will have profound implications for the Australian economy for many years and will pose unprecedented challenges for policy makers, regulators and the energy industry.
This ATSE Symposium will bring together a range of distinguished speakers with unmatched expertise including experts both from Australia and two jurisdictions facing similar challenges – New York and the UK.
View the program (PDF) (updated 18/10/2017)
This Symposium provides a unique opportunity to gain an appreciation of the breadth and scope of the ramifications involved as well as contributing to an important national debate.
Registrations close 5pm Thursday 26 October 2017. Late registrations will not be accepted.
We understand that circumstances may change which have an effect on your ability to attend the event after it has been booked and paid for. Should your attendance plans change the following will apply:
Name change: A substitute delegate can be nominated to attend in your place at any time up to 24 hours prior to the start of the event. There is no fee for a change in delegate name up to this point. A name change within 24 hours of the start of the event will incur a 25 per cent administration fee.
Cancellation: Should you be unable to find a replacement and seek a refund, the following applies:
All name changes or cancellations must be advised in writing by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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