The NSW Division of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering will hold a one-day seminar on the consumer perspective in electricity. With the recent demise of the NEG and the new Commonwealth Government’s focus on prices and the consumer, the ACCC’S recently released report on electricity affordability is now the key focus in energy policy. This symposium will provide a timely opportunity to hear first-hand from the Chairman of the ACCC and other prominent speakers and will be of interest to investors, policy-makers and market participants as well as the public. It will also explore the likely shape of the National Electricity Market post the Finkel Review, addressing developments since our 2017 symposium. However, the prime focus will be on customers and, in particular, how developments in the electricity sector will affect them.
View the program (PDF) (updated 25/09/2017)
Registrations close 5pm Wednesday 3 October 2018. Late registrations will not be accepted.
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