AIE Newcastle | A Different Way of Looking at Our Power Systems
Venue: University of Newcastle
Date: Thu 21 Nov 2019 @ 4:45pm to 6:30pm
- low levelised cost of electricity
- good reliability of supply; • relatively easy planning, analysis, protection and earthing
- inherent transient storage; and
- safety is able to be handled in a sensible manner.
The advent of cheap solar panels combined with an explosion in the retail cost of electricity in Australia has meant that electricity consumers are now able to generate their own electricity at prices far below the retail price and even below the wholesale price offered by large generators. The first point in the list above is no longer true for Australia.
This talk investigates a scenario whereby the bulk of a systems energy is generated locally by small distributed generators and discusses how the problem of controlling this multitude of distributed sources may be able to be achieved.
The Speaker, Terry Summers is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Newcastle.
Dr. Summers has published over 100 refereed journal and conference papers and is a member of the IEEE and Engineers Australia.
6:00-6:30 pm: Panel discussion with speaker and a range of energy industry experts.
A brief (20 minute) Annual General Meeting will follow the presentation with all welcome to attend an informal dinner and drinks at the Jesmond Hotel.
Time: 4:45pm start for a 5:00pm start to 6:30pm
Venue: Room ES204 Engineering Science Building, University of Newcastle
Cost: Members Free | Non-members Free
Livestreaming: Available only to members FREE
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