AIE Sydney| Implementation of the NSW Electricity Strategy
Date: Wed 01 Jul 2020 @5:30pm to 6:30pm
Due to unforseen circumstances we have had to change the date of the presentation. Please note the new date of Wednesday, 1st July
In November last year the New South Wales Government released an electricity strategy - a plan for a reliable, affordable and sustainable electricity future that supports a growing economy.
The strategy includes
- delivering Australia's first coordinated Renewable Energy Zone
- saving energy, especially at times of peak demand
- supporting the development of new electricity generators
- setting a target to bolster the state's energy resilience, and
- making it easier to do energy business in NSW.
In this webinar, AIE will hear from Cameron O'Reilly and Chloe Hicks about the challenges and opportunities addressed by the strategy as well as an update on the delivery of the key components of the plan.
About the Presenters:
Cameron O'Reilly is Executive Director, Energy Reform and Investment with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
Cameron's role at the Department encompasses implementation of key initiatives in the NSW Electricity Strategy. Cameron also works with national market bodies on policy reform, participates in jurisdictional activities related to COAG Energy Council and serves as Deputy Jurisdictional System Security Coordinator for NSW. Cameron holds a Master of Management and Public Policy, a Bachelor of Economics and was awarded a Fulbright professional scholarship in 2009.
Chloe Hicks is Director, Energy Infrastructure and Zones with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
Chloe has worked for the NSW Government in the areas of energy, climate change, and water since 2013. Chloe is currently leading implementation of key components of the NSW Electricity Strategy including Renewable Energy Zones, priority transmission projects and a new case management service for reliability critical infrastructure. Chloe has postgraduate qualifications in policy and public sector management and is a Fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership.
Please note the change of date to:
Date: Wednesday, 1 July 2020
Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pm (Presentation and Q&A)
Venue: Online webinar – details provided once registered and closer to the date
Please note this is a webinar and you will receive the details after you register