Australia is experiencing unprecedented investment in large-scale renewable energy projects. As more sources of intermittent generation displace thermal synchronous generators, especially traditional coal-fired units, there has been a surge of interest in utility-scale batteries and other dispatchable energy and storage technologies. In his presentation at the Sydney Dinner, Paul will explore the role gas-fired generation can and should play in this transformation. He will also discuss the drivers behind the transformation electricity generation is experiencing, outline the challenges Australia has to address to maintain the affordability and security of energy while transitioning to lower emissions, and discuss the important role gas can play in Australia’s future energy mix.
Timing – 6.30pm drinks for a 7.00pm dinner
Cost – Members: $130 Non-members: $160
Table of 8 – Members: $1040 Non-members $1280
Registration is now closed. Please contact Charmaine at the APGA Secretariat on 02 6273 0577
Bookings and cancellations received before Friday 25 August 2017 will be fully refunded. Cancellations after this time will not be refundable, however, substitutions will be accepted.