Tasmanian Energy Security Task Force Final Report

Posted by Rod Johannessen on 21 August 2017
The Taskforce reaffirms in its Final Report that Tasmanian's energy security is the responsibility of the Tasmanian Government, and it sets out its final recommendations to strengthen the frameworks that support the Government in achieving this responsibility. It is pleasing to have been able to assist the Taskforce in its work.  Oakley Greenwood, was engaged to assist the Taskforce work through the challenges facing the Tasmanian gas market in the context of overall energy security. The report can be found here http://www.stategrowth.tas.gov.au/tasmanian_energy_security_taskforce/final_report
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Oakley Greenwood at CIGRE Symposium Dublin

Posted by Jim Snow on 6 June 2017
This week Executive Director Greg Thorpe and Principal Consultant Alex Cruickshank are attending a CIGRE symposium in Dublin, Ireland attended by electricity experts from all continents.  Alex and Greg are members of CIGRE's Australian Panel on Markets and Regulation.  They are meeting with CIGRE colleagues examining international practices in tariff design, reasons for major change to markets, the impact of environmental policies on markets, capacity markets, technical issues with adding new technologies to power systems and price caps. 
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Understanding the Customer Drivers

Posted by Jim Snow on 4 June 2017
Jim Snow, Executive DIrector and Adjunct Professor UQ was invited as a Guest Author on the WattClarity blog on areas of deeper analysis - his paper is based on a presentation at the UQ Energy Initiative, Energy Express Series - it covers off disruption and the impact of state policies in an ideological battle for sustainability, the need to understand how and why customers are driving disruption and the need for industry stalwarts to refocus the business mdoels.  Can be found here: http://www.wattclarity.com.au/2017/06/energy-supply-disruption-understand-the-customer-drivers/#comments and attached.
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UQ Energy Express Seminar Presentation on key policy issues

Posted by Jim Snow on 19 May 2017
Executive Director and Adjunct Professor Jim Snow will present at the University of Queensloand Energy Express Seminar on the evening of Tuesday 23 May on "Regulatory constraints and policy issues in a transition to a low carbon economy" - he will join Professor Simon Bartlett who will present on "Powewr system security and volatility, and Queensland's role in a transition to a low carbon economy" - you can register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/panel-discussion-jim-snow-and-simon-bartlett-tickets-34058391566 - Over 200 have regsitered to attend already.
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Latest Paper on the Gas CRisis

Posted by Jim Snow on 9 May 2017
The latest paper on the Gas Crisis developed by Rod Johannessen, Principal Consultant and Jim Snow, Executive Director can be sourced here
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Tasmanian Energy Security Task Force Final Report

Aug 21 2017
The Taskforce reaffirms in its Final Report that Tasmanian's energy security is the responsibility of the Tasmanian Government, and it sets out...

Oakley Greenwood at CIGRE Symposium Dublin

Jun 06 2017
This week Executive Director Greg Thorpe and Principal Consultant Alex Cruickshank are attending a CIGRE symposium in Dublin, Ireland attended by e...

Understanding the Customer Drivers

Jun 04 2017
Jim Snow, Executive DIrector and Adjunct Professor UQ was invited as a Guest Author on the WattClarity blog on areas of deeper analysis - his paper...
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