Public Lecture

Public forum: Australia, the global renewable energy pathfinder

Australia is leading the world in the annual per capita deployment of solar PV and wind capacity.

Join our special webinar to discuss the latest official figures on deployment, and learn what is needed to ensure Australian leadership in the energy transition can continue.

Our expert panel of speakers comprises:

Mark Williamson (Clean Energy Regulator) on the latest solar and wind deployment trends.

Prof Andrew Blakers (ANU): on Australia as the global renewable energy pathfinder in areas including deployment rates, greenhouse emissions trends, and South Australia's goals.

Jenny Riesz (Principal, Operational Analysis and Engineering, Australian Energy Market Operator, AEMO): Technical integration of Distributed Energy Resources – An operational perspective.

Alex Wonhas (Chief System Design and Engineering Officer, AEMO): Yes we can – Australia’s future energy pathways.
The 2020 Integrated System Plan and Renewable Energy Zones.

Assoc. Prof Matt Stocks (ANU): The long term: 50-100% renewable electricity & energy (transmission and storage; increasing electricity demand from EVs and heating; FNQ connection).

Moderator: Dr Liz Ratnam, ANU

Introduction by Prof Ken Baldwin, ECI Director

This is a public event and it will be recorded for ANU TV

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