Democratisation of Energy

In just a few short years, Australia’s energy system has shifted from moving power largely one-way – from coal plant to premise – to a country with the highest penetration of rooftop solar anywhere in the world. Our energy systems are changing; digitisation has massive potential for consumers to participate actively in the energy system, and decentralisation is giving ownership and agency back to communities. But does this mean power will flow (truly) to the people?

At this event, hosted with Women in Energy, our expert-industry panel will explore what customer centricity in energy actually means, and how can markets shift to create and capture new value that delivers on the social and environmental outcomes people want.

Gavin Dufty

Manager of Policy and Research, St Vincent de Paul Society

Lucy Carter

Head of Scenario Planning and Strategy, AGL

Melissa O’Neill

General Manager for Corporate Affairs, CitiPower Powercor

Rhod Ellis-Jones

Principal at Ellis Jones and co-founder of the Shared Value Project


Facilitated by Melinda Scaringi, Director at Ellis Jones

Date: 25 June 2018
5:30pm registration for a 6:00pm start
Venue: Powercor, 40 Market Street, Melbourne CBD

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