Macro and micro level transformations of the National Energy Market (NEM) are impacting how the power system operates as well as the measures and resources required to deliver reliability and security for consumers. In this session, the AEMC will share perspectives on the growth of microgrids in the decentralizing network and the progression of the regulatory framework being positioned to leverage the opportunities microgrids offer to the energy economy.
Broad spectrum of work: embedded networks vs stand-alone systems
The importance of consistent consumer protection outcomes
Facilitating stand-alone systems within existing pricing structures
Proposed tiered framework: tailoring regulation to specific circumstances
Implementation and roll-out of updated regulatory arrangements
Microgrids are a technology which is considered to facilitate the modernization of the grid. But the value drivers for microgrids vary by customer, utility and regulator. This panel will look to outline the appropriate regulatory model needed to optimize the value of a microgrid and the multiplicity of angles which must be considered.
Technology innovation, increased DER and climate policy directives
Microgrids as an opportunity for the energy sector
Regulatory changes of the network: the current and future state of the Energy Economy
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Andrew.
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