Power Session Webinars

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upcoming Power Session webinar

19 March 2024 | 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM (AEDT)

State of the Art in Virtual Power Plants (VPP)

The evolution of behind-the-meter devices is changing consumers’ needs, value drivers and the optimal mix of products and services. Virtual Power Plants (VPPs) can unlock industry benefits, a portion of which can be passed back to ‘prosumers’, revealing opportunities for both parties in navigating the changing energy paradigm. Join us for an insightful webinar that explores the state of the art of VPPs across Australia’s dynamic energy landscape. 
This webinar will cover:
  • VPP operator and consumer benefits
  • Incentive structures and contracting trends
  • Frequency Control Ancillary Services (FCAS) market opportunities
Register today to learn more about the transformative impact of behind-the-meter devices and virtual power plants on the Australian energy market

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As a series, the Power Session webinars aim to address the energy industry’s complex analytical challenges. Session topics broadly cover decarbonisation, decentralisation, and digitisation informed by real-world expertise and results from recent analysis and solutions.

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Overcoming the Grid’s CER Hosting Capacity Barriers

Buildings account for a significant portion of Australia’s and most countries’ annual emissions, mainly due to the burning of gas for water and space heating, ...

Removing Building Electrification Barriers

Buildings account for a significant portion of Australia’s and most countries’ annual emissions, mainly due to the burning of gas for water and space heating, ...

Maximising Efficient Consumer Energy Resource Adoption

As rooftop solar PV, battery storage and ultimately, vehicle-to-x technologies, create generation alternatives and the means to store energy, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential ...

Optimizing Electric Vehicle Incentives

Through electric vehicle incentives, governments and industry leaders can influence EV adoption, but what other factors are barriers?
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Consumer-Centric Electricity System Planning

While policymakers may drive the pace of decarbonization overall, the depth, timing, and location of consumer adoption of Behind the Meter (BTM) resources, i.e. rooftop ...
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The Potential of Drop-In, Zero-Carbon Fuels

Australia has set its national CO2 reduction targets to comply with its Paris Accord obligations, which will result in net zero CO2 emission by 2045. ...

Identifying a Least Cost CO2 Pathway

Be inspired to rethink CO2 emission analyses and its role in creating a more sustainable and prosperous future for everyone. Specifically, hear about cutting-edge methods ...

Breaking the Charging Barrier to EV Adoption in Australia

One of the top reasons for drivers not taking up plug-in electric vehicles is charging anxiety – will there be somewhere to recharge close by?

COVID Holds the Key to the Future of Transportation Electrification

The findings come from Energeia’s recent modelling that shows COVID driven reductions in demand for transport and increases in vehicle prices are behind the change
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Are electricity network incentive schemes rewarding the wrong behaviour?

Spending on capital works such as grid upgrades increase shareholder returns by 200 percent compared to the best performing non-network incentive, according to our analysis.

The Benefits of a Consumer Led Energy System

The latest update to the Australian Energy Market Operator’s Integrated System Plan (ISP) draws the unsurprising conclusion that our energy system is hurtling towards its ...
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