"Challenges of operating in an integrated energy market"

Today's Australian energy environment represents a complex system of engineering, commerce and markets. High frequency electricity markets, coal markets, gas markets, transport services, renewable certificates, solar subsidies, feed in tariffs, energy storage, transmission and distribution and retail bundling are all involved. On top of that, our politicians would like to add grid reliability and emissions targets. 

This presentation will give an overview of how these concepts interact through the marketplace and discuss the commercial challenges of operating in an integrated energy environment. 

An audio recording of the presentation is available here (audio commences at 5.15 minutes)

Elliot is an experienced and highly regarded risk professional and market analyst with an outstanding background in commercial and academic environments. He has a deep understanding of the energy sector, including electricity, gas, environmental and carbon markets. He holds experience working within and alongside commercial generators and retailers, integrated energy companies, regulators and government. For various clients and partners, Elliot has conducted quantitative market analysis, decision support, forecasting, risk quantification and derivative pricing. He has performed roles in due diligence, injecting expertise and assisted with policy formulation. Elliot holds qualifications in engineering (BE Mech) and mathematics (BSc, PhD) and has conducted research in various pure and applied topics.


About UQEI Energy Express Seminar Series

Welcome to the 2020 UQEI Energy Express Seminar Series! We again look forward to providing you with an opportunity to continue your participation at informative and topical seminars that will open and promote discussion amongst us all.

In offering the Energy Express Seminars, we aim to bring multidisciplinary research capability together on some of the significant energy challenges facing today’s world and connect that capability with industry and government partners. The series is designed to provide a regular forum to present and discuss a range of energy-related topics and themes. They are open events, and bring together industry, government, and the broader UQ community including academics, researchers, students and alumni.

All seminars will start at 6.00pm, with light refreshments to follow. Guest speakers will be announced in due course.

This year again, we especially welcome our Master of Sustainable Energy students - the timing of our seminars is scheduled to coincide, where possible, with the eight core teaching blocks that they will undertake throughout the year.

We encourage and welcome comments and feedback and look forward to engaging with you on global energy challenges.

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Details of the first of our 2020 Energy Express seminars will be published soon.