External forces – like new technology, consumer preferences and decarbonisation of the grid – are driving significant changes in the NEM.
From the organisers of Australian Energy Week, the 4th annual NEM Future Forum, being held from 30 October - 1 November in Sydney, will dive deep into this issue and examine how the NEM will evolve.
Over 3 days, the Forum will bring together industry experts to examine the key trends and technologies driving change and the interplay between them. It’s an unparalleled opportunity to hear first hand from utilities at the forefront of technological advancement and the policy makers shaping the regulatory landscape.
"A great opportunity to learn what is facing the NEM from a wholistic point of view for generators, retailers and distributors"
Manager, Horizon Power
The key benefits of attending NEM Future Forum:
- Analyse how ongoing policy uncertainty is harming the industry and determine the steps needed to create a more functional market and better climate for future investment
- Gain insights into the potential impact of distributed generation on traditional utilities
- Identify the benefits and challenges of integrating solar generation into the NEM
- Explore the latest developments in battery storage technologies and the opportunities and threats this could create for current market participants
- Understand how new technologies and smart meters will change retail and consumer relationships
- Discover how to encourage cost reflective consumer behaviour through better regulation and economic incentives to benefit all market participants
The NEM Future Forum is attended by senior executives from the length of the supply chain, particularly those with a focus on strategy, asset management and investment decisions. The largest portion of the attendees come from transmission and distribution companies.
It’s where you can meet:
- C-Level executives
- Heads of Engineering, Asset Management and Technology
- GMs of Engineering, Asset Management and Technology
- Heads of Government Departments & Regulators
NEM Future Forum past delegates: