The Energy Security Board (ESB) is proposing to introduce a new obligation for retailers to buy and surrender physical generation certificates. In effect, this will force retailers to pay revenue to dispatchable generators, the majority of which are fossil-fuelled powered. The proposed scheme is referred to as a Physical Retailer Reliability Obligation (PRRO) in the […]
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Before the establishment of the ESB, best-practice NEM governance was in place whereby AEMO, AEMC and the AER each had separate functions providing confidence for investors and consumers in the roles and responsibilities of each body. However, concerns were raised in The Finkel Review about reform delays due to the institutional discord between the Australian […]
The rule maker for Australia’s electricity and gas markets must put to rest its proposed transmission access reforms and end the significant uncertainty facing investors in the renewable energy sector. The Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) proposal for the coordination of generation and transmission investment (COGATI) does not, despite its name, actually address the emerging […]
The NSW Government have taken a significant step forward in becoming an energy superpower. The release of their Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap lays out a path for the state to take advantage of its abundant renewable energy resources in a timely manner to replace its aging fleet of coal-fired power stations. The Roadmap aims to attract […]
In a bid to improve the security of the grid, the Victorian Government has recently announced Neoen will build the biggest battery in Australia in the regional city of Geelong. The big battery will consist of Tesla’s new 3MWh Megapacks and have a power capacity of 300MW and a storage capacity of 450MW meaning that […]
Submissions Due: 27th November, 2020 Following a recommendation from the Finkel Review, the Energy Security Board (ESB) is seeking stakeholder input and engagement on a new data strategy for the national electricity market. The shift towards a digital economy presents several challenges and opportunities for the energy market including consumer protections, greater affordability and innovative […]
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Stephanie played a pivotal role in the development of the New Energy Technology Consumer Code by effortlessly navigating complex situations and leveraging key stakeholders to obtain the desired outcome – she can be trusted to get things done. Her wealth of experience within the sector, decision making capabilities, trust and integrity makes Stephanie an absolute pleasure to work with.
Stephanie is an insightful and effective advisor and advocate for the regulatory frameworks that will enable a customer-centric transformation of the energy system.
Hire Stephanie if you want results in your policy efforts. She is strategic, action oriented, passionate, well connected and widely respected. She will give you frank advice and help you craft and implement a policy platform that is both practical and has strong integrity.
Stephanie’s insights into the National Electricity Market are clear and she can identify and easily articulate the issues that exist and are forthcoming. One of her greatest strengths is that she can quickly analyse a situation, gauge the customer/consumer impact and strategize a least impact way forward in a no-nonsense and efficient manner.
Stephanie is a high achiever, a highly motivated individual who is passionate about the electricity industry and the society it is there to serve.
Stephanie was a vital part of initiating and implementing AGL’s independent metering business. Stephanie has a strong ethical framework, is a pleasure to collaborate with, is expert in her field, a trusted sounding board, a tireless contributor and deservedly well-respected by industry participants.