energy in wa: delivering the energy transition for consumers

23rd Energy in Western Australia Conference

Energy in WA: Opportunties & challenges

15 - 16 August 2024
The Ritz Carlton, Perth
Hon. Bill Johnston addressing conference attendees at The Ritz Carlton, Perth

About the Conference

The Energy in WA Conference has been the State’s premier energy event since 1996. Proudly hosted by the Australian Institute of Energy (Perth branch) and Energy Policy WA (Government of Western Australia), this highly popular conference is organised by the local energy industry for the local energy industry.

The current Conference program is currently being worked on. Once the first draft is ready, it will be available to be downloaded below. The program will be updated as new speakers and speaking topics are confirmed throughout the first half of 2024, so please check back regularly.

A summary of our confirmed speakers is available on our Speakers page.

when

Monday to Friday
12 to 16 August, 2024

where

The Ritz Carlton
1 Barrack Street, Perth, WA 6000

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Speakers

We are currently working on a great line-up of international, national and local speakers for this year’s Energy in WA Conference, with more speakers to be confirmed soon.

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Hon Reece Whitby MLA
Hon Reece Whitby MLA
Western Australian Minister for Energy; Environment; Climate Action
WA Government
Western Australia

Reece has overseen government departments responsible for protecting Western Australia’s environment since December 2021 and regained the Racing and Gaming portfolio in December 2022.

Sam Barbaro
Sam Barbaro
CEO
Western Power
Western Australia

Sam was appointed Western Power CEO in August 2022. He has been a member of the Executive team since 2014 serving firstly as the Executive Manager of the Governance & Assurance and then the Executive Manager Asset Operations.

Stephanie Unwin
Stephanie Unwin
CEO
Horizon Power
Western Australia

As Chief Executive Officer of Horizon Power, Stephanie Unwin leads a team of 600+ energy professionals to deliver power to some of Western Australia’s most remote and regional communities.

Kate Ryan
Kate Ryan
Executive General Manager WA & Strategy
AEMO
Western Australia

Kate Ryan is responsible for leading the Western Australia function and AEMO’s corporate strategy. Kate joined AEMO in February 2022, and has extensive knowledge and experience built over decades in the energy industry.

Dr Alice E. A. Evatt
Dr Alice E. A. Evatt
Research Fellow on Net Zero for the Fossil Fuel Sector
University of Oxford
England

Dr Kate George
Dr Kate George
Principal Consultant
Claypan Services
Western Australia

Dr Kate George is a Putejurra woman from the Murchison-Gascoyne region in Western Australia. She was born on the 494 mile peg of the rabbit-proof fence and belongs to the Putejurra people who are part of the Martu of the Western Desert. She spent 14 years in a Perth institution from the age of 3. She was the first Aboriginal student to graduate in law from the Australian National University, the first Aboriginal woman admitted to practice law in WA, and one of the first Aboriginal women to chair an ASX-listed company.

Roland Short
Roland Short
Principal Consultant - Social Performance
SLR Consulting

Roland is an experienced social performance consultant with over a decade of experience in community development, social impact, and stakeholder engagement. He has worked on some of Australia's most significant energy and infrastructure projects, supporting clients such as AEMO, Acciona Energia, Alinta Energy, TransGrid, Hydro Tasmania and Origin Energy with strategy, assessments and audits that manage change and achieve improved social performance throughout the project life cycle. His project resume includes national strategy such as the Integrated Systems Plan, organisation-level strategy and framework development for major energy generation businesses, as well as delivering comprehensive project level Social Performance services across the entire suite of energy generation project types, including over 4GW of Wind, multiple Pumped Hydro facilities, over 1000km of new build Transmission and Battery Energy Storage.

Sarah Derham
Sarah Derham
Head of Sustainability
Collgar Renewables
Western Australia

Sarah Derham has been at the forefront of corporate governance and sustainability in the renewable energy sector since joining Collgar in 2021. As Head of Sustainability and Company Secretary, she is responsible for developing ESG strategies, ensuring corporate compliance, and implementing the systems to support best practices in these areas.Sarah brings extensive experience from her previous roles in corporate law and management consulting, where she focused on governance, strategy, risk, and stakeholder engagement. She is passionate about driving sustainable practices and creating positive impacts as part of Collgar’s strategy.Her dedication to strong ESG performance is complemented by her participation on the AEC’s Sustainability Working Group, where she provides the unique perspectives of a renewable energy generator and promotes attention to the challenges of the energy transition in WA.Originally from Kentucky, USA, Sarah holds a JD and BSc (Hons) and has postgraduate certificates in Sustainable Investing (Harvard Business School Online) and Applied Corporate Law and Corporate Governance (Governance Institute of Australia). Additionally, Sarah is an AICD Graduate, Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professional and is currently studying sustainability accounting through the IFRS.

Margot Hammond
Margot Hammond
Transition Social Performance Manager
Western Power
Western Australia

Margot is the Transition Social Performance Manager at Western Power and has the exciting role of managing the development and implementation of social performance framework and strategy to support transmission expansion projects across the network.

John Hassell
John Hassell
General Section President (& Members' Representative for Renewable Energy Projects)
WA Farmers Federation
Western Australia

Rachel Peterson
Rachel Peterson
Executive Director
California Public Utilities Commission
United States

Rachel Peterson was appointed Executive Director of the California Public Utilities Commission in January 2021. She leads the Commission’s statewide workforce to accomplish California’s pathbreaking goals in the areas of energy, telecommunications, safety, rail, water, and passenger transportation. California is a dynamic state and the CPUC sets policy and rules for utility services that are essential to modern life – and Rachel has set her sights on two long-range strategic priorities: achieve the Commission’s regulatory mission in the context of climate change, and invest in the Commission’s workforce. She is moving the CPUC toward this vision with effective leadership driven by values. Rachel has worked at the CPUC since 2011 in numerous leadership positions, including chief of staff and advisor to Commissioners, and as an executive in the areas of safety policy and enforcement.

Katie McKenzie
Katie McKenzie
Group Manager
WA System Design and Transformation, AEMO and President, Australian Institute of Energy Board
Western Australia

Katie is an energy policy, regulation & stakeholder relations specialist focused on progressing a secure, low-carbon, consumer-centric energy transition through her current roles with AEMO and AIE.

Steve Duggan
Steve Duggan
General Manager
Energy & Resources Program Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Steve Duggan holds the position of General Manager for the Energy and Resources Program at the Bureau of Meteorology. His role involves strategic engagement, systematic gathering of insights, and deployment of the Bureau’s substantial capabilities to create significant impact and value for Australia’s energy and resources sectors at scale.An experienced engineering professional, Steve Duggan has extensive public and private sector experience and a depth of business and technical skills gained through years of delivering applied science solutions to the energy and resources sectors.‍

Ross De Rango
Ross De Rango
Head of Energy & Infrastructure
Electric Vehicle Council
Victoria

Ross is a robotics engineer by background and has spent the last seven years getting involved wherever the standards, codes and regulations relating to the electrical infrastructure supporting EVs in Australia are being considered. He has been closely involved in the development of minimum requirements for buildings in Australia in relation to EV readiness and in work preparing the energy system for the wide scale adoption of EVs. Ross and his wife own a Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in hybrid and a pure electric Polestar, and live in Melbourne.

Fabian Le Gay Brereton
Fabian Le Gay Brereton
Chief Executive Officer
Gridcog

Fabian Le Gay Brereton is a passionate clean energy entrepreneur and the Co-Founder and CEO of Gridcog, a groundbreaking startup dedicated to the clean energy transition.

David Fyfe
David Fyfe
Chief Executive Officer
Synergy
Western Australia

David has more than 20 years' experience across the energy and telecommunications industries, including holding executive roles in operations, commercial sales, asset management and business development.

Tim Bray
Tim Bray
Assistant Coordinator
Energy Policy WA
Western Australia

We have entered a time where we need to do things differently. Tim is connecting people driven by a shared purpose and popping up teams that draw on the best and brightest across business, government, technology and the community to get stuff done.

Jacqueline Crawshaw
Jacqueline Crawshaw
Director Policy
Energy Consumers Australia
New South Wales

Steve Edwell
Steve Edwell
Chairman
Economic Regulation Authority
Western Australia

Steve has been the Chair of the Economic Regulation Authority since August 2021. He is an economist specialising in the energy sector. Steve has many years of commercial and regulatory experience working with the public sector, industry agencies and private industry. Before joining the ERA, Steve relinquished his role as Chair of Horizon Power to be appointed as Full time Chair of the WA Government’s Energy Transformation Taskforce. He was the inaugural Chair of the Australian Energy Regulator 2005-10 and was a member of the ERA governing body from 2006 to 2017. In a private consulting capacity, Steve has recently developed a high level design for the electricity market in the Northern Territory and is a member of the Electricity Market Reform Implementation Taskforce in the Northern Territory, as the independent energy market expert.

Jessica Seares
Jessica Seares
Managing Director
Sia Partners
Western Australia

As the Managing Director of Energy & Utilities at Sia Partners, Australia, Jessica leads teams advising Western Australia's major energy players on strategy, business planning, performance improvement, and stakeholder engagement.

Jai Thomas
Jai Thomas
Deputy Director General - Coordinator of Energy
Energy Policy WA (DEMIRS)
Western Australia

Jai Thomas is the Deputy Director General - Coordinator of Energy, a statutory role that leads Energy Policy WA. As Coordinator of Energy, he is also the designated Hazard Management Agency for disruption to electricity, natural gas or liquid fuel supplies in Western Australia.

Energy in wa 2024

Conference Program & Themes

Global Trends

Social License to Operate & Performance

Climate Risk & Resiliency

DER

Energy Transition Initiatives in WA

Engaging Consumers in the Energy Transition

Role of Future Fuels in the Energy Transition

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Game Changer? The EU’s Net Zero Industry Act and its implications for Carbon Management in Australia

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The European Union’s Net Zero Industry Act (NZIA) is an important and timely development that holds implications for the future of carbon capture and storage (CCS) and CCS-based carbon dioxide removal. This talk will provide a comprehensive overview of Article 18 of the Act which introduced an unprecedented obligation on EU oil and gas producers to contribute toward the EU’s target of 50 million tonnes of annual CO2 injection capacity to be achieved by 2030. Drawing on these EU developments, together with insights from recent developments in CCS policy in the UK, and the US, this session will draw out lessons, implications, and opportunities for Australia to inform and guide future strategies for carbon management.

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Indigenous participation in the energy transition

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Bridging the Gap: Social Realities in WA's Energy Transition

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This presentation talks about key social considerations that continue to affect the scale and pace of the energy transition, the social realities that every organisation working on a project should be aware of and plan for, as well social performance perspectives to overcome social realities.

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Understanding different electricity consumer perspectives

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  • Understanding different electricity consumer perspectives, e.g., consumers who are socially impacted by large generation, storage and transmission projects but don't directly receive any benefits in return.
  • Managing modern slavery issues within the supply chain, e.g., battery minerals sourcing.
  • Managing stakeholder fatigue.
  • Hidden costs for stakeholders (e.g., farmers' legal fees for sign-off on land use agreements).
  • Project partnerships with First Nations peoples / other landowners.
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Lessons learned from California – the regulation of energy utilities in a changing climate

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Managing an increasingly weather dependent system in a changing climate

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  • Lessons learned from the Summer of 2023-24
  • Planning for uncertainty
  • Striking the balance between the unknown and gold-plating
  • Navigating a changing climate and recent weather trends
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The forward look for EV: Grid impact, Public charging infrastructure, and V2G

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As EV uptake scales and displaces petrol and diesel consumption, demand for electrical energy will rise – so, we’ll definitely need more generation.  The timing of *when* this energy is consumed is going to be a key determinant in the degree to which we need to augment our distribution networks.  Sensible retail tariffs, and consumer education, can go a long way towards minimising the load presented by EVs at peak time.  We’ll showcase the things that have worked really well over East in this regard.

Public charging infrastructure has been rolled out at serious scale in WA in the last two years.  Multiple projects have been run, backed by the WA state government – in particular, the WA EV network, being delivered by Synergy and Horizon Power, to cover the South West and the route from Eucla all the way around to Kununarra.  We’re about 1% of the way through the EV transition, so there’s plenty more to do – we’ll talk about next steps, and what’s going to be needed as we go after the next 99%.

V2G holds incredible potential for the energy system.  We’ll talk about the possible scale of it, and what will be needed to unlock that potential.

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2024 WA Energy Awards Dinner

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Join us for a memorable evening as we wine, dine and celebrate the people behind Western Australia’s energy sector. Brought to you by the Australian Institute of Energy Perth and the City of Perth, this is our eighth celebration of excellence.

Venue Details

Venue: Fraser’s Restaurant, Kings Park
Address: 60 Fraser Ave, West Perth, WA 6005
Date: Thursday 15 August 2024
Pre-drinks and Canapés: 6pm and Dinner: 7pm

2024 Categories

Energy Professional of the Year
Young Energy Professional of the Year (35 and under)
Energy Innovation of the Year
Leading Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Energy

Nominations for the 2024 Awards close on 15 July 2024 at 11:59pm (AWST). For enquiries, please contact Cleta Blakiston at registrationswa@aie.org.au.

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This year, the AIE Energy in WA Awards Dinner is not included in the 2-day conference ticket. Instead, it will need to be purchased as an add-on item during the conference registration process. Alternatively, if you are not attending the conference, you can purchase tickets to the AIE Energy in WA Awards Dinner only.

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The City of Perth is very proud to sponsor this year’s WA Energy Awards Dinner highlighting outstanding performance across the state and reinforcing Perth as global leader across the energy sector.

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Consumers vs community expectations of transition

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Consumers vs community expectations of transition: What do consumers expect through the energy transition? Do consumers and the community expect different things? How can the industry meet community and consumer expectations?

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Panel: Coordinating investment to decarbonise WA's energy sector

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The scale of investment necessary to decarbonise the Western Australian energy sector is substantial and coordinating that level of investment is no small task. This panel will discuss the approach to coordination, so the industry has the best chance of harnessing the disruption that is now well underway to meet government and community decarbonisation objectives.

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Morning tea sponsored by Sia Partners

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Leading WA to its intelligent energy future

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Synergy has an ambitious investment program and David Fyfe will outline how it plans to tackle decarbonisation, what challenges it anticipates along the way, how it will ensure efficient expenditure, and what resources will be needed along the way.

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Exploring customer-led decarbonisation in regional WA

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Horizon Power will explore how customers can be active participants in the energy transition.

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Conference closing function sponsored by Western Power

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FAQs

Have a question that we haven't answered in our FAQs? 

Can I share my ticket with a colleague?

Yes. Your ticket is entirely transferable. You can attend your favourite sessions and then hand your pass to a colleague to attend theirs. Just remember, only one person per ticket for each session.

Can I cancel my ticket?

We accept cancellation requests 1 month prior to the conference with a $110 administration fee. No refunds are provided within 30 days of the conference.

Can I sponsor the conference?

We're so please you asked! Please see our 2024 Sponsorship Prospectus.

Are there discounts?

Yes! We also offer discounts for AIE members. Please see our tickets page for more information.

Can I bring a partner/friend to the Conference dinner?

Yes. Individual tickets can be purchased for the Conference dinner. Please see our tickets page for more information.

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