Katie is an energy policy, regulation and stakeholder relations specialist pursuing her passion for a clean, consumer-centric energy transition.
As a director in EY’s Oceania Energy Practice, Katie assists governments, utilities and major energy users in navigating the energy transition. Prior to joining EY, Katie served as Principal Policy Adviser to two successive WA energy ministers and as a senior energy lawyer at commercial law firm, Jackson McDonald.
Technologies and business models to support the transformation
The energy transformation involves greater decentralisation of energy generation and changing patterns of energy consumption. From virtual power plants, new battery technologies, to vehicle to grid solutions, our panellists will discuss how these technologies can help transform our power system, reduce energy costs and lower emissions from the energy sector.