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Energy Systems Integration Group (ESIG): Down Under Webinar Series (Sept 2020)

Thursday 3 Sep

8:00 am

9:00 am




About this event

ESIG Down Under will bring together key leaders in our industry to share insights into the energy sector’s transformation, with a special focus on the dissolution of traditional interfaces in Australia.

The event will be hosted by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and held online during the month of September 2020. Below you will find the full schedule of sessions, along with corresponding registration links for each session.

Registration for each session will be FREE. If you have any questions, please let us know at info@esig.energy.

Monday, Sept. 28 (6:00 p.m. US-EDT) / Tuesday, Sept. 29 (8:00 a.m. AUS) REGISTER HERE

Breakout Session 3B – Transformation of the Energy Value Chain
New distributed energy technologies (especially renewables), digitalisation and customer behaviour are blurring traditional energy chain boundaries at exponential pace, which means that the energy industry needs to essentially ‘rewire’, while ‘keeping the lights on’.

This transformation creates unprecedented complexities and new opportunities that resulting new value streams and physical realities especially at interfaces between customer and network as well as transmission and distribution network.

This session will share first-hand experiences and state-of-the-art implementations about how the traditional boundaries between transmission, distribution, smart meters, DERs and customers can be bridged to transform the energy value chain.

Facilitator: Steve Heinen, Manager, Energy Systems Analytics, Vector Limited 

Distribution and New Value Stream Enablement
Bryn Williams
, Future Network Strategy Manager, SA Power Networks 

Parallels Between Distribution and Transmission – Perspective of a Joint Asset Owner
Jacqui Bridge
, Transmission Network Development Manager, AusNet Services 

Developments in the DER Value Chain in the United States
Ric O’Connell
, Founding Executive Director, GribLab 

Q&A Session: We will be using the slido platform for Q&A. Please submit your questions and follow-along during the event at this link.


  • Conference/Summit
  • Information and Education
  • Renewable Energy
NOTE: All event information was accurate at the time of publishing, but we do not take any responsibility for losses or damages incurred due to incorrect information. Please follow the links to the original organisers for further details.

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