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Politics of the Energy Transition:
state, markets, and intervention

Macquarie University CENRIT

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EPIA is delighted to offer complimentary entry to a highly topical seminar this coming Monday 15 July to EPIA members and friends. Download the flyer - click here
EPIA thanks Macquarie University’s Centre for Energy and Natural Resources, Innovation and Transformation for generously arranging for Professor Brent Nelsen of Furman University, South Carolina, US to present this important seminar - Politics of the Energy Transition: state, markets and intervention.
Bookings will not be necessary. We look forward to welcoming our members and friends.

When and where:

  • Topic: Politics of the Energy Transition: state, markets and intervention

  • When: Monday 15 July 2024 at 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm AEST    

  • Where: Macquarie University City Campus, Level 24, 123 Pitt St, Sydney

  • Cost: Free 

  • No registration: Just turn up

Future Climate & Clean Energy Expo 2024
UNSW Event

UNSW invites you to the Future Climate & Clean Energy Expo 2024.


The expo is an opportunity for businesses, investors, and government to explore UNSW translational research that aligns with the National Reconstruction Fund priority area of renewables and low emission technologies.


  • Solar & renewables technology

  • Waste reduction & recycling

  • Electrification & battery storage

  • Extreme weather

  • Green fuels, chemicals & carbon capture

  • Biodiversity & resource management

  • Energy transition

  • Climate resilience & decarbonisation


Join us for drinks, networking and the latest in climate and clean energy innovation.


When:   Wednesday 29 May 2024

Time:     3.30 - 6.30pm

Where:  Roundhouse, UNSW Sydney

Cost:     Free


Register now to secure your spot.

NSW Electricity Check Up
54 Recommendations and Government Responses



An insider’s exclusive briefing for industry by Cameron O’Reilly of Marsden Jacob Associates – Consultants to the NSW Government.
Cameron led the Marsden Jacob Associates team that recently completed the NSW Electricity Supply and Reliability Check Up.
Find out:

  • how the consultants came up with 54 reform recommendations

  • the pivotal role of the Eraring power station in underwriting the security of electricity supply in NSW

  • the likely future trajectory of the NSW reforms.


Guest Speaker: Cameron O’Reilly, Marsden Jacob Associates
– Consultants to the NSW Government

Date: Tuesday 31 October 2023
Time: 5.00 – 5.30pm Registration
           5.30 – 6.30pm Presentation with Q&A
           6.30 – 7.15pm refreshments with informal discussion
Venue: Piper Alderman, Level 23 Governor Macquarie Tower,
1 Farrer Place, Sydney
Cost:    $65 for EPIA member companies; $85 for Non-EPIA members


What can you make people do and why? Data, technology and oil and gas in the UK.

You are warmly invited to The Centre for Energy and Natural Resources Innovation and Transformation (CENRIT)'s next seminar, where nationally and internationally renowned scholars address major challenges and opportunities pertaining to innovation and transformation in the energy transition.

Event: 'What can you make people do and why? Data, technology and oil and gas in the UK', a seminar by Professor Abbe Brown, University of Aberdeen & CENRIT Visiting Professor 2023

This seminar explores requirements in the UK oil and gas licensing regime relating to information retention and sharing and to technology adoption and collaboration; the sanctions which can arise if these are not met; the policy goals which led to this being pursued; and issues explored in consultations and apparent responses in the industry, at the time and subsequently through industry bodies and the Oil and Gas Authority/North Sea Transition Authority.

From this base, there will be discussion regarding the balances of the different public goals and private interests which are embedded – directly and indirectly - in this space and on the consequences and possible lessons learned regarding the creation of regimes which aim to deliver specific goals in similar and different regulatory and factual landscapes.

A discussion is invited on analogies and differences between this and Australian regimes for oil and gas and also in relation to water. This forms part of a wider project project that uses four case studies to explore the difficulties which can arise when regimes related to technology and data are not engaged with, or indeed given too much weight, when wider societal goals are trying to be addressed in a manner which involves technology and data.

When and where:

  • Tuesday 6 June 2023 at 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm AEDT

  • Macquarie City Campus L24, 123 Pitt Street Sydney, NSW 2000

  • There is no cost to register

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