The Future of Energy Infrastructure in NSW (Industry Breakfast)

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Date: Thursday, 27 April 2017 to Thursday, 27 April 2017
Address: , NSW Australia
Place: Sydney CBD, provided to confirmed attendees
Total Price: $98.00

Member $75, Non-Member $98, Government $85


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The Future of Energy Infrastructure in New South Wales


 How much do you really understand how energy is generated and distributed? Did you know that New South Wales is looking to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050?


This breakfast event will break down some of the common myths and will explore the challenges facing the engineering and consulting sector as New South Wales transitions toward a net zero energy supply.


Join us on Thursday 27 April to learn how you and your business can capitalise on the opportunities as the State transitions away from fossil fuels and what you need to do now make it happen.





Sid Rallapalli

Key Account Manager – Minerals
Resources & Energy Industry Investment & Export Support
NSW Department of Industry


Key Account Manager with the Industry Investment and Export Support Branch of the NSW Division of Resources and Energy. In this capacity, he is required to advocate for the industry to various stakeholders, promote and develop investment opportunities from domestic and foreign sources and advise the government on policy and regulation from an industry perspective.
More recently, he has also been given given responsibility to drive economic development through energy innovation
Prior to the starting with NSW Government, Sid worked in the private sector in corporate development, business development and investor communication across mining, media and technology sectors



Dr Mark Diesendorf
Honorary Associate Professor
Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies
School of Humanities & Languages
UNSW Australia


Dr Mark Diesendorf is Honorary Associate Professor in Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies at UNSW Australia. Previously, at various times, he was a Principal Research Scientist in CSIRO, Professor of Environmental Science and Founding Director of the Institute for Sustainable Futures at University of Technology Sydney, and Director of Sustainability Centre Pty Ltd.  Currently his principal research is on rapid mitigation of global climate change and, in particular, integrating renewable energy on a large scale into electricity supply-demand systems. His most recent book is Sustainable Energy Solutions for Climate Change (Routledge-Earthscan and UNSW Press, 2014).



Evan Mudge

Energy Advisory Principal


Evan leads AECOM’s Sydney based Energy Advisory team bringing insight from across the entire energy value chain. His experience covers infrastructure investment, network regulation, pricing, energy market innovation, low carbon building design, generation and microgrids. Clients value the breadth of his expertise and his ability to bring together strategic insights with pragmatic technical and business solutions that deliver demonstrable financial benefits. 
Having advised on over 25 Australian regulatory determinations, $30b in infrastructure transactions and $20b in network capital investment, Evan continues to guide clients through the emerging technical and regulatory challenges for renewables projects, energy markets and networks.




Event Details

Thursday 27 April

7:30am to 8:55am (registrations open 7:00am)

Sydney, venue details to be provided to confirmed attendees

$75 Members, $98 Non-members, $85 Government

(includes GST. Tea, coffee and a light breakfast will be provided)





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