Aggregation in Renewable Energy – Themes and Challenges

Aggregation in Renewable Energy – Themes and Challenges

Wednesday, 29 May 2019 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

This presentation will examine the emerging trend of aggregation in its many forms in renewable energy in Australia, including site aggregation, purchaser aggregation, multiple renewable energy aggregation on one site, multi function sites and microgrids. We will look at some recent project examples, and the regulatory challenges to the development of these kinds of initiatives.

This seminar is part of a series of Energy Transition Hub events supported by the Victorian Clean Technology Fund (VCTF).

Event Location: 
Australian-German Climate and Energy College
Level 1, 187 Grattan Street
3010 Parkville , VIC
Victoria
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Jane has over 20 years’ experience in construction and infrastructure, as well as government advisory. She specialises in conventionally-funded government major projects and procurement, commercial development, transport and energy.

She has experience in all forms of construction and infrastructure procurement (PPP, D&C, DBOM and O&M), collaborative models (alliancing, ECI, framework agreements and delivery partner) and consultancy arrangements.

Jane works with government clients to structure their approaches to market, and gives tendering and probity advice. She is regularly asked to peer review delivery models and project documentation, and to investigate probity compliance. Jane has also worked with government agencies to develop and implement supply and procurement policies.
In the renewable energy sector, she advises developers, contractors, generators and government agencies. Jane is a member of Corrs' Board and a member of the Audit and Risk Committee.

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