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Seminar: Projected effects from pricing greenhouse gas emissions in Australian Energy Markets
TIME / DATE / VENUE:
SYDNEY 9.45am for 10am - 11.30am on Thursday 24 May 2012 at AusGrid Auditorium, George Street, City
NEWCASTLE 5.30pm for 6pm - 7.30pm on Thursday 24 May 2012 at Engineers Australia Newcastle Auditorium, 122 Parry Street, Newcastle West
RSVP: by Friday 18 May 2012 to register. It is essential to register if you will be attending.
ACIL Tasman is a leading Australian independent economic consultancy specialising in the use of applied economics and econometrics with emphasis on the development and analysis of policy and strategy. The firm has built a reputation for quality research, credible analysis, and innovative advice on economic, policy and strategic matters over a period of more than twenty years.
This seminar will discuss the effect of pricing greenhouse gas emissions through an emissions trading scheme on the electricity and gas supply industries including
- Assessing, measuring and reporting carbon emissions
- Modelling an emissions trading scheme
- Emissions trading and the effect on electricity and gas markets
- Renewable energy market policy - benefits and costs
- Projected community and industry economic benefits and costs
- Domestic versus international greenhouse gas emission markets
- Global developments - where to from here?
SPEAKER - Paul Hyslop, Chief Executive Officer of ACIL Tasman
Paul Hyslop is Chief Executive Officer of ACIL Tasman. He has more than twenty years experience in the energy sector. He has worked at senior executive levels in a broad range of businesses and in a broad range of areas including business management and development, mergers and acquisitions, business regulation, energy market development and regulation and power system operation. He advises clients at a strategic level on all facets of the electricity sector including generation, transmission, distribution and retail
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