Executive Director, Jim Snow presents at the National Energy Efficiency Conference in Sydney run by the Energy Efficiency Council
Executive Director, Jim Snow, presented some views on the perception of coal in the community and how this could potentially be addressed
Oakley Greenwood presented a workshop at the Mining The Territory Conference in Darwin (SEAOC August 2014). Read more here.
Director, Lance Hoch, presented a paper titled “A Tale of Two Tariffs – Engaging the Customer: Victoria’s Flexible Pricing Initiative and SP AusNet’s Critical Peak Demand Tariff”.
Jim presented on his Energy Policy Paper (6/2014) The Economic Impact of High Energy Prices. Read more.
Paper on Possible Future Trends in Residential Electricity Prices 2013 – 14 through 2015 – 16: Network Cost Drivers released. Read more here.
Oakley Greenwood were engaged by Electranet to provide and independent review of and advice regarding the reasonableness of the approach taken by ElectraNet in conjunction with SA Power Networks in determining the revised set of connection point demand forecasts that serve as the basis for ElectraNet’s revised Revenue Proposal which is to be submitted in January 2013.
Oakley Greenwood were engaged by IPART in conjunction with Hunter Water Australia to undertake a detailed review of the forecast operating and capital costs for the water and waster water facilities of Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council in NSW.
Oakley Greenwood has prepared this independent thought piece as an input to both the public debate and the supporting organisations’ consideration of policy options.
The Victorian Department of Primary Industries, on 3rd September, released two Oakley Greenwood Reports relating to the costs and benefits for electricity smart metering upgrades in Victoria. Read more here.
Jim Snow presented a landmark paper in 2009 (featured the death spiral effect for electricity consumption) and followed this up in 2010 taking a look at the NSW’s Electricity Future 2020 (and beyond): What will it look like and how do we get there?