APVI Workshop on ‘Solar, Storage and New Business Models’, Sydney

Thursday 4th June 2015

AES Conference and Exhibition, Sydney ATP

This workshop was held as part of the AES Conference and Exhibition and was sold out with a few extras squeezed in at the last minute. The presentations are below.

Survey and Perspectives for PV in Australia’, Warwick Johnson (Sunwiz)

‘Solar Map, Forecasting and Storage’, Anna Bruce (UNSW)

Grid Connected Storage Solutions Available Now’, Scott Partlin (SMA Australia)

Cost-Reflective Pricing and its Impact on Storage‘, Rob Passey (UNSW, IT Power)

‘New Business Models for Utilities Arising from Opportunities in Solar and Storage’, Paul Fox (AGL New Energy

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