Two other opportunities to meet with us in Sydney during August, and discuss the Generator Report Card


Many thanks to the great many people who have met with us over the past two months following the release of our Generator Report Card, which we developed in collaboration with the team at Greenview Strategic Consulting and with the assistance of a broader range of people.

Thanks especially to those who shared their feedback, and asked their questions, at our recent Q&A events in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney.

Two other independent organisations have also organised events at which they have asked us to speak a little about some of the main lessons we’ve learnt through the process of putting the Generator Report Card together.  Both are in Sydney in the coming weeks, and both organisations have noted that they are happy for us to invite you along in this way:

 

Wednesday 14th August from 17:15
(already held)

Australian Institute of Energy
– Sydney CBD
Wednesday 21st August from 16:30

Australian Energy Council
– Sydney CBD
This event has now been held, with some notes from the event made here on WattClarity. The Australian Energy Council has organised this event for their members (but are happy for others to come along as well):

Details of the AEC Event

… including how to register.

 

Both organisations operate in the Australian energy sector, but have different constituents – hence I would expect a slightly different audience mix.

Both Jonathon Dyson and I are keen to meet with both:

(A)  Any of the hundreds of people across the scores of organisations who have already purchased the Report Card, hence can download from here with an account created with their organisational email address; and

(B)  Others who are curious about the Report Card (but have not yet submitted their order) hence would like to come along and learn a bit more, and perhaps ask questions.

We’d look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 14th August, or Wednesday 21st August, in Sydney.

About the Author

Paul McArdle
One of three founders of Global-Roam back in 2000, Paul has been CEO of the company since that time. As an author on WattClarity, Paul's focus has been to help make the electricity market more understandable.

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