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Symposium on Variable Generation/Flexible demand

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Victoria University

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Symposium on Variable Generation, Flexible Demand

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Theme of the symposium

Traditionally in the power sector we predicted demand and dispatched generation to meet it. In the future we will increasingly be predicting variable renewable generation and scheduling demand to match it. The purpose of the one-day symposium at VEPC is to explore how flexible demand can be scheduled to meet variable generation.

This seminar at VEPC is the second in a series on this topic, with an earlier seminar in Florence (hosted by the Florence School of Regulation) and a subsequent in San Francisco (hosted by The Brattle Group).

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Participants at this invitation-only symposium are encouraged to describe research, ideas, business models or case studies that can address the basic theme of the symposium. The objective is to share insights and perspectives, network, explore opportunities for potential future collaboration and – for anyone interested – consider contributing a chapter to a forthcoming edited book tentatively to be titled Variable Generation, Flexible Demand. Contribution to the book, however, is optional.

Agenda: To be distributed prior to the event

Venue: Victoria University, 300 Flinders Street, Melbourne

Date: 3 April 2020

Time: Registration 8.30am, commencing 9.00am to 5pm

Lunch and refreshments: Provided

Expenses: Participants are responsible for travel & incidental expenses

Organised by the Victoria Energy Policy Centre

In association with

Menlo Energy Economics

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