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  • 1. Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability George Maltabarow – Managing Director EnergyAustralia 24 May 2010
  • 2. Using energy smarter Introduction Energy Energy Energy production efficiency in use efficiency energy markets efficiency Subject - Building Energy Efficiency and (transforming (matching supply and (achieving the same Demand Management Capabilities in Australia’s resources demand for energy; services, with less into energy more providing better price energy) Australia’s energy market. efficiently) signals) The role for energy distributors: Building energy efficiency capabilities (skills & knowledge, governance & systems) –Educating businesses and communities about energy efficiency Source: Prime Minister’s Task Group on Energy Efficiency Issues Paper, April 2010 –Investing in demand management and energy efficiency programs –Enabling End-use efficiency Key message: new business models, regulations and market incentives are needed to drive energy efficiency Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability 24 May 2010 George Maltabarow - EnergyAustralia
  • 3. Building Energy Efficiency Market Driver - Lowest cost carbon abatement Incentives should target removing barriers and drive cost efficiency, safe delivery models However, State and Federal Schemes – duplicated, unconnected, “pick” technology winners & losers NSW Greenhouse Gas Abatement Scheme: Low cost light bulbs, low flow shower roses - achieved 30 million tonnes of CO2 abatement since 2005 Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability 24 May 2010 George Maltabarow - EnergyAustralia
  • 4. EnergyAustralia’s Effort Educating = Energy efficiency experts EnergySave = helping customers manage their bill and their impact on the environment Investing = smart grid leaders - de-carbonise the grid Enabling = new products, new business models Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability 24 May 2010 George Maltabarow - EnergyAustralia
  • 5. Energy Efficiency Centre • Energy Efficiency Centre – designed for architects, builders, tradespeople – Strong demand from local government, community groups and schools – Open days – electric cars, solar updates • Our own buildings: Head Office 5-star Green Buildings rating • Silverwater Learning Centre 6-star rating Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability 24 May 2010 George Maltabarow - EnergyAustralia
  • 6. Smart Grids • Integrating communications and electricity technologies – Monitoring and control – Self-healing – Capital optimisation – Secure • Customer enablement: – Energy control – Distributed generation – New products Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability 24 May 2010 George Maltabarow - EnergyAustralia
  • 7. Smart Grid Smart City • Builds on our Smart Village • Smart home – international success! • Smart Grid Smart City bid support from IUWG • Delivery program Search for 'Jetsons family' to trial new home - ABC News Save the planet by blogging - IT News We can’t imagine the new products – customers are in the drivers seat! Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability 24 May 2010 George Maltabarow - EnergyAustralia
  • 8. Summary of EnergyAustralia’s focus 1. Energy efficiency - leading by example 2. EnergySave – new products enabled by Smart Grid technologies 3. Enabling new products – incentives to drive demand management and energy efficiency 4. Smart Grid Smart City Project Business Drivers for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability 24 May 2010 George Maltabarow - EnergyAustralia