But meeting this goal must consider all stakeholders of the state’s energy system and how they interact. It must consider all possible technologies and cost-effective approaches for a smooth transition.
The theme of the Re-Powering NSW Conference, being held 25–27 October, is exactly this. The event is gathering a large number of the state’s stakeholders and covering a broad range of topics to address the state’s transition to a low carbon environment. Industry, investors, policymakers, researchers and academia will explore the most suitable and efficient ways to design, finance and build better and more sustainable the future energy systems for the state of New South Wales.