The Finkel review explained

Date & time

7.30–9.30am 20 June 2017


Leonard Huxley Lecture Theatre, Leonard Huxley Building, 56 Mills Road, ANU


 Sarah Wilson

The Finkel Review of the National Electricity Market (NEM) has captured the attention of industry, government and the media. 

The long-awaited report by Australia's Chief Scientist sets out a path for securing the future of Australia's NEM and focuses on four key outcomes: increased security, future reliability, rewarding consumers and lower emissions.

Hear from a panel of ANU Energy Change Institute experts and stakeholders from industry and government as they critique and shed light on what the blueprint for the future means.

Chair: Professor Ken Baldwin, Director, ANU Energy Change Institute

  • Professor Quentin Grafton, ANU
  • Honorary Associate Professor Hugh Saddler, ANU
  • Dr Matt Stocks, ANU
  • Mr Dan Harding, ACT Government
  • Dr Nathan Steggel, Windlab


17:30 - Light refreshments

18:00 - Panel discussion and audience Q&A

19:30 - End



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