Open Energy Data - What it means for Australian Businesses

Radical change is coming to the energy market as the internet reaches a new phase. Open Data.
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Key speakers

Bruce Macfarlane

Bruce Macfarlane

CEO & Director of Energy Action
Clint Irving

Clint Irving

Chief Technology Officer of Energy Action
Jamie Leach

Jamie Leach

Regional Director of Fdata
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Session Details

Date

29 March 2022

Time

11:00 am

Location

Online via Zoom

Key Points

Open energy data explained simply.

From November 2022, energy companies will need to give consumers access to their usage and connection data, mirroring the requirements by financial institutions for the “open banking” regime.

What open energy data will mean for energy prices.

With more readily available data, an even more competitive pricing environment will form within the industry.

How open energy data will improve the quality of products and services on offer.

Access to quality data will allow for the automation of service evaluations such as solar installation, demand management and metering.

Open energy data is set to improve service quality for energy.

Technology will drive a big change in how we use and control energy and allow us to contribute to cheaper energy and lowering emissions.

Key Speakers

Meet the speakers

Bruce Macfarlane

Bruce is Energy Action's current CEO with 20 years experience in energy retail. Prior to joining Energy Action, Bruce was a co-founder of BidEnergy where he wrote their product blueprint, designed their energy management user interface and developed their contracts and SLA framework.

Clint Irving

Clint is selected as one of the top 50 most innovative CIO's in Australia in 2021, Clint is a top-tier engineering and technology chief, engineering manager, software architect and developer, product manager, project manager, and engineering team-lead with 14 years of engineering experience.

Jamie Leach

Jamie is the Regional Director in Australia and New Zealand for The Financial Data and Technology Association, a role that has Jamie working with government, regulatory authorities, and industry stakeholders to open up Australia’s and New Zealand’s different market sectors so all companies can benefit from the Consumer Data Right.

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