Conference Presentation introducing the Annex at the EnInnov Conference, Graz 12-14 February
Users TCP Workshop at the
Citizens of which country claim to trust their energy providers most and why? What are the most successful business models for distributed energy provision? Dr Declan Kuch and A/Prof Iain MacGill address these questions and many more to introduce the newly relaunched User-Centred Energy Systems Technology Collaboration Programme (Users TCP by IEA), outlining the Annexes Australia is involved with and leading. The mission of the Users TCP is to mission is to provide evidence from socio-technical research on the design, social acceptance and usability of clean energy technologies to inform policy making for clean, efficient and secure energy transitions. The workshop will be suitable for industry, government, civil society and consumer stakeholders working on market design and reform, automation, storage, consumer engagement and related issues.
‘Homing in on the keys to DER integration’, PV Magazine Australia
Natalie Filatoff reports on the relaunch of the User-Centred Energy Systems Technology Collaboration Programme (Users TCP by IEA) at the All Energy conference in Melbourne, Australia in October 2019, and the remit of the new Annex ‘Social Licence to Automate’.