Repositioning Gas as the Natural companion to Renewable Energy

Last month RISC Managing Partner Martin Wilkes presented at the APPEA Conference and Exhibition in Adelaide. His talk ‘Repositioning Gas as the Natural companion to Renewable Energy’ discussed the impact that increasing amounts of renewable energy has on existing power generation and supply systems, and explored the potential range of outcomes in emission levels, as well as the need to not only discuss renewable energy target, but to also understand the total energy mix, and the need to reposition gas from a transition fuel to the natural long companion of renewables.

Author: RISC Managing Partner – Martin Wilkes

The presentation was very well received by industry peers and gave topical insights towards the overall theme of the conference.

To view Martin’s presentation please click here, or to view previous RISC presentations from other industry events, please visit the Conference Papers section of our website.

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