For any organisation not categorised in our other stakeholder pages, we have linked pages below to explain what we have noted about their involvement from information in the public domain:
||The Australian Energy Market Commission was set up in 2005 by the Council of Australian Governments. The AEMC acts as a rule maker within the national energy markets but also provides advice to ministers on how to best develop energy markets over time.||–|
||The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) manages and plans Australia’s National Electricity Market (NEM) and the Victorian gas transmission network.||–|
|Altus Energy||Altus Energy Strategies helps businesses significantly reduce their energy costs through analysing how and when energy is used and then identifying opportunities to reduce fixed network charges, to buy electricity and gas at lower prices and to implement energy efficiency initiatives and alternatives.||–|
|David Headberry||David Headberry is currently the director of Headberry Partners, providing consultancy services on energy matters to large energy users. David has been involved in a number of SCER AER, AEMC and state regulatory processes, representing the interests of large energy consumers.||–|
|Department of Industry||The Department of Industry and Science is the department of the Australian federal Government responsible for consolidating the Government’s efforts to drive economic growth, productivity and competitiveness by bringing together industry, energy, resources, science and skills. The current Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science is Christopher Pyne.||–|
||EnerNOC is a provider of energy intelligence software (EIS). Originally founded in December 2001 in New Hampshire, United States of America. In July 2011, they acquired Energy Response, the largest demand response provider in Australia and New Zealand.||–|
|Global-Roam Pty Ltd
||Global-Roam is a software company that has been (since 2000) serving a broad range of companies and organisations in the Australian energy (electricity and gas) markets.
We’re based in Brisbane, and serve clients located across the east-coast of Australia (plus some stakeholders located in different companies around the world that use our products to keep an eye on energy in Australia).
Our client base is diverse – and includes wholesale participants (generators retailers and traders) and other stakeholders (government departments, energy users, consultants, investors, investment banks, network companies, equipment suppliers, etc…)
|Greensync||Greensync is a company based in Melbourne that develops cloud-based demand management software. GreenSync’s PeakResponse™ units can be connected to pumps, air compressors, standby generators, electrical battery storage systems, mineral crushers, metal furnaces, chillers, fans, freezers and lighting systems.||–|
|Oakley Greenwood||Oakley Greenwood provide consulting services for the energy and water industries covering wholesale, network and retailing.||–|
|Reposit Power||Reposit Power is a Canberra-based start-up that develops smart energy technology for homes and businesses. Reposit Powers’ GridCredits system allows owners of solar panels to automatically maximise their profits by selling power back to the grid at peak times and buying electricity when it’s cheapest.||–|
|Roy Ranney||Roy Ranney is a consultant and commercial manager with more than 20 years experience in both Australian and international markets. In addition to his consultancy work, Roy is also the NSW Regional Manager for the Energy Users Association of Australia.||–|
|Zepben||Zepben is a Canberra-based software and services company developing operational technologies to help integrate distributed energy resources into existing networks. The first generation products provide enhanced visualisation and forecasting of network load using AMI meter data and traditional telemetry, load flow analytics and capacity mapping visualisations. The next generation will provide Distributed Energy Resource orchestration and integration with Legacy command and control systems.||–|