Author: Greg Denton

Energy Market

Integrated Resource Provider

Next week we transition from the Small Generation Aggregator category to the new Integrated Resource Provider category in the National Electricity Market. We are also a registered Market Customer. This transition makes it easier for us to help clients participate in …

Large-scale Renewables, Net Zero, Sustainabilty, Transformation

EECON 2022

Incite Energy Managing Director, Greg Denton spoke at the #EECON2022 annual conference in Brisbane last Wednesday – “Our Energy Future – Unlocking Net Zero”, presented by Electric Energy Society of Australia and Engineers Australia. Greg shared with the audience the work …

Emissions, Energy Market, Governance

Transparency in Australia’s energy future

Incite Energy Managing Director, Greg Denton comments on the need for ‘transparency’ as Ministers announce reset of Australia’s energy future. “The decisions taken by Commonwealth Government Energy Minister Bowen and the State Energy Ministers last Friday are to be commended. Ending consideration of the …


When Will Hydrogen Electricity Become a Reality?

We are frequently asked when hydrogen production and shipment as part of the electricity sector will become reality? This article in The Australian sums it up. Shell Energy and others like them are working to conventional development timetables and transitioning away …


Energy Governance and the Engineering Voice Roundtable

Today Incite Energy Managing Director, Greg Denton, participated in an Energy Governance and the Engineering Voice Roundtable organised by Engineers Australia. Discussion at the roundtable was focused on Engineers Australia’s call for a national transition plan for energy. Greg highlighted that …


6 Years of Operation

Congratulations to Incite Energy Directors’ – Neville Wood, Greg Denton and Michael Cornwall on 6 years of operation.


Renewable Energy Hub Optimal Governance Approach

With our local partners Zcubed Professional Services, Incite Energy are pleased to announce our appointment by the Northern Territory Government to assist in determining the optimal governance approach for its proposed Renewable Energy Hub. Lead by the Office of Sustainable Energy …

Energy Market, General

Energy Market Expectations for 2018

It’s that time of year for resolutions and predictions, so I thought I would, bravely, publish some expectations for the Australian energy markets for the year ahead. We can revisit this list in a year and see how right (or wrong) …

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