Speakers

David Malicki

Senior Team Leader Energy Efficient Business Unit - NSW Office of Environment and Heritage

David Malicki

Senior Team Leader Energy Efficient Business Unit - NSW Office of Environment and Heritage

David Malicki is Senior Team Leader at the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, and leads the Energy Efficient Business unit.
Over his 10 year tenure at OEH he has delivered a number of state-wide energy savings programs for 20,000 plus NSW businesses; helping them reduce energy costs by over $500 million.
David received his Masters of Politics and Public Policy and Resource Management degrees from Macquarie University.
OEH offers programs, resources and financial support to help NSW organisations save money, increase productivity and gain a distinct competitive advantage.
David will speak about the new enabling and disruptive technology of battery storage, and how it fits into the energy systems of savvy businesses.

David received his Masters of Politics and Public Policy and Resource Management degrees from Macquarie University.
A key role of OEH is to promote environmental sustainability and resource-efficiency practices across New South Wales. OEH offers programs, resources and financial support to help NSW organisations save money, increase productivity and gain a distinct competitive advantage.

Day:  Wednesday 14th June 2017
Time: 2.00pm- 3.15pm
Presentation Topic: The new enabling and disruptive technology of battery storage, and how this fits into the energy systems of savvy businesses

Battery energy storage is still in its infancy in Australia, but technological improvements, falling prices and news buzz from companies such as Tesla, Panasonic and Samsung mean it is increasingly on the radar of many businesses. But there are many questions that still need to be answered.
The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage has designed tools, resources and training to help businesses and local councils work out if and when battery storage is the right solution for them.
These resources explore the financial and non-financial considerations that determine if your site is physically suitable for batteries.