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Terry Teoh

GM Engineering, ZEN Energy

Terry Teoh

GM Engineering, ZEN Energy

Terry has a background with large corporates as a business executive responsible for $10m P&L with strong commercial, managerial and organisational experience in the clean energy industry.

KEY COMPETENCIES
Strategy – strategy formulation and problem solving
Execution – effective planning and results-driven execution
Leadership – mobilises teams through relationships and communication
International Perspective – worked overseas in the private sector and development aid

EXPERIENCE
10 years experience in Business Unit and Corporate roles (Australia)
2 years overseas development aid (Cambodia)
8 years vendor experience (UK)
5 years contracting experience (Australia)

Provides business advice to a portfolio of social enterprises focusing on financial viability, profit turnaround, strategy planning, access to markets, mission clarity and branding

Day: Wednesday 14th June 2017
Time: 3.45pm – 5.00pm Stream 2
Topic: Monetising Storage at the Grid Edge in the Adelaide CBD: The South Australian storage demo project

ZEN Energy is delivering 513kWh of behind the meter storage at three high profile public institutions for the South Australian government and one Adelaide City Council site.  To be commissioned in mid-2017, this ground-breaking $1.1m project will demonstrate the real time optimisation and monetisation of battery storage in the National Electricity Market on GreenSync’s ‘grid edge’ software platform.  The batteries will perform behind the meter applications, comprising demand charge management and tariff arbitrage in conjunction with Demand Response. The project points the way to deployment of commercial storage in 2017, beginning with business and industrial customers in South Australia looking to manage their soaring electricity costs in an increasingly uncertain and volatile market.  Just as importantly, the project will demonstrate battery front of meter applications comprising network response and provision of electricity market ancillary services.   These uses will generate real knowledge and commercial learnings about the role of batteries to safeguard and support the continuing transformation of the South Australian electricity system.

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