Successfully Managing Change in the Electric Energy Industry + EESA Special General Meeting

Successfully Managing Change in the Electric Energy Industry + EESA Special General Meeting


This presentation will be followed by a Special General Meeting to vote on proposed amendments to the EESA constitution. Details of this special general meeting have been sent via email to EESA members.

See a summary of proposed constitution amendments.

See the amended proposed constitution.


  • Registration: 4:30pm - 5pm
  • Seminar presentation: 5pm - 6pm
  • Special general meeting: 6pm - 6:15pm


Having been involved in a number of major network events such as the 2009 Black Saturday Kilmore East - Kinglake Fire court case (as a shadow expert witness) and Auckland Power Failure (assisting with the Government Inquiry), Jeff Allen has seen how relatively simple errors/oversights can result in causing a significant event with major impacts on everyone associated with the event.

He will discuss why engineers need to understand the all the details of their area of expertise as well as the “big picture” overview of the changes that are occurring and the impact of these changes on the transmission and distribution system so that they can successfully make the transition to this much more complicated world.

Jeff will present for 45 minutes and there will be a 15 minute Q& A session.


Jeff Allen, National President of the Electric Energy Society of Australia

Jeff completed a degree in Electrical Engineering from Sydney University in 1967 and has undertaken many professional development activities and formal technical and management training courses during his career.

As well as many engineering roles, he has held a number of executive positions in various companies. These roles include CEO, GM Networks and GM Network Services at Integral (now Endeavour) Energy, CEO of Energy Auctions (now Energy Action Ltd), CEO of AK Power Solutions (now part of Insulect) and Director Client Services at EMS Solutions.

He has also consulted widely in Australia and New Zealand in the areas of network regulatory and pricing submissions, best practice asset management, engineering consulting, business process re-engineering, procurement best practice and culture change management. He has held a number of board positions with various companies for varying periods over the past 22 years.

Event Details

Wednesday 4 September 2019

Registration: 4:30pm | Presentation: 5pm - 6pm | SGM: 6pm


Endeavour Energy, Warragamba Room

51 Huntingwood Drive

Huntingwood NSW

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EESA members: $0
Non-members: $30


The NSW chapter of the Electric Energy Society of Australia

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