Rebecca has legal oversight of the risk management functions across Energetics. At the highest levels, she attends the business’ board meetings, has been a close advisor to the non-executive and executive directors through the recent sale transaction, and supports Energetics’ risk committee to ensure the coverage and resolution of any legal issues. More broadly, Rebecca works with Energetics’ consultants across Australia in all contract negotiations, tender and government submissions and maintains the company’s compliance with relevant rules, laws and regulations. She has deep insights into the rules and procedures within Australia’s energy markets having led the Market Participation Registration team for the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO).
In an area of growing opportunity for the business, Rebecca also manages the compliance of Energetics’ Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL) alongside our Responsible Managers.
During her time at AEMO, Rebecca worked on a new registration and classification system for aggregated, small-scale, localised batteries following a rule change as well as other key projects requiring intimate knowledge and application of the regulatory frameworks. She had responsibility for reviewing and navigating relevant rules and regulations as they applied to the emerging hybrid and energy storage solutions and providing recommendations to the appropriate AEMO committees to engage with the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) and Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) to progress policies.