Rhys Kealley

Rhys first started in the energy sector in Western Australia in 1999 with the Government department responsible for structural energy market reform. He supported the taskforce to disaggregate the state-owned monopoly electricity supplier, and he chaired a workgroup with independent generators to design the first electricity balancing market for the state.

He then had roles in long-term demand forecasting for the Victorian Energy Networks Corporation, and as a power and utilities analyst for EY and PwC focussing on the transitions in the energy sector.

Rhys joined British Gas in 2017 to lead on energy market reform for the Energy Settlements team and is now the Head of Energy Market Design for Centrica Business Services. He is responsible for drafting consultation responses and change proposals, coordinating process and system changes in response to gas and electricity industry releases, and he has delivered strategic settlement projects unlocking the benefits of smart meter data at British Gas.

He also represents Centrica & British Gas at a range of energy industry and regulatory forums and has been an independent industry representative for Ofgem’s Market-wide Half-Hourly Settlement Design Advisory Board.

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