National Smart Energy Summit

Australian companies that are emerging as climate leaders, including QBE Group, CBUS and Telstra will be taking the stage at the National Smart Energy Summit in Sydney on December 10. They will be joining AEMO chief executive Audrey Zibelman, RE100’s Jon Dee and former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to explain the actions they are taking to avoid further climate risk and protect shareholders.

Summit goers will hear case studies presented by major Australian businesses about reducing emissions and saving money with smart energy and the all-round benefits this brings.  

NSW Energy Minister Matt Kean who is a prominent member of the Coalition for Conservation (C4C) and Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore will also be speaking at the event being staged by the Smart Energy Council.

Delegates will hear from other chief executives from the banking and insurance sector about investments in renewable energy and using balance sheets to unlock the capital needed to decarbonise the energy supply.

The move among progressive businesses and their actions to increase the levels of renewable energy in the corporate sector will be showcased at the Sydney Summit, complemented by Dr Zhengrong Shi of SunMan, multi award-winning scientist Prof Martin Green of UNSW, Simon Corbell and Professor John Hewson.

The updated speaker list and other details can be seen at 

With a top line up of thought leaders taking to the stage on 10 December at the Hilton, it will be an opportunity to hear and reflect on the latest views from politicians, corporate leaders and renewable experts playing a leadership role.

A reminder that the National Smart Energy Summit program covers a special segment on Corporate Leadership – Reducing Power Bills and Emissions with Renewables.

On the agenda: Smart Energy Vision, A vision for Australia’s future that goes beyond 100 per cent renewables, building big renewable energy infrastructure projects, Hydrogen Hubs and Renewable Energy Zones to power north and south-east Asia

Storage Solutions: Large-scale storage, Battery storage Virtual Power Plants, Pumped hydro/hydrogen, Energy Efficiency and Time for Action.

The National Smart Energy Summit is one event you will not want to miss.

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Meet the influencers, decision makers and industry experts and expand your network and knowledge base.

Save the date: Tuesday December 10 at the Hilton Hotel, Sydney.

The day’s conference sessions will be followed by informal networking drinks. All welcome!