Victorian Smart Energy Summit – this Tuesday
Keen to hear more about the large-scale renewable energy and energy storage project pipeline of 140 projects totaling 14 GW with 3 GW of energy storage? All you need do is roll up to the Victorian Smart Energy Summit at Melbourne Town Hall on Tuesday 12 June.
At the high level event you will hear from thought leaders who are shaping the future of renewable energy in Australia, leading renewable energy companies and advocates.
Hear from CWP Renewables, Windlab, Fluence Energy (world’s biggest energy storage company), Lyon Group and a host more.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation, Climate Council, The Australia Institute, GetUp, Environment Victoria, Green Energy Markets, ESCO Pacific, Cobra, City of Melbourne, Essential Media, Kilara Capital, Moreland Energy Foundation and the ACTU are among the presenters.
Should you need any more compelling reasons to attend, there are several:
As a supplier, contractor or financier it is important to stay up-to-date on the latest projects.
You can find out what best practice looks like, and learn from others.
What about the National Energy Guarantee and the Victorian Renewable Energy Target?
At the Summit you can hear more about the future of Australia’s renewable energy industry that is about to be decided, with NEG and climate change and renewable energy targets being set right now: find out what it means for you.
The event takes place from 8.30am-5.00pm.
It’s a full day’s program with a top line-up of speakers at a very reasonable fee.
Members - $165
Non-members - $330
NGO/Student - $ 110
Registration fee includes arrival and morning tea, lunch and networking drinks at the conclusion of the summit.
For more information or to register visit http://www.smartenergy.org.au
Tuesday 12 June, 8.30am to 5.30 pm
Swanston Hall, Melbourne Town Hall
SUMMIT PARTNERS: Fluence, Lyon Group, Redback Technologies, Solax, Windlab, Smart Energy Training Centre
Lily D’Ambrosio, Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change
Simon Corbell, Victorian Renewable Energy Advocate
John Grimes, Smart Energy Council
Petra Stock, Climate Council
Alex Hewitt, CWP Renewables
Lily Habib, Pacific Hydro
Achim Hoehne, Windlab
Jonathan Upson, ESCO
Mark Leslie, Fluence
Mark Wakeham, Environment Victoria
Miriam Lyons, GetUp!
Anton Rohner, UPC Renewables
Tristan Edis, Green Energy Trading
Tony Douglas, Essential Media
Cathy Oke, City of Melbourne
Alison Rowe, Moreland Energy Foundation, and
Ben Krasnostein, Kilara Capital, and
CEFC and TAI.