Prepare to be blown away – from the comfort of your own home or office – as the Clean Energy Council’s Wind Industry Forum, the must-attend annual event for Australian wind energy experts, moves online as a webinar series in 2020. Featuring five 90-minute webinars led by a panel of industry experts, these sessions will cover an array of topics to help you navigate both the challenges and opportunities currently facing the wind sector.
Explore the global transition towards utility optimisation and electrification through advanced microgrids. From utilities to regulators to government agencies, a global cross industry perspective on how to leverage the opportunities offered by microgrids will be provided through panels, workshops, case studies and debates.
Get ready for an exciting, high-calibre program filled with informative sessions and expert speakers to discuss the latest developments, challenges and opportunities facing the industry, and explore renewable energy’s enormous potential in supporting Australia’s economic recovery from covid-19. In partnership with the Clean Energy Council, the free-to-attend virtual conference has been curated to deliver the same quality of sessions as our face-to-face event. The online event will feature more than 18 premium sessions and over 70 leading expert speakers discussing high-interest topics discussing the latest developments, opportunities and challenges facing the clean energy sector.
A month-long journey focused on the operational phase of solar plants and portfolios in Australia, bringing global learnings and local perspectives to the comfort of your home. The quick growth of the large scale solar industry in Australia has raised questions related to its operations & maintenance and asset management practices. Solarplaza’s global conference series are built around the best practices in solar asset management, bringing together learnings from our global solar network with local application. Connecting stakeholders along the solar value chain, the conference provides a niche platform to engage in a conversation around the long-term return on investment of solar plants and portfolios.
The Australian Clean Fuels Summit will explore innovative policies and strategies to boost Australia’s biofuel industry and promote decarbonisation of the transportation industry – identifying how we can utilise a range of organic and inorganic waste streams to create low carbon, safe and renewable fuels for marine, aviation and road.
Bringing together over 300 key industry stakeholders – political leaders, regulators, energy producers, disrupters, and users – this comprehensive two-day event is a critical platform for the nation’s highest-level discussions of Australia’s energy challenges and opportunities. Join us as we work to determine a stable policy framework for providing more investment certainty, reducing carbon emissions, securing reliable power supply, and lowering prices.
Gain invaluable insights from 14 utilities and tap a diverse range of knowledge sharing opportunities with over 30 topics, two panel discussions and two pre-forum masterclasses. Content will cover virtual power plants, blockchain, EV chargers, dynamic export limits and value-stacking of residential energy storage revenue streams.
During these past 50 years solar energy has grown from being an emerging technology to a vibrant industry. The Century of Solar highlights the transformation in the global energy sector that has taken place since the first Solar World Congress in 1970 and looks forward to the next 50 years when solar energy will be a major cornerstone of the global energy system. SWC50 – The Century of Solar is about the people: researchers, industry players, policymakers and leaders of NGOs and non-profit organisations who have all contributed to make solar energy the fastest growing contributor to new electricity capacity.
The Palaszczuk government aims to reach 50% renewable energy by 2030 and is funding several clean energy projects across the state, hoping that renewable energies can serve as a foundation for Queensland’s economic recovery from the impacts of covid-19. This event will review the new government policy, new projects and new technologies being rolled out across Queensland.
The Energy Networks Australia conference and exhibition is designed to connect people from across the industry, providing opportunities to strengthen existing relationships and create new ones. This event provides unparalleled opportunities to create strong and enduring business relationships, do deals, collaborate, share ideas, be inspired and learn from one another.
The conference will bring together international and Australian speakers across many areas including: development of the Australian offshore wind industry; global overviews and trends; supply chain development; financing offshore wind projects; design, environment and engineering, and; the electricity market in Australia. Join us to learn more about opportunities for growing an Australian offshore wind industry.
The Australian Clean Energy Summit is the peak gathering of leaders driving Australia’s energy transformation. The two-day conference brings together heads of industry, government and finance to share the models, trends and technology innovations in driving clean energy adoption.
Energy Next will be the most comprehensive clean and renewable event for the NSW market. Powered by All-Energy Australia and held in conjunction with the Clean Energy Council’s Australian Clean Energy Summit, Energy Next will showcase the latest technologies in renewable energy and energy efficiency, offering access to business leaders, decision makers, contractors, installers, government, media and investors.