Australia, Policy, Renewables, Solar, Storage

Taking charge of the energy transition

The Climate Smart Engineering Conference program has just been announced.

The shift to renewable and clean energy sources requires innovative engineering solutions that ensure reliability, cost-effectiveness and sustainability.

On 22 August 2024, Engineers Australia will deliver the Climate Smart Engineering Conference (CSE24), an engaging, one-day conference program focused on our most significant climate challenge – the clean energy transition.

Engineers Australia CEO, Romilly Madew AO, said this conference is an opportunity to hear from a wide range of experts in climate smart engineering, learn from successful technical solutions and strategies and connect with peers.

“CSE24 brings you the latest insights and engineering innovations – examining everything from the role of digital technology and AI to the challenges of decarbonising Australia’s heavy industry and transport sector and up-skilling in renewable energy,” Madew said.

Navigating regulatory and policy frameworks for renewable energy projects and taking a system-of-systems approach to building our future energy infrastructure will also be key themes.

Now in its fourth year, CSE24 is dedicated to addressing climate change from the engineering perspective.

With engineers and industry poised to play a major role in Australia’s clean energy transition, this is an opportunity to network, connect and collaborate to build a better and more sustainable world.

To view the program and register, visit here.

CSE24 speakers include:

  • Arron Wood AM, sustainable business expert
  • Merryn York HonFIEAust CPEng NER, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)
  • Dominic Adams, Energy Networks Australia
  • Jacqui Bridge FIEAust CPEng EngExec, Powerlink Queensland
  • Meheroop Chopra, Fortescue
  • Marghanita Johnson, Australian Aluminium Council

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