The Energy Efficiency Council (EEC) will reach its ten year milestone in June 2019, and is celebrating the achievement by hosting an event in Melbourne to reflect on the past ten years in energy efficiency.
The event, The critical decade: Making energy work, will bring together 200 business leaders, policy makers, regulators, influencers and not-for-profits to look to the next, critical decade of Australia’s energy transformation, and discuss how we get to an energy system that is affordable, reliable and clean for everyone.
Being held on June 12 at the Collins Square Events Centre, the event will kick off with a leaders forum. In the post-election landscape, the forum will ask what can the industry learn from global trailblazers in energy efficiency, and how to move energy management to the centre of Australia’s energy debate.
The forum will be followed by a celebratory reception with drinks, canapés, music and networking to recognise the achievements of the Energy Efficiency Council’s members and partners who have contributed to the sector over the past decade.
The EEC will additionally launch its new major report, The World’s First Fuel: How Energy Efficiency is Reshaping Global Energy Systems.
Register here to be part of this special event.
For more information, email or call 03 8327 8422.