Approximately two dozen energy industry CEOs will come together on 7–8 May to discuss the key issues facing the industry, at the Power + Utilities Australia Leadership Summit at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. 

Kicking off day one, SA Power Networks CEO, Andrew Bills will present a keynote titled: Delivering a distributed energy future that works for customers, which will be followed by a panel featuring senior executives from EnergyQueensland, Transgrid and Ausgrid. 

On day two, the agenda will ramp up with an opening ‘State of the Nation’ panel moderated by ex-ABC Melbourne morning show host, Jon Faine, and featuring Hydro Tasmania CEO, Ian Brooksbank, along with Sarah McNamara (CEO, Australian Energy Council), Heidi Lee (CEO, Beyond Zero Emissions) and Amandine Denis-Ryan (CEO, IEEFA). Rounding out the panel is energy commentator Professor Bruce Mountain of the Victorian Energy Policy Centre.

Other highlights of the two-day conference include:

  • Andrew Bills, CEO SA Power Networks: Delivering a distributed energy future that works for customers
  • Lisa Chiba, CEO, Momentum Energy: Making the energy transition tangible for large and small consumers: the retailer challenge
  • Matthew van der Linden, CEO, Flowpower: Driving the transition with CER
  • Darren Busine, CEO, CS Energy: The future of renewable gas in Australia (Panel)
  • Carly Irving-Dolan, CEO, NRMA Energy: Is Australia ready for an EV revolution? (Panel)
  • Anthony Garnaut, CEO, ZEN Energy: Applying Regulation to Promote the Transition

Over 120 speakers representing the thought leaders of the energy value chain, from network utilities, generators and project developers, peak bodies and academia will unite to debate and discuss the key challenges of the energy transition over two days, alongside 80+ exhibitors showcasing products and services available to the energy sector.

Power + Utilities Australia will take place on May 7th and 8th at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, and registrations are open now.

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