Energy Networks 2024 Conference + Exhibition is less than six months away! We are thrilled to announce the EN2024 program is taking shape and we can share just some of the exciting themes and case studies that will be explored.
The plenary sessions will tackle the big, strategic questions facing the energy industry with leading thinkers and decision-makers from within the sector.
These topics include:
Forecasting Australia’s energy transformation
What additional innovations do we need to see for engineering, planning, investment regulation and policy to deliver net zero at speed while at the least-cost.
Where are we now? A whole of system perspective
We keep talking about the energy future, but it’s important to take stock of what has already occurred and what the lessons have been.
Can Australia achieve a just transition?
How do we ensure the transition to net zero is fair, equitable and provides values for consumers and communities across Australia.
Technology and the future of energy
How are rapid technological advancements impacting how people and systems interact and what will this mean for the future of Australia’s energy sector.
The concurrent sessions will be jam packed with current, relevant case studies and examples of what is happening in the energy system today across all aspects of the network system – transmission, renewable gas, regulation, and distribution.
Speakers will be drawn from a broad spectrum of industry participants including member companies, state and federal government departments, industry and market bodies as well as consumer and community advocates.
The event will have a special focus on innovation, consumer outcomes and the need to create resilience in systems that promotes social license and community engagement. Taking place in Adelaide, the conference will highlight the world leading innovations from South Australia and showcase what other networks can learn from the highest penetration of renewable energy globally.
More broadly, the integration of renewables will be a prominent topic of discussion.
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There is a limited number of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities still available. To ensure your organisation is keeping company with the energy network leaders and decision-makers, contact Natasha Pembroke-Birss on +61 409 790 530 or email [email protected] to learn more about how you can get involved.