Leading voices to feature at Energy Next
There is one month to go until Energy Next takes place at ICC Sydney on 18–19 July.
Co-located with the Clean Energy Council’s (CEC) Australian Clean Energy Summit, the events will feature leading voices in the clean energy space, joined by policymakers like Chris Bowen, Minister for Climate Change, and Energy and State Energy Ministers, Hon Lily D’Ambrosio, Hon Shane Rattenburg and Hon Penny Sharpe.
The free-to-attend event will feature an exhibition floor full of the latest clean energy technologies, alongside policymaking and advisory organisations.
The Clean Energy Council’s Solar Masterclass, to be held as part of Energy Next, has launched its agenda, which will feature Amanda Brown, Manager SRES Operations, Clean Energy Regulator and be chaired by the Director of the Clean Energy Council, Con Hristodoulidis, who will talk about the Clean Energy Regulator’s compliance focus into 2024 and beyond. Safework NSW will be presenting about the approach to rooftop solar installation.
Panels and presenters at the CEC Solar Masterclass will also present on Premium String Inverters vs Module Level Power Electronics, the importance of solar system maintenance, EV charging and how it fits into an existing service offering, battery system installation best practice, an introduction to microgrids and more.
Visitors will be able to hear about the latest policies, products and projects at both the Australian Clean Energy Summit and Energy Next, and they will be given the opportunity to network with peers, experts and opinion leaders in the clean energy space.
Energy Next will host Networking Drinks after Day 1 of the event, while the Australian Clean Energy Summit will host the Women in Renewables lunch featuring a panel of women in different stages of their clean energy careers. The NAB Gala Dinner will also be held, where the 2023 Clean Energy Council awards are presented.
Energy Next will hold a ‘Share & Win’ promotion, where attendees can share their experience at the event using the hashtag #EnergyNextAU, where they can go into the draw to win an all-expenses paid trip to All-Energy Australia for 2 people.
To register: https://www.energynext.com.au/en-gb/register.html.
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