National Smart Energy Summit announced
The summit is a national event, bringing together business leaders, policymakers, academics and civil society leaders to highlight the investment decisions being made by corporate Australia to reduce their emissions and cut power bills.
The summit will be an opportunity to hear about a vision for Australia’s future that goes beyond 100% renewables, including building significant renewable energy infrastructure projects and a new hydrogen economy than can power north and south-east Asia.
Smart Energy Council CEO John Grimes said, “Given the unprecedented level of investment being made by corporate Australia in renewables, the summit will be the perfect opportunity to explore the drivers underpinning investment decisions and to hear from the businesses that are making it happen.
“The summit will also explore the real potential for Australia to become a renewable energy exporting powerhouse and what needs to be done to bring that vision forward,” Grimes said.
The NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, has been invited to open the summit. Confirmed speakers include Dr Zhengrong Shi (SunMan), Professor Martin Green (UNSW), Professor John Hewson (ANU) and Simon Corbell (Energy Estate).
Registrations are open.
What: National Smart Energy Summit
When: 10 December 2019
Where: Hilton Sydney
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