New focus for Renewable Cities Australia 2019


Thursday, 04 April, 2019


New focus for Renewable Cities Australia 2019

Renewable Cities Australia (RCA) has announced ‘renewable’ as the focus for this year’s event, revealing exciting key changes to its program. The 2019 conference and associated exhibition will feature products, services and projects helping to decarbonise our economy through efficiency and automation. Renewable-generation technologies and energy providers will also be showcased, with a particular focus on large-scale power purchase agreements.

Entering its fourth year co-located with the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition, RCA will now be a free-to-attend two-day event featuring new industry association partners. The newly formed Business Renewables Centre Australia is the principal partner for the 1-day Renewable Cities Forum, while the Electric Vehicle Council and Hydrogen Mobility Australia have partnered to create a 1-day Zero Emissions Transport Workshop.

Local councils and city government will still be important visitors at the conference. Because cities and towns cannot obtain 100% renewable energy without participation from the commercial sector, which has seen a dramatic increase in renewable uptake, the 2019 RCA Forum will be designed to deliver benefit to these commercial organisations, as well as the cities and councils that have attended the event for the past three years.

What: Renewable Cities Australia 2019

When: 13–14 June 2019

Where: International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney)

Web: https://renewablecities.com.au/

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