New national conference for cleantech sector
The National Clean Technologies Conference & Exhibition (NCTCE) is a new, Australian-focused event that will encompass clean technology growth areas including energy, waste, water, the built environment and transport. The two-day conference will bring together key industry stakeholders to drive growth, innovation and investment in the sector.
The theme of ‘Creating Connections: Building Business’ presents a unique platform for producers, stakeholders and commercial end users of clean technology to come together. The program will focus on commercialisation, creating effective business clusters, the potential of the circular economy, innovation case studies and success stories, investment/funding channels, innovation and trends. It is hoped that the event will become the place for the cleantech industry to collaborate, be educated, be inspired, find opportunity and most importantly, do business.
Conference attendees will: hear from international and national leaders from the cleantech industry with real-world experience; discover new technology in waste, water, energy, transport and the built environment; explore how to create healthy, resilient and sustainable places and spaces for people to live and work; find out how regional Australia can take advantage of the rapidly growing cleantech sector; and learn about commercialising and deploying new cleantech innovation, and develop successful partnerships.
With over 250 delegates, 40 exhibitors and 55 speakers, the program includes local study tours, workshops and two full days of conference sessions.
- Arron Wood, Deputy Lord Mayor of Melbourne.
- Bianca Dragomir, European Cluster Manager of the Year. Clusters, SME and Cleantech Entrepreneurship Expert.
- Barry Du Bois, Master Builder, Interior Designer, TV Presenter, Sustainability Advocate.
- Cleve Schupp, Head of Marketing and Direct Sales for APAC and EMEA, Energy Products, Tesla.
- Rory Martin, Sustainability Manager, Frasers Property Australia.
- Jimmy Khoo, Singapore District Cooling/Singapore Power Group.
- Jorge Chapa, Head of Market Transformation, Green Building Council of Australia.
- ARC Laureate Professor Veena Sahajwalla, UNSW.
- Professor Timothy Beatley, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning, School of Architecture at the University of Virginia, USA.
- Angela Cooney, Sustainable Solutions Manager at Veolia.
The conference will be held on 29–31 May 2019 at The Events Centre, Sunshine Coast, Qld.
Registrations are open.
For further information visit www.nctce.com.au.
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