What's on at Australian Energy Week?
Australian Energy Week has been designed to provide both an all-encompassed and tailored in-depth learning experience for all attendees.
The event will provide attendees with a total of 6 content streams over three of the days, not including available pre-conference learning sessions! Click on each of the sessions below for more information and a detailed agenda.
The plenary day on 21 June – Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook - will address the biggest issues facing the energy sector, designed to give all in attendance a high level overview of the outlook for all parts of the energy supply chain, from generation to end use, and their broader implications.
The NEM Future Forum, a stream on 22 June, is focused on addressing the challenges and uncovering the opportunities facing networks in a time of rapidly increasing consumer engagement, changing demand patterns and an evolving technological landscape.
The Electricity Storage Future Forum, a stream on 22 June, will analyse the outlook for the deployment of storage technologies in Australia, the new business opportunities it creates and its impact on the energy existing markets.
NextGen Energy ICT, a stream on 22 June, will explore the exciting opportunities for energy companies to operate more efficiently and to deliver innovative services by analysing more and new data and embracing the digital evolution.
Future Generation, a stream on 22 June, will focus on understanding the future energy mix in Australia, integrating more renewables into the grid, the outlook for specific generation technologies and the policies needed to reach desired outcomes.
The Energy Policy Forum on 23 June is a seperately bookable day and designed to facilitate discussion between industry, end users and government at a state and federal level, to give attendees a better understanding of the policy outlook and to work towards better outcomes for all.