Australia’s energy industry is undergoing a significant transformation as the sector decarbonises, decentralises and digitalises, and as consumers become increasingly engaged and active. For energy industry stakeholders this is a time of significant challenge and opportunity that requires greater collaboration between industry, regulators, policy makers, suppliers and end-users.
In response, Australian Energy Week has been designed to address the changing needs of participants in the entire energy market, who more than ever before need to access expert analyses and forecasting that gives them up to date information about the state of the broader industry as well as more specific developments in their field of specialisation. It will also give access to a large gathering of key industry decision makers for suppliers and solution providers to engage with.
Australian Energy Week is not just an exciting new event. It is an opportunity for the industry as a whole to come together at the only one-stop-shop energy event in the country. And it comes with an extremely strong pedigree, amalgamating a number of existing successful, high level conferences, the Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook Conference (EAEMO), the NEM Future Forum and the Electricity Storage Future Forum with some new and cutting edge content streams and an engaging exhibition area.
Why you need to be at Australian Energy Week:
- Your only opportunity in 2016 to network with key players from the entire energy value chain under one roof
- Unparalleled access to industry and government leaders whose decisions shape the future of the energy industry
- Tailored content streams addressing your biggest challenges and uncovering real commercial opportunities
- To successfully navigate your organisation through an uncertain future as the sector decentralises, decarbonises and digitalises
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