Coast holds conference on clean technology
MORE than 70 keynote and industry speakers, 50 exhibitors and 250 delegates from across Australia will descend on the Sunshine Coast next May for the National Clean Technologies Conference and Exhibition.
The three day conference will be held at The Events Centre, Caloundra, and will further position the Sunshine Coast as Australia’s cleantech industry capital.
The Clean Technologies Conference will also play an important role in bringing key industry stakeholders together, to drive growth, innovation and investment in the region.
Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson said the Coast was leading the way nationally when it came to clean technology.
“The Sunshine Coast aims to be Australia’s most sustainable region – healthy, smart, creative,” Cr Jamieson said.
“We already have one of the highest concentrations of clean technology businesses in Australia and Sunshine Coast Council is driving sustainability as a point of difference within our region.
“Just this month, the Sunshine Coast was recognised in the Top 7 Intelligent Communities of 2019.”
Conference director Peta Moore, of Nectar Creative Communications, said the conference and exhibition would encompass all clean technology growth areas including energy, waste, water, built environment and transport, and provide a forum for the Australian cleantech community to focus on “national” issues and latest developments, as well as the opportunity to come together to network, learn and do business together.
For more information visit nctce.com.au/.