Pro­gram high­lights

The Australian Energy Review - - ALL ENERGY 2017 -

elec­tric ve­hi­cle 1:

Mar­ket over­view - a tech­ni­cal and com­mer­cial out­look

Wed­nes­day 11 Oc­to­ber, 10.50am – 12.10pm

For the first time, sus­tain­able trans­port and elec­tric ve­hi­cles will make up part of the All-en­ergy Aus­tralia pro­gram. Elec­tric Ve­hi­cle Coun­cil chair Be­hyad Ja­fari and AGL’S elec­tric ve­hi­cles man­ager Kris­tian Hand­berg are among the in­dus­try ex­perts ex­plor­ing pol­icy and gov­ern­ment sup­port for elec­tric ve­hi­cles, as well as in­fra­struc­ture needs and new stan­dards re­quired to drive on Aus­tralia roads. A panel dis­cus­sion will fea­ture Tesla Mo­tors Aus­tralia se­nior man­ager Heath Walker and Mit­subishi Mo­tors na­tional PHEV man­ager Craig Nor­ris.

wind en­ergy:

look­ing at the wind en­ergy in­dus­try, their im­pact from an eco­nomic and so­cial per­spec­tive on the com­mu­ni­ties they op­er­ate in, and new devel­op­ment ways for­ward

Wed­nes­day 11 Oc­to­ber 10.50am – 12.10pm

Can wind farms and com­mu­ni­ties co-ex­ist har­mo­niously? The team be­hind the 240MW Ararat wind farm, Re­new­able En­ergy Sys­tems Aus­tralia’s com­mu­ni­ca­tions and com­pany ser­vices man­ager, Tanya Jack­son, and econ­o­mist John Noronha, will out­line their strate­gies for tack­ling this is­sue.

Na­tional Wind Farm com­mis­sioner An­drew Dyer will end the ses­sion with his pre­sen­ta­tion on col­lab­o­ra­tion and en­gage­ment in wind farm devel­op­ment.

Com­mu­nity en­ergy:

ini­ti­at­ing com­mu­nity projects for eco­nomic and so­cial ben­e­fit

Wed­nes­day 1:10pm-2:30pm

Luke White­side will share his ex­pe­ri­ence es­tab­lish­ing and rolling out the com­mu­nity led en­ergy ini­tia­tive, the War­bur­ton Hy­dro Project.

Del­e­gates will also learn about lo­cal gov­ern­ment and com­mu­nity re­new­able en­ergy part­ner­ship op­por­tu­ni­ties, and ex­plore how re­new­able en­ergy projects can em­power Indige­nous com­mu­ni­ties. Speak­ers in­clude pres­i­dent of The Val­ley Cen­tre, Tracey Cooper, and re­search di­rec­tor of Com­mu­nity Power Agency, Franzieska Mey.

Al­ter­na­tive fu­els:

Fu­ture po­ten­tial of Hy­dro­gen

Thurs­day 12 Oc­to­ber, 11:10am - 12:30pm

Hy­dro­gen Util­ity (H2U) CEO and co-founder, At­tilio Pigneri, will chair and lead this ses­sion, shar­ing his pro­jec­tion for fu­ture Aus­tralian hy­dro­gen projects. Hy­dro­gen­ics Europe N.V’S man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of on­site gen­er­a­tion Filip Smeets will look at re­new­able hy­dro­gen as a de­car­bon­is­ing so­lu­tion for the trans­port and fuel sec­tors. CSIRO En­ergy’s leader of the elec­tro­chem­i­cal en­ergy sys­tems team, Sarb Gid­dey, will con­clude with re­new­able en­ergy ex­port op­por­tu­ni­ties for Aus­tralia with hy­dro­gen.

project Devel­op­ment 2:

look­ing at the skills needed to shape the in­dus­try in­ter­nally and ex­ter­nally

Thurs­day 12 Oc­to­ber, 2:55pm – 4:15pm

A chang­ing in­dus­try de­mands a chang­ing work­force. En­ergy Skills Queens­land’s CEO, Pene­lope Twem­low, will ex­plore how the in­dus­try is adapt­ing. Sch­nei­der Elec­tric’s en­ergy per­for­mance bu­reau man­ager, Kim Kreutz, will ex­plain the value of peo­ple skills, es­pe­cially a ded­i­cated en­ergy man­ager, to an en­ergy strat­egy. Na­ture­sen­ergi PL’S Man­ager, Dar­ryl Lea­hey will talk about the un-tapped op­por­tu­nity of so­lar in In­done­sia, and the skills that can be trans­ferred from Aus­tralia.

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