Conference Agenda

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Tuesday 4 October 2016 

 

All-Energy Conference Program

All-Energy Partner Program

Clean Energy Council PD Day

The CEC's PD Day provides a one-stop shop every year for solar installers to get their fix of expert advice on the big design and installation issues currently facing the industry. 15 CPD Points will be allocated to eligible CEC installers who 'scan' into each CEC session.

Session Times

Session Times

Exhibition Floor Theatre 1

Exhibition Floor Theatre 2

8:00am - 10:20am


Opening Plenary Program Day 1: Rooms 219/220

8:00am Welcome from the Chair: Kane Thornton, Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council

8:10am State Ministerial Welcome: The Hon Liliana D’Ambrosio MP, Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Government of Victoria

8:30am National Keynote Address: Increasing integration of renewables into the electricity grid
John Bradley, Chief Executive, Energy Networks Association

9:00am National Keynote Address: Obligations for a retailer in a transitioning energy market 
Andrew Vesey, Chief Executive Officer, AGL

9:30am Panel Discussion:  Changing consumer demands and the shift towards a consumer centric and increasingly open energy marketplace - is the industry adapting fast enough? Are they equipped to make the necessary changes?
Kane Thornton, Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council
Ed McManus, Chief Executive Officer, Powershop
Amy Kean, NSW Renewable Energy Advocate
Dr Ron Ben-David, Chairperson, Essential Services Commission, Victoria
Phil Mackey, General Manager Solar & Emerging Businesses, Origin Energy
Rosemary Sinclair, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Consumers Australia

9:00am - 10:30am

CEC Professional Development

Updates and Need to Know

Energy Storage 1

R&D Showcase: The Future of Battery Technology

10:20am - 11:00am

Break

Morning Tea is served for VIP Package ticket holders

10:30am - 11:00am


 Break

11:00am - 12:20pm

Room 213


New Technology 1 

Exploring how Technologies such as IoT, Data Analytics, SCADA and Communications are Transforming the Renewable Energy Sector

Room 216

Community Energy 1

New Models and Innovative Initiatives Shaping the Future of Community Energy

Room 217

Smart Grid 1

Looking at the Future of Disruptive Technologies and New Business Models

Room 219

 

Government Initiatives 1

Future Roadmaps and Progressive Strategies for Renewable Energy at a State Level

Room 220

 

Energy Storage 2

Economics and Market Projections for Energy Storage

11:00am - 12:30pm

CEC Professional Development

Design Issues

 



Showcase: Latest Developments in Marine Energy

 

12:20pm - 1:20pm

Break

Lunch is served for VIP Package ticket holders

12:30pm - 1:30pm


 

Women in Renewables Lunch 

1:20pm - 2:40pm

Room 213


Energy Efficiency 1

The Building Blocks of Energy Efficiency led by the Energy Efficiency Council

Room 216



Wind Energy 1

Recent Developments in Wind Energy Project Development Globally and Domestically

Room 219

 
Off Grid 

Offgrid 1

Technical Challenges and Other Key Developments in Micro Grids

 

Room 217


Market Developments 1 

Investment Outlook : Analyst and Investor Perspectives

 

Room 220

 

Energy Storage 3

Latest Advances in Battery Storage System Technologies

1:30pm - 3:00pm

 

 

CEC Professional Development

Install Issues

 

Women in Renewables Lunch 

2:40pm - 3:25pm

Break

Afternoon Tea is served for VIP Package ticket holders

3:00pm - 3:30pm


 Break

3:25pm - 4:45pm

Room 213


Energy Efficiency 2

Meeting Australia’s Energy Productivity and Carbon Mitigation Targets by Improving Performance in Government, Business and the Community

 

Room 216

 

New Technology 2

Meeting Future Technology Innovation and R&D Needs in the Clean Energy Sector

Room 217

Market Developments  2

Building a Robust Clean Energy Sector by Looking at New Business Models, Skill Requirements and Commercial Needs 

Room 219

 

Solar 1

Outlook and Direction for Successful Development of Commercial Scale Solar

Room 220

 

Energy Storage 4

Residential Energy Storage

 

3:30pm - 5:00pm

 

CEC Professional Development

Big Picture

 

 

 

Workshop

Community Solar Project Financial and Funding Toolkit

5:00pm - 6:30pm


 Grand Networking Event


 

Wednesday 5 October 2016

  

All-Energy Conference Program


All-Energy Partner Program

Clean Energy Council's ATRAA Conference will delve the latest technical and business issues and opportunities in the small scale solar sector across two streams - a technical stream and a business stream. 15 CPD Points will be allocated to eligible CEC installers who 'scan' into each CEC session.

This afternoon’s partner program will also feature an innovation focussed session on electric vehicles and the future of transport.

Session Times

Session Times

Exhibition Floor Theatre 1

Exhibition Floor Theatre 2

8:30am–10:30am

Keynote Plenary Day 2: Rooms 219/220

8:30  Welcome from the Chair: Ivor Frischknecht, Chief Executive Officer, ARENA
8:35  Welcome from our session sponsor: Mark Kibby, General Manager, Yingli Green Energy Australia Pty Ltd
8:40  Innovation Showcase: Cutting-edge technological advances in clean energy:
Lior Handlesman, VP Marketing & Product Strategy, Founder, SolarEdge
Nathan Dunn, Managing Director, Enphase Energy
Josef Tadich, Sales and Application Engineering - Asia Pacific, Tesla Energy
Philip Livingston, Founder and Managing Director, Redback Technologies
James Hamilton, General Manager Sales - APAC
9:30am National Keynote Address: Market Impacts of the Renewable Energy Target and Sector Development Opportunities to Build Investment in the Large Scale Renewable Energy Target
Mark Williamson, Executive General Manager, Scheme Entry and Entitlement, Clean Energy Regulator
9:50 Panel Discussion:  Bringing stronger investment into the Australian clean energy sector – where are the current opportunities and are we doing enough to make Australia bankable?  
Richard Lovell, Executive Director – Corporate & Project Finance, Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Alexandra Campbell, Principal, Avoca Capital Advisors
Lane Crockett, Head of Renewable Infrastructure, Impact Investment Group Pty Ltd
Mark Schneider, Principal, Megawatt Capital
Ian Kay, Chief Financial Officer, ARENA

9:00am-10:30am

ATRAA Conference Stream 1: Session 1

Behind The Meter

10:30am - 11:00am

Break

Morning Tea is served for VIP Package ticket holders

10:30am - 11:00am

Break

11:00am - 12:20pm

Room 213

  

Low Carbon Transport 1

Market and Infrastructure Developments Supporting the Uptake of Electric Vehicles in Australia

Room 216

 

Solar 2

Technical Capabilities and Design Considerations  for Solar Projects

Room 217

Government Initiatives 2

Low Carbon Cities: The Interplay between Cities, Towns and Renewable Energy

Room 219

 
Future Energy

Future Energy and the Grid Case Study Session 1

A Distributed Energy Future: Considerations for Technology and Policy

 

Room 220

 

Energy Storage 5

Commercial  Scale Energy Storage

11:00am - 12:30pm

ATRAA Conference Stream 2: Session 1

Issues in The Industry 


ATRAA Conference Stream 1: Session 2

New Technologies 

12:20pm - 1:20pm

Break

Lunch is served for VIP Package ticket holders

12:30pm -1:30pm

Break

1:20pm - 2:40pm

Room 213

 
 

Energy Efficiency 3 

New Technologies, Systems and Major Developments Improving Energy Efficiency

Room 216

  

Bioenergy

Evaluating Bioenergy Applications on a Domestic and Global Scale from Technical Advancements to Financial Models and Delivery Methods

 

Room 217

Off Grid 

Off Grid 2

An Overview of Current and Proposed Off Grid and Micro Grid Projects and their Commercial Requirements for Success

Room 219

 

Wind Energy 2

Operational Challenges and Improvements

Room 220

 

Energy Storage 6

Technical Requirements for Implementing Energy Storage Systems

1:30pm - 3:00pm

ATRAA Conference Stream 2: Session 2

Battery Storage

 

ATRAA Conference Stream 1: Session 3

ATRAA Winners

2:40pm - 3:10pm

Break

3:00pm - 3:30pm

Break

3:10pm - 4:30pm

Room 213

 

Market Developments 3

Technology, Models and Concepts Shaping the Low Carbon Future of the Modern Residential Home 

Room 216

Future Energy

Future Energy and the Grid Case Study Session 2

Virtual Net Metering of Renewable Energy Production against Demand

Room 217

  

Project Development

Construction, Legal, Financial and Procurement Considerations for New Renewable Energy Projects

Room 219

 

Low Carbon Transport 2

Electric Vehicle Innovation and The Future of Transport 

Room 220



Energy Storage 7

Battery Safety and Performance Standards

3:30pm - 5:00pm

ATRAA Conference Stream 1: Session 4

Commercial Opportunities in the LRET market



ATRAA Conference Stream 2: Session 3

Frequently Asked Questions

4:30pm - 5:30pm


Grand Closing Plenary Debate - Room 220

Can market based policy measures like the renewable energy target be relied on to drive the growth of renewable energy in Australia, particularly given the ongoing policy changes and fact it is currently set to peak in 2020?
Chloe Munro, Chief Executive Officer, Clean Energy Regulator
Tony Wood, Energy Program Director, Grattan Institute 
Alexandra Campbell, Principal, Avoca Capital Advisors
Lane Crockett, Head of Renewable Infrastructure, Impact Investment Group Pty Ltd
Alan Pears AM, Senior Industry Fellow, RMIT University

Moderator: Kane Thornton, Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council

5:30pm

  Close of Conference

 

Get the VIP Treatment

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