7:00am – 8:30am, Wednesday 5 October
Room 212, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
New to our All-Energy Australia conference program in 2016, the All-Energy Investor Breakfast will provide a an exclusive opportunity for investors to hear about the latest Australian clean energy project developments and to foster networking between renewable energy project proponents and the investment community in a relaxed setting, leading in nicely to the All-Energy Day 2 plenary program, centred around the key topics of innovation and investment.
The session will feature:
A showcase of updates from major Australian clean and renewable energy project proponents:
Bannerton Solar Park a 55 MW conventional Solar PV development in North West Victoria
Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park project a unique hybrid renewable energy development integrating wind and solar PV technology
Developers of the Kidston Pumped Storage Hydro Project and the Kidston Solar Project
Singleton Solar Farm is a 6 acre 407kW PV farm built in 1998- comprising two 200kW stages
Infigen Energy develops, owns and operates renewable energy generation assets in Australia. We own six wind farms and a solar farm with a combined installed capacity of 557 megawatts operating in New South - Wales, South Australia and Western Australia
This breakfast also offers attendees the opportunity to meet and network with new potential project partners, collaborators and valuable contacts.
We welcome clean and renewable energy project developers and institutional investors interested in clean energy infrastructure assets to register for this session.
PRICE: $50 excl. GST
Price includes a catered breakfast with tea and coffee refreshments.
Places are strictly limited, confirm your booking early to avoid missing out.
Please note that only clean energy project developers who are actively seeking investment in their clean energy projects capitalised at $100,000 or higher and qualified institutional investors will be eligible to register to attend this breakfast session.
An institutional investor will be defined as an individual responsible for direct investment of funds by an institution or a major investment broker, including, but not limited to banks, sovereign wealth funds, pension/superannuation funds, insurance companies, mutual funds, hedge funds, endowments, unit trusts and family offices.
We invite all other parties to attend our free of charge 7 stream All-Energy conference and exhibition. Registration is available here.