Conference Agenda

Conference Agenda

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Opening Plenary - Grand Plenary Hall

8:00am

Opening Remarks: Kane Thornton, CEO, Clean Energy Council

8:10am

Victorian Minister's Welcome: The Hon Lily D’Ambrosio MP, Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Government of Victoria

8:30am

Federal Ministerial Keynote: The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP, Minister for Environment and Energy, Federal Government

8:50am

Keynote Address: Details coming soon

9:20am

Panel Discussion: Renewable Energy Developments and the Energy Industry: What policy framework and operational mechanisms are required to create greater certainty for the market

Panellists:
Paul Italiano, CEO, TransGrid
Ian Learmonth, CEO, CEFC
Kent Draper, Vice President of Project Finance APAC, First Solar
Dr Kerry Schott AO,  Independent Chair, Energy Security Board
Paula Conboy, Chair, AER
Matthew van der Linden, Managing Director, Flow Power


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10:20am - 11:20am BREAK

11:20am - 12:40pm

Grand Plenary Hall


Energy Storage
Exploring viable business models for behind the meter storage

Room 216


Grid Integration, Security and Reliability 
Increasing renewables into the grid: A look at control and stability systems and how they are stabilising the grid

Room 217


Energy Efficiency
Run by the Energy Efficiency Council

Showcasing the best in energy efficiency upgrades

Room 218


Electric Vehicle
Run by the Electric Vehicle Council of Australia

Room 219


Large Scale Solar
Current project projections: Project development hurdles and financial considerations faced

Sponsored by:

Room 220


Finance
Investment in  renewable energy in Australia compared to the rest of the world


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12:40pm - 1:40pm BREAK

1:40pm - 3:00pm

Grand Plenary Hall


Energy Storage
Technical and commercial aspects of hydrogen storage

Room 216


Retail and Distribution  Strategies
Creating a consumer centric approach: Revaluating the engagement strategy and creating strategic approaches to deal with evolving trends

Room 217


Community Engagement
Community engagement strategies when planning new projects

Room 218


Electric Vehicle
Run by the Electric Vehicle Council of Australia

Room 219


New Energy Technologies 
How virtual power plants will change the energy landscape

Room 220


Grid Integration, Security and Reliability
Future cross border trading on the grid


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3:00pm - 3:30pm BREAK

3:30pm - 4:50pm

Grand Plenary Hall


Energy Storage
Technical comparisons, efficiency overviews and key enablers in battery storage technology

Room 212


Wind Energy
Hybrid wind and solar energy

Room 213


Hydrogen
A look at the latest hydrogen projects and the potential export possibilities

Sponsored by:

Room 216


New Energy Technologies
Exploring new types of renewable energy technologies that could be untapped in Australia

Room 217


Community Energy
New approaches for  communities to partner with renewable energy developers, retailers, councils and network companies

Room 218


Electric Vehicle
Run by the Electric Vehicle Council of Australia

Room 219


Large Scale Solar
Improving operations and reliability of large scale solar systems

Room 220


Grid Integration, Security and Reliability
Technology and business models needed in delivering secure energy to the end user


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5:00pm - 6:30pm GRAND NETWORKING FUNCTION
All-Energy Australia's 10th Anniversary Celebration and CEC's Solar Design & Installation Awards


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Expo Floor Theatre 2

9:30am - 12:30pm

PV Magazine’s Roundtable Discussion


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1:15pm - 2:45pm

RenewEconomy’s Live Podcast


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3:30pm - 4:50pm

Residential Solar
Solar PV in multi-unit dwellings and rental properties


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Thursday, 4 October 2018

7:30am - 9:00am INVESTOR BREAKFAST
(Please note this event is invite only)

Opening Plenary - Room 219 & 220

8:45am

Chair: Catherine Way, Business Development Manager, DP Energy

Keynote Address: Mr Pat Conroy MP, Shadow Assistant Minister for Climate Change and Energy

9:15am

Launchpad to Successful Commercialisation: Richard Adams, Director, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory 

9:45am

Panel Discussion: A look at the game changers of the energy industry: How an evolving grid is bringing positive disruption to the future energy system

Panellists:
Huon Hoogesteger, Founder, Smart Commercial Solar
Ed McManus, CEO, Powershop
Matthew Grantham, Sales Executive, Power Ledger
Cienna Turpie, Manager, Energy Transition Hub
Michael Joffe, CFO / Corporate Development, Zen Ecosystems
Herman Chang, General Manager of Energy Infrastructure Solutions BG, Delta Electronics


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10:30am - 11:10am BREAK

11:10am - 12:30pm

Room 213


Smart Grid
Energy solutions that are creating smarter and more interconnected communities

Room 216


Bioenergy
Detailing the financial, fuel source risks, procurement and logistical processes and technology considerations in a major biomass fuel switch project

Room 217


Energy Efficiency
A step-by-step view at the cost, environmental and sustainable impacts that  energy efficiency enhancements or an integrated energy strategy has  had on different industries

Room 218


Commercial Solar
Real insights into the future of the industry and what it will take to advance it further

Room 219


Government Initiatives
New State and National policies, programs and grants in renewable energy

Room 220


Energy Storage 
A look at energy storage regulation, policy considerations and standards

Sponsored by:

 


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12:30pm - 1:00pm BREAK

1:00pm - 2:20pm

Room 213


Grid Integration, Security and Reliability
Cyber security and the power grid

Room 216


Bioenergy
Bioenergy as a fit for your facility: What you need to know

Room 217


Microgrid / Offgrid
Examining the key growth areas and market outlooks  for microgrids, off-grid and fringe-of-grid

Room 218


Ocean Based Technologies
How ocean energy can work with energy storage, offgrid and other renewable applications

Room 219


Market Mechanisms
A look at the potential applications and promise of block chain in the energy sector

Room 220


Energy Storage
Strategies and insights on grid scale storage with wind and solar


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2:20pm - 2:50pm BREAK

2:50pm - 4:10pm

Room 213


Future Energy and the Grid
Beyond the RET and  what we can expect

Room 216


Energy and Agriculture Industry
The growing push for renewable and efficient  energy usage in the agriculture industry

Room 217


Microgrid / Offgrid
Exploring innovative, technological and commercial practicalities in installing a microgrid system

Room 218


Market Mechanisms
Step-by-step analysis of corporate PPA’s

Room 219


Energy Efficiency
Policy initiatives in energy efficiency for businesses

Room 220


Energy Storage
It's not just about batteries: Assessing alternative storage opportunities


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4:15pm - 5:00pm CLOSING PLENARY DEBATE

What can we expect from the National Energy Guarantee?

John Soderbaum, Director Science and Technology, ACIL Allen Consulting
Lillian Patterson, Director Energy Transformation, Clean Energy Council
Tim Nelson, Head of Economics, Policy and Sustainability, AGL Energy


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Interested in Waste-To-Energy?

Waste Expo, the country’s premier event for the waste and resource recovery industry, is co-located with All-Energy Australia 2018. The following waste-to-energy sessions are available at Waste Expo Australia 2018.


Waste Summit - Wednesday, 3 October 2018

1:40pm

Have we finally reached the Waste-to-Energy (WtE) tipping point?
David Cocks, Victoria & Tasmania Manager, MRA Consulting Group

2:15pm

Financing consideration in waste-to-energy projects
Henry Anning, Bioenergy Lead, CEFC

2:50pm

Waste-to-Energy from an overseas and local context
Dr Marc Stammbach, Managing Director, Hitachi Zosen Inova Australia Pty Ltd

3:25pm

Case Study: Kwinana Waste-to-Energy Project
Anthony Douglas, Project Engineer, Phoenix Energy Australia Pty Ltd

4:00pm

Waste-to-energy in a circular economy

Barry Sullivan, Downer
Kurt Palmer, STEINERT Australia
Mike Haywood, Mike Haywood’s Sustainable Resource Solutions
Christopher Lane, Sustainability Victoria

Wastewater Summit - Wednesday, 3 October 2018

10:15am

Growth & Costs: Steps toward a sustainable waste-to-energy solution
Simon Taylor, Executive Manager Infrastructure and Capital Delivery, Unitywater



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