• 26-27 October 2022
  • MCEC, Melbourne

Virtual Conference 2021

Photo Credit: Infigen — Walkaway Wind Farm, WA

2021 Virtual Conference Session Recordings

Australia's largest clean energy event is taking its conference online this October. Across 15 sessions, the virtual conference will bring together over 50 leading experts to discuss the latest developments, challenges and opportunities facing the industry. Working closely with our partner, Clean Energy Council, this free-to-attend virtual conference will take place alongside Energy Efficiency Expo and Waste Expo Australia. Browse the All-Energy Australia sessions below or click on the right to view the full program overview.

PLENARY 1: THE PATHWAY TO NET ZERO

PLENARY 2: THE ENERGY SYSTEM TRANSITION AND THE TECHNOLOGY THAT'S EVOLVING TO SUPPORT THIS

COMMUNITY BATTERIES

INTEGRATING ELECTRIC VEHICLES INTO THE ELECTRICITY SYSTEM: CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES, AND POSSIBLE FUTURES

RENEWABLE ENERGY AND THE SUSTAINABLE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

UNITING INDUSTRY TO SUPPORT THE GROWTH OF SOLAR IN THE RAPIDLY TRANSFORMING GRID

HYDROGEN – MAPPING THE SUPPLY CHAIN

OVER 50 SPEAKERS INCLUDING:

Hon Lily D’Ambrosio MP, Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Victorian Government

The Hon Chris Bowen MP, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy

Libby Chaplin
CEO, Battery Stewardship Council Ltd

Dr Fiona Simon, CEO, Australian Hydrogen Council 

Darren Miller, CEO, Australian Renewable Energy National Agency (ARENA)

Keiran Price, Senior Project Officer, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Lisa Zembrodt, Director, Operations – Energy Markets, Energy & Sustainability Services, Schneider Electric

Greg Hannan, Head of Network Strategy and Non-Network Solutions, Citipower, Powercor and United Energy 

Davina Rooney, CEO, Green Building Council of Australia

Daniel Westerman, CEO, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)

Julia Halioua, Sustainability Advisor, Frasers Property Australia

Frank Ochel, Senior Principal - Utilities Strategy, Accenture

Interested in energy efficiency, waste management and resource recovery?

Alongside All-Energy Australia’s conference, Energy Efficiency Expo and Waste Expo Australia will also run sessions on energy efficiency, waste management and recycling. Visit their websites to view and register for free.