Getting ready for Energy Next in Sydney

Getting ready for Energy Next in Sydney

The clean energy event, Energy Next, takes place at the ICC in Sydney on July 18th – 19th.

Co-located with the Clean Energy Council’s, Australian Clean Energy Summit, the events will feature leading voices in the clean energy space, joined by policy makers like Chris Bowen, Minister for Climate Change and Energy and State Energy Ministers, Hon Lily D’Ambrosio, Hon Shane Rattenburg and Hon Penny Sharpe.

With an exhibition floor full of the latest clean energy technologies, alongside policy making and advisory organisations and a high-calibre agenda of talks and panels featuring some of the country’s top ‘clean energy’ experts, Energy Next is a free-to-attend industry event.

The Clean Energy Council’s Solar Masterclass, held as part of Energy Next, has also just launched its agenda, kicking off with Amanda Brown, Manager SRES Operations, Clean Energy Regulator and chaired by Director of the Clean Energy Council, Con Hristodoulidis, who will talk about the Clean Energy Regulator’s compliance focus into 2024 and beyond.

Safework NSW will also present about the approach to rooftop solar installation.

Panels and presenters at the CEC Solar Masterclass will also present about Premium String Inverters vs. Module Level Power Electronics, the importance of solar system maintenance, EV charging and how it can fit into an existing service offering, battery system installation best practice, an introduction to microgrids and more.

You can view the agenda here. Attendees of the Solar Masterclass will be able to cover their maximum annual CPD points at Energy Next.

Both the Australian Clean Energy Summit and Energy Next give visitors the opportunity to hear about the latest policies, products and projects, as well as an opportunity to network with their peers, experts and key opinion leaders in the ‘clean energy’ space. Energy Next will host Networking Drinks after Day 1 of the event:

And the Australian Clean Energy Summit will host the Women in Renewables lunch which gives attendees the  chance to join hundreds of industry guests to hear from a panel of women in different stages of their clean energy careers who reflect on the power and importance of mentor relationships: and, of course, the NAB Gala Dinner where the 2023 Clean Energy Council awards are presented.

Anyone attending Energy Next can take part in the ‘Share & Win’ promotion by sharing their attendance at Energy Next using the hashtag #EnergyNextAU, where they could win an all-expenses paid trip to All-Energy Australia for 2 people, including flights, accommodation and $1000 spending money.

Registration for Energy Next is completely free, people simply need to go here to register to attend.

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