With wind accounting for 35.9 per cent of all renewable energy generation in Australia in 2020 according to Australian Wind Energy, there is a growing recognition for the role that renewable energies will play in Australia’s future.
Running from 19 to the 20 July 2021, the Australian Wind Energy show is back, providing a premier platform to network and exchange information between stakeholders across Australia’s wind value chain.
The event functions as both an onshore and offshore conference and exhibition, aimed to “Inject Energy into Each Phase of Wind Development.”
The show attracts over 500 industrial stakeholders from Australian state and federal governments to home and international investors to network providers and more.
With a collection of over 60 host speakers and more than 20 booths and 24 hours of structured networking, the event presents new partnership opportunities with Government Bodies, Asset Owners, Developers, Manufacturers and EPCs.
This event and will also provide a Wind Power Finance and Investment Guideline for Australia as well as an Offshore Wind Power Supply Chain Management Guideline for Australia.
With a diverse portfolio of host speakers, some example speakers include:
- Lily D’Ambrosio: Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Victorian Government
- Dean Sharafi: Head of System Management, AEMO
- Chloe Hicks, Director, Energy Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Zones, the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
- Richard Lowe, Executive General Manager, Business Growth, Transgrid
- Ashley Manna, Group Executive, Corporate Development, Electranet
These speakers will cover topics ranging from the federal government’s strategies towards policy and regulation to how a statutory pathway for future offshore wind can be created to panels featuring topics such as mitigating the risks of wind farm projects from a financiers’ perspective.
This year the show will be collated with Solar Energy Future Australia 2021 and Connecting Green Hydrogen APAC 2021 at Pullman Melbourne Albert Park.
For more information on the event click here.