Mr Negus will host the debate on Friday 27 July from 9:00–10:00am to ascertain the changes that will be required to support clean energy in Australian networks, and will be joined by:
- Clean Energy Council Director of Strategy and Operations Kane Thornton
- Alstom Vice-President of Environmental Policies and Global Advocacy Gwen Andrews
- Former Liberal Senator Nick Minchin
- University of New South Wales Institute of Environmental Studies Deputy Director Mark Diesendorf
- Institute of Public Affairs Deregulation Unit Director Alan Moran
- AGL Energy Chief Economist Paul Simshauser.
Featuring a diverse range of views on energy, the debate is set to generate provocative discussion amongst industry stakeholders and the media.
To view the full program for Clean Energy Week and ATRAA, and to register for the events, click here.
The events – supported by Conergy as major sponsor – will be home to a range of social and networking opportunities, including:
- The Q.Cells Professional Development Day Drinks on Wednesday 25 July from 5:30–7:00pm
- The GE Clean Energy Week Gala Dinner on Wednesday 25 July at 6:30pm
- The ATRAA Formal Dinner on Friday 27 July at 7:30pm, including the CNPV Pre-Dinner Drinks from 6:30pm, at Luna Park in Sydney.
To register for Clean Energy Week 2012 and ATRAA 2012, click here.
Don’t miss EcoGeneration at Clean Energy Week 2012
The team from EcoGeneration will be at the event from 25–27 July to capture all of the news and views from the event.
Visit EcoGeneration at stand number 102 in the exhibition hall to pick up a copy of the magazine and its sister publication, Solar Australia, and to take part in the EcoGeneration business card raffle.
EcoGeneration will be also be at other upcoming events in the Australasian clean energy calendar in 2012 – for further information, contact Tim Thompson on 03 9248 5100 or via email: email@example.com