Seb Henbest to present industry update at EcoGen 2011
Tue, 16 August 2011
EcoGen 2011 is pleased to announce that Bloomberg New Energy Finance Australia Manager Seb Henbest will address delegates at the clean energy industry’s premier Conference and Exhibition, to be held from 5–7 September at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Mr Henbest will inform and engage Conference attendees with an in-depth presentation on the ‘signals for transition’ to a low-carbon economy.
An update for the market will be provided that incorporates the Federal Government’s proposed carbon pricing legislation and the future of Large-Scale Renewable Energy Targets.
Mr Henbest is Manager of Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s operations in Australia, leading the company’s analysis on the carbon markets in the region.
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Mr Henbest has been analysing global and Australian carbon markets since 2008, and he developed the company’s carbon pollution reduction scheme mode. Mr Henbest previously spent four years in London working first with research consultancy FreshMinds and then with Hanover Investors Management.
Prior to this, Mr Henbest was a member of the Centre for Dynamical Meteorology and Oceanography at Monash University. He has also spent time at Cambridge University, where he specialised in emissions trading and environmental markets.
5 reasons to attend EcoGen 2011
Hear from the key policy makers, decision makers and international experts at the first major clean energy event since the announcement of the Federal Government’s carbon pricing plan
Network with your industry during two fast-paced speed networking sessions; and at two formal social events – the Opening Cocktail Evening; and the EcoGen 2011 Gala Dinner and Awards Night
Be entertained at the Gala Dinner by Wil Anderson’s razor-sharp wit and hilarious social commentary
See the latest in clean energy technology products and services at the sold-out EcoGen 2011 Exhibition Hall
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