The event will be similar in format to last year’s hugely successful Global Smart Energy Summit, which attracted almost 7,000 registrations from over 60 countries, but it will be bigger and better.
The event will be held just 10 days before the G20 meeting in Rome on 30-31 of October and in the lead up to the critical COP26 meeting in Glasgow from 31 October–12 November.
The Summit will particularly focus on the economic and employment opportunities from electrifying everything with renewables and using renewable hydrogen and ammonia for everything else.
The two-day program will feature Australian and international political, industry and civil society leaders, speaking about the need to take urgent action on climate and accelerate the use of renewable energy.
Hear from international experts, political influencers, eminent Australians, CEOs of leading Australian businesses and renewables firms, community and social change leaders and exciting start-up businesses from around the world.
Speakers will be announced shortly.