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Victorian Energy Forum: Lights Out or a Brighter Future - 26 July, Park Hyatt, Melbourne

May 30, 2017

If the saying 'all great changes are preceded by chaos' is right, our energy market could be undergoing the greatest change we could ever hope for. 

But how do we survive the transition and thrive in the future? And will a Victorian energy market with the notable absence of Hazelwood power station leave energy consumers in a precarious situation with unreliable power supplies?

The Victorian Energy Forum on July 26 at the Park Hyatt in Melbourne, will analyse the current state of play in Victoria and consider the opportunities and threats that exist in the marketplace.

What are the risks for your business? And where are the opportunities that will enable your business to thrive?

Join energy users, regulators, government representatives, other market participants as we explore the issues in Victoria and share ideas for the future. 

Check out our program for confirmed speakers.

Online Registrations are now open. Secure your seat today! 

Program Available HERE!

Manual Registration Form.

 

 

Upcoming events

April 24, 2017

The EUAA has a program of exciting state based events coming up in 2017 which will focus on local issues, highlight potential solutions and new opportunities.

Stay tuned for details, including speakers, to be announced soon. 

  • NSW Energy Forum, early September, date TBC
  • South Australian Energy Forum, mid October, date TBC

Sponsorship opportunities available. Read more here

 

EVENT HELD - Solving Australia’s Energy Crisis: The EUAA National Conference 2017 – May 24 & 25, Brisbane.

December 21, 2016

Thank you all for attending one of our biggest conferences to date.

“There is now an urgent need for action to ensure that the energy system we take for granted can continue to adapt to the changes currently taking place and likely to accelerate,” Preliminary report of the Independent Review into the Future Security of the Electricity Market.

With Australia’s energy market at a crisis point, the 2017 Energy Users Association of Australia National Conference presents an opportunity not to be missed!  

Running across two-days, Wednesday May 24th & Thursday May 25th at the Hilton in Brisbane, this premier event designed by energy users for energy users will give you a unique opportunity to interact with decision makers who set the direction of energy policy in Australia. 

Key industry experts and policy makers will dissect the key challenges facing energy users such as energy pricing, security and reliability of supply, while considering solutions to issues including renewable energy integration and grid stability, gas shortages and future proofing in a time of rapidly changing technology.

In this pivotal year for energy planning where decisions will shape the next 5-10 years of energy pricing, supply and reliability, the EUAA National Conference is a not to be missed event!

Sponsorship opportunites available here

 

     
 

         

EVENT HELD - Tasmanian Energy Forum - Hobart - 23 March 2017

December 5, 2016

 

Venue: Hotel Grand Chancellor, 1 Davey St, Hobart

"A trusted and relentless voice seeking a competitive, reliable and sustainable energy supply for all energy users"

The EUAA invites you to join energy users to the Tasmanian Energy Forum on Thursday the 23nd March 2017.

This half-day, afternoon, forum aims to inform Tasmanian energy users and other interested parties of the latest developments in energy policy, regulation and energy markets and the reforms that we are pursuing to improve energy outcomes for Tasmanian businesses.  Last year this forum was over subscribed.

The Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA) can contribute with knowledge, relevance and impact to benefit our members and energy users.

Plenty of networking opportunities during and after the forum for you to meet presenters and other delegates.. 

Sponsorship opportunities are available here

Program available here

Online registration now closed!

Manual registration available CLOSED!

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Events

Victorian Energy Forum: Lights Out or a Brighter Future - 26 July, Park Hyatt, Melbourne

May 30, 2017

If the saying 'all great changes are preceded by chaos' is right, our energy market could be undergoing the greatest change we could ever hope for. 

But how do we survive the transition and thrive in the future? And will a Victorian energy market with the notable absence of Hazelwood power station leave energy consumers in a precarious situation with unreliable power supplies?

The Victorian Energy Forum on July 26 at the Park Hyatt in Melbourne, will analyse the current state of play in Victoria and consider the opportunities and threats that exist in the marketplace.

What are the risks for your business? And where are the opportunities that will enable your business to thrive?

Join energy users, regulators, government representatives, other market participants as we explore the issues in Victoria and share ideas for the future. 

Check out our program for confirmed speakers.

Online Registrations are now open. Secure your seat today! 

Program Available HERE!

Manual Registration Form.

 

 

Upcoming events

April 24, 2017

The EUAA has a program of exciting state based events coming up in 2017 which will focus on local issues, highlight potential solutions and new opportunities.

Stay tuned for details, including speakers, to be announced soon. 

  • NSW Energy Forum, early September, date TBC
  • South Australian Energy Forum, mid October, date TBC

Sponsorship opportunities available. Read more here

 

EVENT HELD - Solving Australia’s Energy Crisis: The EUAA National Conference 2017 – May 24 & 25, Brisbane.

December 21, 2016

Thank you all for attending one of our biggest conferences to date.

“There is now an urgent need for action to ensure that the energy system we take for granted can continue to adapt to the changes currently taking place and likely to accelerate,” Preliminary report of the Independent Review into the Future Security of the Electricity Market.

With Australia’s energy market at a crisis point, the 2017 Energy Users Association of Australia National Conference presents an opportunity not to be missed!  

Running across two-days, Wednesday May 24th & Thursday May 25th at the Hilton in Brisbane, this premier event designed by energy users for energy users will give you a unique opportunity to interact with decision makers who set the direction of energy policy in Australia. 

Key industry experts and policy makers will dissect the key challenges facing energy users such as energy pricing, security and reliability of supply, while considering solutions to issues including renewable energy integration and grid stability, gas shortages and future proofing in a time of rapidly changing technology.

In this pivotal year for energy planning where decisions will shape the next 5-10 years of energy pricing, supply and reliability, the EUAA National Conference is a not to be missed event!

Sponsorship opportunites available here

 

     
 

         

EVENT HELD - Tasmanian Energy Forum - Hobart - 23 March 2017

December 5, 2016

 

Venue: Hotel Grand Chancellor, 1 Davey St, Hobart

"A trusted and relentless voice seeking a competitive, reliable and sustainable energy supply for all energy users"

The EUAA invites you to join energy users to the Tasmanian Energy Forum on Thursday the 23nd March 2017.

This half-day, afternoon, forum aims to inform Tasmanian energy users and other interested parties of the latest developments in energy policy, regulation and energy markets and the reforms that we are pursuing to improve energy outcomes for Tasmanian businesses.  Last year this forum was over subscribed.

The Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA) can contribute with knowledge, relevance and impact to benefit our members and energy users.

Plenty of networking opportunities during and after the forum for you to meet presenters and other delegates.. 

Sponsorship opportunities are available here

Program available here

Online registration now closed!

Manual registration available CLOSED!

Proudly supported by:

             

  

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