Secure a place at Energy Networks 2016 – Energy in transition

Secure a place at energy networks 2016 – energy in transition

Registrations are about to open for Energy Networks 2016, Energy in Transition, the Energy Networks Association’s (ENA) biennial conference and exhibition to be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from May 18-20, 2016.

As the only conference and exhibition in the market developed by the network industry for the industry, Energy Networks 2016 participants will have unrivalled access to the leaders and experts in the sector.

Energy Networks 2016 will bring together leading international and Australian energy industry experts in technology, service delivery and asset management as well as Australia’s energy policy makers, regulators and advocates.

Delegates at Energy Networks 2016 will be drawn from the full range of experts across the energy network sector and will include CEOs and senior executives, senior technical and regulatory managers, team leaders and line managers, consumer engagement specialists, technology and service providers, experts from across gas and electricity markets and representatives from key regulatory and government agencies.

An exciting conference program is soon to be released. The Energy Networks 2016 plenary will feature industry leaders across the energy supply chain including energy network CEOs Ben Wilson (Australian Gas Networks), Paul Adams (Jemena), Merryn York (Powerlink) and Ian McLeod (Ergon Energy). ENA is also delighted to welcome AGL CEO Andrew Vesey and Landis+Gyr president and CEO Americas Prasanna Venkatesan to the plenary agenda.

The Energy Networks 2016 concurrent program will feature more than 60 national and international experts from the industry discussing key issue for the future of the energy system. Confirmed speakers come from energy network businesses from across Australia as well from leading service and technology providers and researchers including GreenSync, CSIRO, Siemens, Reposit Power, the Clean Energy Council, Enernoc and Ernst & Young.

A new feature of Energy Networks 2016, Operational Best Practice Workshop, has been designed specifically for network business line managers and operational staff. This workshop will consider the latest practices and technology in supporting the modern grid and will appeal to a broad range of those working in the industry. Sessions will be focused on the areas of substation modernisation, vegetation management, managing embedded generation on the grid and asset defect identification and reporting.

Energy Networks 2016 will also offer extensive opportunities for businesses that supply to the industry to meet key decision makers in the energy networks sector through sponsorship or exhibiting in the Exhibition hall. For exhibitors and sponsors keen to increase their exposure to delegates during breaks, a new opportunity to highlight innovative products or services to delegates has been introduced. The Product and Service Demonstration Area will be a key feature of the Exhibition Hall, and is a great opportunity to showcase your business. Spots are limited.

For more information visit Early bird registration – $200 off the full delegate rate – closes on the February 26, 2016.

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