Training & Events

Training & Events

Upcoming Industry Events

The Energy Efficiency Council creates and supports a range of events designed to bring industry leaders, efficiency experts, policy makers and energy users together to share best practice and learn about the latest trends and technologies.

The calendar below lists a range of EEC and industry events across Australia (EEC events in bold).

Are you an EEC member? Contact us to see your event listed here.

Energy in WA

The Energy in WA Conference is the State’s premier energy event, offering excellent speaker programs and value for money since 1996. The 2018 theme is Energy for the Future. Speakers will assess the state of play on a range of energy matters, such as fuels, technology, market and legislative developments, supply and security, emissions, and consumer trends while looking to the future.

Delegates can look forward to thoughtful sector analysis and a “think tank” approach to panel discussions.

For more information on the conference visit the conference website: http://energywa.org.au/

Registrations are now open! Register for the conference via the following link: http://www.cvent.com/d/8tq0f7/4W


Past Events

Green Cities 2018

13-15 March, Melbourne

Join Australia’s leading politicians, policy makers and practitioners working on real-world projects at Green Cities 2018, as we energise communities.

Australia’s energy efficiency leaders will take a deep dive into the issues keeping them up at night, while government leaders of all stripes drive discussion on the burning policy issues shaping the sustainability agenda.

View the Green Cities program.

Limited tickets are available. Book today.

August 2017

17th Energy in Western Australia Conference, Perth 23 - 24 August

The Energy in WA Conference is the State’s premier energy event, offering excellent speaker programs and value for money since 1996.

The 2017 theme is The new energy cycle: Opportunity, Innovation & Change. Speakers will assess the state of play on a range of energy matters, such as fuels, technology, market and legislative developments, supply and security, emissions, and consumer trends while looking to the future.

The Finkel Report and Australia's Energy Future, Melbourne 17 August

12.00pm - 2.00pm

RACV Club, Bourke Street,. Melbourne 3000

With Finkel Review panellist Chloe Munro and Danny Price (Founder & MD, Frontier Economics), Ivan Slavich (CEO, Energy Action) and moderator, David Blowers (Energy Fellow, Grattan Institute)

Australia has long found competitive advantage in the abundance of energy available to its industry and domestic population, however the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy has led to challenges as scale, distribution and network reliability have not met the changing requirements.

Following the recent Finkel Review, Australia is setting a course to better facilitate the change, develop and execute it more effectively. This includes the need to balance the competing needs to keep costs low and meet reducing carbon footprints while delivering certainty in supply and importantly for investors as they look to build new capacity in the market.

June 2017

sparc-FMA International Lighting & Facilities Event, Sydney 30 May - 1 June

sparc-FMA is a joint initiative of Lighting Council Australia and the Facility Management Association of Australia. The event will feature an exhibition showcasing the latest in lighting and facility management innovation from Australia and globally. For the first time, Australian and international facilities and lighting manufacturers, suppliers and service providers will be showing the latest developments under one roof.

Virtual Power Plants - Solving the energy crisis from your house, Melbourne 19 June

This event will provide insights into how the transition to renewables is being implemented by one of the country’s largest retailers and generators, to outline details of this key renewable project in South Australia, and to explore how software is the key to unlocking DER value across the whole energy ecosystem.

Australian Energy Week, Melbourne 20 - 23 June

Across 4 days of in-depth learning sessions, tailored content streams, a dedicated Policy Forum and high level keynotes and panel discussions, Australian Energy Week 2017 will provide unparalleled insights into the future direction of the energy market.

Australian Energy Week are pleased to offer a 10% discount to EEC members – use discount code ASSN when booking.

July 2017

E-Power & Lighting, Melbourne 7 - 8 July

ECOCITY World Summit, Melbourne 12 - 14 July

In July 2017 Melbourne will host the ECOCITY World Summit. Our focus will be Changing Cities: Resilience and Transformations, highlighting the need to deploy expert knowledge – academic, professional, civic – to make cities resilient in the face of rapid change. Melbourne has been lauded as the world’s most liveable city, but is not immune to the challenges facing all cities. The ECOCITY World Summit 2017 will harness the expertise and develop the networks needed to create a world of ecocities.

EEC Members are eligible to receive a 10% discount. Simply click here to register and take advantage of this exclusive offer.

April 2017

Leadership in Sustainability Summit: Positioning Sustainability as an Innovation Driver, Melbourne 4 & Auckland 7 April

April 2016

NABERS & CBD conference 2016, 17 April, Sydney

May 2016

Building the Business Case for Energy Efficiency Projects, 18 and 25 May, Parramatta

Energy Audit Standard Training, 23 May, Brisbane

Energy Audit Standard Training, 25 May, Perth

June 2016

Energy Audit Standard Training, 3 June, Sydney

Australian Energy Week (incorporating Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook, NEM Future Forum, Electricity Storage Future Forum and the Energy Policy Forum), 20-24 June, Melbourne

October 2016

All Energy Australia, 4-5 October, Melbourne

November 2016

National Energy Efficiency Conference 2016, 15-16 November, Sydney

April 2016

Total Facilities 2016, 6-7 April, Melbourne

Applied Measurement & Verification Workshop, 7-8 April, Sydney

March 2016

Building the Business Case for Energy Efficiency Projects, 1 and 8 March, Sydney

EEC/AIE Lunchtime Seminar: Building Block for Energy Efficiency, 2 March, Perth

Emissions Reduction Fund Workshop, 1 March, Brisbane

Emissions Reduction Fund Workshop, 3 March, Adelaide

Emissions Reduction Fund Workshop, 4 March, Perth

Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) Training & Exam, 9-11 March, Melbourne

EEC Policy teleconference - Industrial, mining & SME efficiency (1), 9 March (EEC Members only)

EEC Policy teleconference - Commercial buildings & government efficiency, 10 March (EEC Members only)

EEC Policy teleconference - Residential efficiency, 11 March (EEC Members only)

Energy Efficiency & Sustainability in Local Government, 16-17 March, Melbourne

EEC Policy teleconference - Industrial, mining & SME efficiency (2), 16 March (EEC Members only)

EEC Policy teleconference -  Energy Markets, 17 March (EEC Members only)

EUAA Tasmanian Energy Forum, 22 March, Hobart

EEC Policy Platform Round Table - 22 March, Sydney, (EEC Members only)

EEC Policy Platform Round Table - 23 March, Melbourne, (EEC Members only)

Green Cities Conference, 22-24 March, Sydney

OPRA Turbines Webinar: The OP16 Gas Turbine and Cogeneration at Breweries, 23 March (online)

February 2016

Energy Audit Standard Training, 23 February, Sydney

OPRA Turbines Webinar - The OP16 Gas Turbine and Oil & Gas Applications, 24 February (online)

Energy Audit Standard Training, 25 February, Melbourne

A2SE Australian Summer Study on Energy Productivity, 24-26 February, Sydney

Emissions Reduction Fund Workshop, 29 February, Townsville

January 2015

OPRA Turbines Webinar - The OP16 Gas Turbine and Cogeneration at Dairy Plants, 20 January (online)

December 2015

Energy Efficiency Leaders' Lunch with The Hon. Mark Speakman MP, 3 December, Sydney (EEC Sponsor & Corporate members only)

November 2015

Veolia Trane 2015 Air Conditioning Clinic, 3-5 November, Brisbane

EEC Policy Forum & Teleconference: Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET), 5 November, Melbourne (EEC Members only)

CMVP Training & Examination Program, 2-4 November, Sydney

Applied Measurement & Verification Workshop, 4-5 November, Sydney

Women in Energy - Taking your career to the next level, 7 November, Melbourne

National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015, 17-18 November 2015, Melbourne

National Energy Efficiency Awards 2015 Gala Dinner, 17 November, Melbourne

Energy Manager Masterclass: Making the case for energy efficiency in your business, 18 November, Melbourne

EEC Policy Forum & Teleconference: AEMC Demand Response Proposals, 25 November, Melbourne (EEC Members only)

October 2015

EUAA National Conference, 6-7 October, Sydney

All Energy 2015, 7-8 October, Melbourne

Microgrid 2015 Conference, 14-15 October, Canberra

Veolia Trane 2015 Air Conditioning Clinic, 13-15 October, Sydney

EEC Member Forum - NSW Policies & Programs, 15 October, Sydney (EEC Members only)

Australian Technologies Competition Showcase & Awards Event, 20 October, Sydney

September 2015

Veolia Trane 2015 Air Conditioning Clinic, 1-3 September, Melbourne

Eastern Australia's Energy Markets Outlook, 15-18 September, Sydney

Energy Efficiency in Local Government Conference, 16-17 September, Sydney

EEC Policy Teleconference: National Energy Productivity Plan, 24 September (EEC Members only)

August 2015

Energy in Western Australia Conference, 26-27 August, Perth

Veolia Trane 2015 Air Conditioning Clinic, 11-13 August, Perth

EEC Policy Teleconference: Victorian Energy Efficiency Strategy, 13 August (EEC Members only)

July 2015

EUAA Victorian Energy Forum, 22 July, Melbourne

Energy Efficiency Leaders' Lunch with the Hon. Lily D'Ambrosio MP, 14 July, Melbourne (EEC Sponsor/Corporate members only)

May 2015

EEC Annual Member Strategy Consultation Forum, 28 May, Sydney (EEC Members only)

EEC Annual Member Strategy Consultation Forum, 20 May, Melbourne (EEC Members only)

EEC Policy Teleconference: Energy Savings Scheme, 13 May (EEC Members only)

E-Power & Lighting 2015, 7-8 May, Melbourne

EEC Policy Teleconference: Victorian Energy Efficiency Target, 5 May (EEC Members only)

April 2015

EVO M&V Fundamentals Workshop and CMVP Examination, 20-22 April, Melbourne

EVO M&V Fundamentals Workshop and CMVP Examination, 15-17 April, Sydney

National Energy Efficiency Forum: "Living with uncertainty - the future of gas prices", 1 April, Sydney

March 2015

EEC Policy Teleconference: Greener Government Buildings Program, 27 March (EEC Members only)

National Energy Effiicency Forum: "Living with uncertainty - the future of gas prices", 24 March, Melbourne

EEC Policy Teleconference: Commercial Buildings Disclosure Review, 2 March (EEC Members only)

February 2015

EEC Policy Teleconference: Victorian Energy Efficiency Target, 19 February (EEC Members only)

November 2014

National Energy Efficiency Conference 2014, 11-12 November, Sydney

August 2014

EVO M&V Fundamentals Workshop and CMVP Examination, 6-8 August, Melbourne

July 2014

EVO M&V Fundamentals Workshop and CMVP Examination, 28-30 July, Sydney

May 2014

EEC Member Strategy Forum, 7 May, Brisbane (EEC Members only)

EEC Member Strategy Forum, 6 May, Sydney (EEC Members only)

EEC Member Strategy Forum, 1 May, Melbourne (EEC Members only)

 

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Australian Energy Week 2018

8 - 11 May 2018

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre | Australia

ALL THE BIG ISSUES. ALL THE KEY PLAYERS. ALL UNDER ONE ROOF.

Australian Energy Week is the major annual event for the stakeholders from the entire energy supply chain, from right across Australia.

Bringing together over 500 industry executives from over 200 companies from every part of the energy value chain, Energy Week is an unparalleled opportunity to network and learn.

In 2018, Australian Energy Week will once again have dedicated streams relevant to all parts of the value chain including generation, retail, networks, emerging technologies, policy and gas.

Energy Efficiency Council CEO Luke Menzel and Head of Policy Rob Murray-Leach will be joined by leading industry and government officials including:

  • The Hon. Josh Frydenberg, MP Minister for Environment and Energy, Australian Government
  • Audrey Zibelman, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)
  • Paul Broad, Chief Executive Officer, Snowy Hydro
  • Kerry Schott AO, Independent Chair, Energy Security Board
  • Richard Gross, Chief Executive Officer, Ausgrid
  • Elisabeth Brinton, Executive General Manager New Energy, AGL Energy
  • Timothy Rourke, Chief Executive Officer, CitiPower & Powercor
  • John Pierce, Chairman, Australian Energy Market Commission
  • Jo Evans, Deputy Secretary Climate Change and Energy Innovation, Department of Environment and Energy
  • Merryn York, Chief Executive Officer, Powerlink
  • Stephen Davy, Chief Executive Officer, Hydro Tasmania

For more information download the event brochure here

 Or visit the website: www.energyweek.com.au

We are pleased to offer a 10% discount to EEC members – use discount code EEC when booking.

Register before 16 March to save even more on tickets.

Book online here or call +61 (0)2 9977 0565.

Green Cities 2018

13-15 March, Melbourne

Join Australia’s leading politicians, policy makers and practitioners working on real-world projects at Green Cities 2018, as we energise communities.

Australia’s energy efficiency leaders will take a deep dive into the issues keeping them up at night, while government leaders of all stripes drive discussion on the burning policy issues shaping the sustainability agenda. 

Conference highlights include:

  • Economist Ross Garnaut, on the potential to plug into low-energy future. With a name synonymous with climate change analysis, Garnaut is now leading the renewable energy revolution in Australia. Find out why he’s now leading Australia’s first dedicated community energy provider.
  • Federal and state politicians – including Josh Frydenberg, Anthony Albanese, Mark Butler and Lily D'Ambrosio – on depoliticising energy policy. How do we keep the lights on without destroying the planet?
  • From carbon to coal, tobacco to modern slavery, we’ll look at how to drive ethical investment beyond the boardroom to transform corporate strategy, strengthen stakeholder relationships and add value to whole communities.
  • Tim Gartrell, the mastermind behind some of Australia's most ground-breaking campaigns, will share the secrets to winning hearts and minds.
  • Global leaders from green building councils around the world will examine the top trends – from climate and carbon to human health and high technology.
  • A host of thought leaders – from ClimateWorks to the CRC for Low Carbon Living – present their radical ideas for reinvention
  • Some of Melbourne’s most sustainable buildings – including Medibank’s office at 720 Bourke Street and the North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub – are opening their doors for inspection.

View the Green Cities program.

Limited tickets are available. Book today.

retrofit to profit

The ''Retrofit to Profit' breakfast took place on Thursday 27 July, in Sydney.

Presentations from Eureka Real Assets and Real Investment Analytics can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation's Energy in Buildings: 50 Best Practice Initiatives – can be downloaded here

You may also wish to to take a look at the two video case studies launched at the event; they can be accessed be clicking the links below:

Thanks again to all the presenters and panelists for a fantastic session, and to our partners Property Council of Australia, Clean Energy Finance Corporation and AIRAH.

 

All-Energy Australia 2019

Australia’s most comprehensive clean and renewable energy event, All-Energy Australia will run from 23 – 24 October 2019 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

This free-to-attend, business-to-business conference and exhibition opens up a world of opportunities for the clean energy sector. The event will feature more than 180 world-class speakers, and showcase more than 200 domestic and international exhibiting companies.

Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, All-Energy Australia provides delegates with exclusive access to the latest technology, information and trends relevant to those working or investing in the renewables sector.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to build connections with like-minded professionals at exclusive business networking events.

All-Energy Australia is co-located with Waste Expo Australia, the premier event for the waste and resource recovery industry in the country, and Energy Efficiency Expo, Australia’s most comprehensive energy efficiency event.

To access the 2019 program and register for free, visit the All-Energy Australia website.

Date: 23 – 24 October 2018

Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Contact: info@all-energy.com.au

Energy Efficiency Expo

The Energy Efficiency Council has partnered with Reed Exhibitions Australia (All-Energy Australia, National Manufacturing Week) to launch Energy Efficiency Expo (EEE), a new trade exhibition and conference addressing energy productivity and affordability.

The inaugural EEE will run from 23 – 24 October 2019 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The event will be held alongside All-Energy Australia and Waste Expo Australia, representing the most significant national showcase of sustainable business solutions under one roof.

To pre-register for EEE or for more information, visit the Energy Efficiency Expo website.

Date: 23 – 24 October 2018

Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Contact: info@energyefficiencyexpo.com.au

EXCLUSIVE WEBINAR WITH MATT GOLDEN

An overview of the current pay-for-performance landscape and the future of efficiency programs

WEDNESDAY 20 FEBRUARY 2019, 10AM - 11AM AEDT

As we move into an energy future driven by intermittent distributed resources, traditional efficiency programs are giving way to a market-based approach that attracts private capital and delivers savings as a grid resource.

Matt Golden, CEO of Californian firm Open Energy Efficiency will provide an overview of the tools energy efficiency businesses need to succeed as aggregators in pay-for-performance, non-wires alternatives, and third party programs.

This pay-for-performance webinar is designed for not only utilities and regulators, but also those who currently implement efficiency programs, deliver demand response, provide energy efficiency, control devices, install or manufacture energy products.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn how to use data to have confidence in savings and put together winning solutions that both serve your customers and provide value to utilities.
  • Develop a roadmap to investment-grade insurance products that are available today to insure energy savings yields.
  • Find out how to access the project finance you need to develop projects and implement business models.

Dial-in details will be provided closer to the date. Sign up to the EEC mailing list to stay up-to-date.

If you have any questions, please contact Andrea Von, Manager, Events and Communications at andrea.von@eec.org.au or on 03 8327 8423.

About Open Energy Efficiency

Open Energy Efficiency (“OpenEE”) uses data to make energy efficiency work for the grid. Our Recurve platform gives utilities the tools they need to keep up with a changing grid, gives a source of truth to pay-for-performance programs and payments, and lets stakeholders tap into the time and locational grid benefits they deliver. After all, you can’t manage what you can’t measure.

Our mission is to accelerate the role of demand side resources in the transition to a carbon-free energy grid and clean energy economy. As the lead developers of the CalTRACK methods and the OpenEEmeter, we have helped standardize the way changes in energy consumption are measured and reported.

The OpenEE team brings together a holistic set of skills from policy to data science to ensure the success of every customer. We take our mission seriously, don’t waste time and know that a healthy dose of reality is required to succeed.

The idea for standard, transparent methods for calculating energy efficiency savings was born nearly 15 years ago when, working as a HVAC contractor, our CEO Matt Golden experienced first hand the limitations of conventional approaches to measurement. Since then, Matt and fellow founders built the platform from his home in Marin County, California into what it is today.