Training & Events

Training & Events

Training and Events

The Energy Efficiency Council collaborates with its members and partners to deliver training and events that support the Council’s mission to build a sophisticated market for energy management products and services that delivers:

  • Healthy, comfortable buildings;
  • Productive, competitive businesses; and
  • An affordable, reliable and sustainable energy system for Australia.

Events

The Council’s events program:

  • Drives ambitious government policy;
  • Supports business decision making and growth; and
  • Ensures quality with standards and professional development.

The Council works with its members, partners and stakeholders to deliver a number of events, including the annual:

The Council also hosts bespoke National Energy Efficiency Forums, boardroom-style Leaders’ Lunches with Ministers and industry experts, and other events.

Council events are designed to bring industry leaders, energy management experts, policy makers and energy users together to share best practice, and learn about the latest trends and technologies in smart energy management.

The Council works with members and partners to deliver bespoke events. If you would like to learn more about Council events please email events@eec.org.au.

Training and professional development

 

Lunchtime business forum: Australia's energy outlook and strategy with Alan Kohler AM

On Thursday 11 July 2019, the Energy Efficiency Council launched the second edition of Navigating a dynamic energy landscape: A briefing for Australian businesses at a lunchtime forum featuring a keynote address by Alan Kohler AM and a panel discussion.

Designed for directors and senior executives, the briefing is a practical, approachable briefing on the drivers for transformation in Australia’s energy markets, how those drivers play out in business energy bills, and the options businesses have to take control of their energy position.

In Alan’s keynote address, he noted that businesses are reliant on "people, capital and energy." Yet while businesses have sophisticated approaches to managing people and capital, energy management is often an afterthought.

Alan was particularly forthright on the need for business to get across demand response: "If you can't make good money from demand response, then you're not trying, and your competitors will."

In the panel discussion with Alan, David Abela, Executive General Manager at Visy Global Procurement, Dr Vikas Ahuja, Head of Energy at Coles, and Anna Skarbek, CEO of ClimateWorks, the speakers discussed how business is responding to a transforming energy market, and the strategies that they are employing to take control.

Read the full post-event wrap here.

Download the energy briefing (July 2019) here.

Download Demand response 101 here.

This event is delivered in partnership with Enel X.

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 2019

Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Contact: info@energyefficiencyexpo.com.au

Upcoming Council webinars

There are currently no upcoming webinars.

Past Council webinars 

THE IEA'S ENERGY EFFICIENCY 2019

14 November 2019

Chair: Luke Menzel, CEO

On Thursday 14 November 2019 the Energy Efficiency Council, in partnership with the International Energy Agency (IEA), held a webinar on the IEA's Energy Efficiency 2019 Market Report.

Jeremy Sung and Kathleen Gaffney from the IEA delivered an informative review of the report, and provided great responses to live questions from the webinar audience.

For those of you that were unable to attend, please find the IEA's slides here, and the webinar recording here.

 

The World's First Fuel: How energy efficiency is reshaping global energy systems 

4 July 2019

Chair: Rob Murray-Leach, Head of Policy

Major global economies, including China, Germany, India, Japan and the United States, are making huge strides to improve their energy efficiency and adjust when they use energy.

In June 2019, the EEC released it's latest flagship report, The World’s First Fuel: How energy efficiency is reshaping global energy systems. The report examines the energy efficiency policies that global leaders have introduced, and what the key lessons are for Australia. 

In the webinar, we heard from Joe Ritchie from the International Energy Agency, who presented the latest global data on energy and energy efficiency, and Rob Murray-Leach, the EEC’s Head of Policy, who talked through the findings from The World’s First Fuel.

Click here to watch the webinar recording

Download Joe Ritchie's presentation here

 

AUSTRALIA AND THE 2018 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY SCORECARD 

4 July 2018

Chair: Luke Menzel, CEO

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released its biennial International Energy Efficiency Scorecard in June 2018. The report examines the energy efficiency policies and performance of the world’s 25 largest energy-consuming countries, and provides a valuable, independent benchmark for how Australia is faring relative to our international competitors.

The Energy Efficiency Council partnered with the ACEEE to unpack Australia’s results in a 1-hour webinar for EEC members, partners and interested experts. The EEC's CEO, Luke Menzel, was joined on the webinar by:

  • Steve Nadel, Executive Director, ACEEE
  • Shruti Vaidyanathan, Senior Advisor for Research, ACEEE

The audio recording and slides are available below.

 

Save energy and money with accelerated depreciation for small business

13 June 2018, Presented by Shauna Coffey, Head of Projects