In 2020 the Energy Efficiency Council, Australia's peak body for energy management, energy efficiency and demand response, delivered the 11th National Energy Efficiency Conference as a 3-day virtual conference.
This year's National Energy Efficiency Conference was one for the books, featuring over 600 delegates, 70 local and international speakers and 20 fantastic sessions covering all the big issues in energy efficiency, energy management and demand response.
If you were there with us, don't forget that you can continue to use your login to access the Conference Platform and catch up on any sessions you couldn't catch live.
But if you missed the Conference, don't worry! Every session was recorded, and Access Passes are available that will allow you to watch fantastic discussions on topics such as:
- driving a renovation wave in Australia;
- embedding efficiency in the National Electricity Market; and
- the future of gas, hydrogen and electrification in buildings and industry
See the final Conference program for full details, and purchase an Access Pass and catch up on all this great content at your on pace:
- EEC member rate: $110 (including GST)
- Standard rate: $165 (including GST)
- NOTE: for now, please submit an EOI (through the purchase button below) and we will let you know as soon as access is available.
Over the past ten years, the National Energy Efficiency Conference has built an outstanding reputation as Australia’s flagship event for energy management, energy efficiency and demand response.
This year's Conference will be different in format, but not in impact.
2020 CONFERENCE PROGRAM
The 2020 Conference program addresses both the urgent priorities of 2020, and the crucial long-term trends and reforms that will shape our sector well beyond this pandemic, including:
- Stimulating the economy by investing in energy efficiency;
- Starting a 'renovation wave' to make our buildings fit for the 21st century;
- The role of energy management in reducing our emissions; and
- Reforming energy markets and government programs to unlock the benefits of flexible demand.
As always, the program features Australian and international keynote speakers, panel discussions, workshops and lots of opportunities for networking and lively debate, but in addtion this year's Conference is being designed to utilise an innovative virtual conference platform that will allow for a better experience and deeper relationships for attendees, speakers and exhibitors.
Click here to view the Conference Program
2020 SPEAKER LINE-UP
As Australia looks to rebuild our economy, the 2020 virtual Conference will bring together an international lineup of the foremost energy management experts, forward-thinking policy makers, innovative energy users, political leaders and industry trailblazers to network, debate and analyse the latest thinking on boosting productivity and cutting carbon emissions by saving energy.
Click here to view the full line-up of our national and international speakers.
NATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY AWARDS 2020
The National Energy Efficiency Awards celebrate excellence, innovation and leadership in energy efficiency. A highlight of the annual energy efficiency calendar, the National Energy Efficiency Awards 2020 were presented throughout the Conference.
We thank our Sponsors
In 2018 the Energy Efficiency Council (EEC), Australia's peak body for energy efficiency, energy management and demand response delivered the 10th National Energy Efficiency Conference in Sydney. Over the course of a decade, the Conference has built an outstanding reputation as Australia’s flagship event for energy efficiency, distributed generation and demand response.
This year’s Conference had a truly global perspective: the Conference was once again delivered in collaboration with the International Energy Agency’s Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme. As one of the IEA’s international technology collaboration programmes, the EBC carries out research and development focusing on the integration of energy efficient and sustainable technologies into healthy buildings and communities.
The 2018 Conference brought together over 300 of Australia’s foremost energy efficiency experts, forward-thinking policy makers, innovative energy users, political leaders and industry trailblazers to network, debate and analyse the latest thinking on boosting productivity by saving energy.
The theme for 2018 – Better cities, stronger industry, cheaper energy – reflects energy management's growing role in making cities liveable, manufacturing viable and energy affordable.
Where: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
When: Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 November 2018
2018 CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDED:
- A dedicated demand response workshop for energy efficiency professionals
- High quality networking opportunities and debate
- The latest product and service innovations at the industry exhibition
- The National Energy Efficiency Awards and Gala Dinner
- Presentations and panel discussions with 11 international and more than 50 local leaders, innovators and energy users.
AN INSPIRING LINE UP OF INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS AND AUSTRALIA'S MOST INFLUENTIAL LEADERS, INNOVATIVE THINKERS AND EFFICIENCY EXPERTS JOINED US IN MELBOURNE, INCLUDING:
- International keynote speakers Professor Peter Hennicke, Former President of the Wuppertal Insitute on Climate, Environment and Energy, and Matt Golden, CEO of Californian Firm Open Energy Efficiency
- Political armchair discussion with The Hon. Mark Butler MP, Federal Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy, Senator Tim Storer, Independent Federal Senator for South Australia, and Monica Barone, CEO of City of Sydney
- High profile presentations and panel discussions with:
- 9 international buildings experts from the IEA EBC: Dr Takao Sawachi, Vice President, Building Research Institute (Japan), David Nemtzow, Building Technologies Office Director, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Dr Alexander Zhivov, Senior Research Engineer, Energy Branch US Army Corps of Engineers ERDC – CERL, Prof Sergio Vega, Professor, Technical University of Madrid (Spain), Prof Per Heiselberg, Professor, Aalborg University (Denmark), Dr Peter Holzer, Senior Researcher and Partner, Institute of Building Research (Austria),Prof Bjarne Olesen, Professor, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark), Prof Liam O'Brien, Associate Professor in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering, Carleton University (Canada), Dr Ian Hamilton, Reader in Energy Epidemiology, University College London (UK).
- Home-grown leaders and innovators and energy, including: Emma Herd, Chief Executive Officer, Investor Group on Climate Change, Dr Cassandra Goldie, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Council of Social Service, Ken Morrison, Chief Executive Officer, Property Council of Australia, Romilly Madew, Chief Executive Officer, Green Building Council of Australia, and many more...
Click here to download the conference handbook.
Click here to download all speakers' presentations.
Click here for official Conference photos.
WHO ATTENDED THE NATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY CONFERENCE 2018?
Efficiency providers - energy users - demand management experts - industry consultants - sustainability managers - policy makers - project managers - efficiency engineers - product manufacturers & distributors - technology innovators - energy services companies - researchers - not-for-profits - corporate energy managers - building owners and managers.
GALA DINNER & NATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY AWARDS 2018
The National Energy Efficiency Awards 2018 celebrated excellence, innovation and leadership in energy efficiency.
The winners of the National Energy Efficiency Awards 2018 were unveiled at the gala dinner, on the evening Monday 19 November 2019. All the winners can be viewed here.
We extend warm thanks to our Conference sponsors, whose generous support made the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2018 possible.
Gala Dinner Sponsor
The National Energy Efficiency Conference has grown to be one of Australia's most dynamic and high quality energy sector conferences.
The series began as the Energy Efficiency Council National Conference, with the inaugural event taking place in Melbourne in 2009. It was relaunched as the National Energy Efficience Conference in 2014 and continues to provide a key opportunity for efficiency experts, policy makers and energy users to come together to discuss the big issues facing the sector in Australia.
NATIONAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY CONFERENCE 2017
The National Energy Efficiency Conference 2017 was held at Pulman & Mercure Melbourne, Albert Park on the 20-21 November 2017. Click here to read more.
National Energy Efficiency Conference 2016
The National Energy Efficiency Conference 2016 was held at Australian Technology Park on the Park on 15-16 November 2016. Click here to read more.
National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015
The National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015 was held at Pullman Melbourne on the Park on 17-18 November 2015. Click here to read more.
National Energy Efficiency Conference 2014
The National Energy Efficiency Conference 2014 was held at Swissotel Sydney on 11-12 November 2014. Click here to read more.
Energy Efficiency Council National Conference 2013
The Energy Efficiency Council's 5th National Conference was held at Rydges Melbourne on 3 - 4 December 2013. Click here to read more.
Energy Efficiency Council National Conference 2012
The Energy Efficiency Council's 4th National Conference was held in Sydney on 5-6 December 2012. Click here to read more.
Energy Efficiency Council National Conference 2011
The Energy Efficiency Council's 3rd National Conference was held at Hiton on the Park, Melbourne on 17 November 2011. Click here to read more.
Energy Efficiency Council National Conference 2010
The Energy Efficiency Council National Conference 2010 took place on 2 December at Sydney Masonic Centre. Click here to read more.
Energy Efficiency Council National Conference 2009
The inaugural EEC National Conference took place on 12 November 2009 at Rydges Melbourne. Click here to read more.