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Tasmanian Energy Development Conference

Towards 200% renewables and a greener NEM
23-24 June 2021 | Paranaple Convention Centre, Devonport

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Join us in 2021 as we return to Devonport for the Tasmanian Energy Development Conference.

Home to Australia’s only 200% renewables target, the nation’s leading hydrogen industry development plan, and a plethora of energy industry projects of all scales, don’t miss out on Tasmania’s largest energy event of the year. Spaces will be strictly limited for this unique, regional networking opportunity so be sure to save the date and ensure you don’t miss out.

speakers

The Hon. Guy Barnett MP

Minister for Energy, Primary Industries and Water, Veteran’s Affairs, Government of Tasmania

Kim Enkelaar

Director, Energy Policy and Regulation, Department of State Growth

Ross Burridge

A/Chief Executive Officer, TasNetworks

Roger Lloyd

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Palisade Investment Partners

John Titchen

Managing Director, Goldwind Australia

Phaedra Deckart

Chief Executive Officer, Tas Gas

Mark Williamson

Executive General Manager, Clean Energy Regulator

Bess Clark

General Manager - Project Marinus, TasNetworks

Andrew Dyer

Australian Energy Infrastructure Commissioner

Benjamin White

Head of Stakeholder Relations, Community, Environment & Planning (Marinus Link), TasNetworks

Tanya Denison

Future Energy Facilitator, Cradle Coast Authority

Antony Beard

Operations Manager, Granville Harbour Wind Farm

Darren Giri

Commercial Manager, Tasmanian Gas Pipeline

Geoff Daley

Director, 123V

David Pointing

Chief Executive Officer, The Australian Power Institute

Alan Morrell

Chief Executive Officer, Westcoast Renewable Energy

Ray Mostogl

Chief Executive Officer, Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council

Paul Molnar

Battery of the Nation Project Director, Hydro Tasmania

Phil Mackey

Head of Strategy and Opportunities, Hydro Tasmania

Leigh Walters

Project Director, Goldwind Australia

Donna Bolton

General Manager Development Tasmania, Epuron

agenda

9:50 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

Benjamin White, Head of Stakeholder Relations, Community, Environment & Planning (Marinus Link), TasNetworks

10:00 am

LEADERS PANEL | The Vision for Tasmania

Kim Enkelaar, Director, Energy Policy and Regulation, Department of State Growth

Ross Burridge, A/Chief Executive Officer, TasNetworks

Phil Mackey, Head of Strategy and Opportunities, Hydro Tasmania

Roger Lloyd, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Palisade Investment Partners

John Titchen, Managing Director, Goldwind Australia

Phaedra Deckart, Chief Executive Officer, Tas Gas

11:00 am

Networking and refreshment break

11:20 am

NEM Analysis | The Tasmanian Opportunity in Context

Mark Williamson, Executive General Manager, Clean Energy Regulator

11:45 am

Building on our NEM Analysis session, this panel looks to the medium & long-term outlook for our energy mix. Featuring forward-looking analyst predictions tempered with insights on how we would manage and finance multiple scenarios this is a must attend session.

12:25 pm

Lunch and Networking Break

1:15 pm

KEYNOTE ADDRESS | Tasmanian Government

11:30 am

PANEL DISCUSSION | Major Projects & Regional Employment

Tanya Denison, Future Energy Facilitator, Cradle Coast Authority

Ray Mostogl, Chief Executive Officer, Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council

2:10 pm

Project Renewable Future

2:35 pm

Major Regional Developer Update

Donna Bolton, General Manager Development Tasmania, Epuron

3:00 pm

Networking and refreshment break

3:30 pm

  • Experience from other states with an influx of new renewables projects (including Grid Curtailment, System Strength, FCAS, MLF and Negative Pricing)
  • What this means for Granville Harbour Wind Farm and other projects as Tasmania heads towards 200% renewables

3:55 pm

Green Hydrogen and Ammonia, Scaling-up Commercialisation

Dr Attilio Pigneri, Chief Executive, The Hydrogen Utility (H2U)

4:20 pm

Tasmania’s Electric Highway

Speaker to be advised,

4:45 pm

Closing remarks from the chair

4:55 pm

CLOSING | End of Day One & Networking Drinks

6:15 pm

CONFERENCE DINNER | Official Conference Dinner

9:10 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

9:20 am

GOVERNMENT INSIGHT | Delivering on the Vision for Tasmania

Kim Enkelaar, Director, Energy Policy and Regulation, Department of State Growth

9:45 am

Marinus Link Project Update

Bess Clark, General Manager - Project Marinus, TasNetworks

10:10 am

Battery of the Nation Update

Paul Molnar, Battery of the Nation Project Director, Hydro Tasmania

10:35 am

Cattle Hill Wind Farm Update

Leigh Walters, Project Director, Goldwind Australia

11:00 am

Networking and refreshment break

11:20 am

The Hydrogen Opportunity | A local perspective

Susie Bower, Chief Executive Officer, Bell Bay Advanced Manufacturing Zone

11:45 am

The role of natural gas in transitioning to a zero-carbon economy

Darren Giri, Commercial Manager, Tasmanian Gas Pipeline

12:05 pm

PANEL DISCUSSION | Training and Skills Capacity

David Pointing, Chief Executive Officer, The Australian Power Institute

Additional panellists to be advised,

12:35 pm

Lunch and Networking

1:30 pm

Developer Insights

Speaker to be advised,

2:10 pm

The Domestic Hydrogen Opportunity

Geoff Daley, Director, 123V

2:30 pm

CLOSING PANEL | Community & Stakeholder Engagement

Andrew Dyer, Australian Energy Infrastructure Commissioner

Additional panellists to be advised,

3:10 am

END OF CONFERENCE

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pricing

Packages Price
Package(Two Days)$1695$1495+GST Early Bird Rate Early Bird Rate
Extras Price
Conference Dinner $160+GST

Event Pricing

  • Early Bird rate: $1,495 + GST (register by 14/05/2021)
  • Standard rate: $1,695 + GST (from 15 May 2021)

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

RECONNECT AND RE-ENGAGE WITH YOUR INDUSTRY COLLEAGUES

The 3rd Annual Tasmanian Energy Development Conference, brings together key industry stakeholders from Tasmania and interstate.

There are many opportunities for networking including social events such as networking drinks and a conference dinner, making this not just a conference… but an all encompassing industry “experience”.

Event sponsorship or exhibiting will allow your organisation to:

  • Build relationships with potential and existing clients
  • Generate leads from a high-level, targeted audience
  • Close sales in a more personal manner than via phone
  • Demonstrate your product in person
  • Network with the industry
  • Build brand awareness

Please note that this event will incorporate a digital attendance component to enable speakers and attendees who are not permitted to travel the opportunity to still virtually attend.

To see what is on offer please contact:
Megan Rogulski – Sponsorship Manager
T: +61 (0)2 9080 4030
E: megan.rogulski@informa.com

when & where

23 - 24 Jun 2021

Paranaple Convention Centre
Market Square, 137 Rooke St
Devonport TAS 7310

contact

Still have a question?

Nicholas Mayfield
Conference Manager
+61 2 9080 4477
Nicholas.Mayfield@informa.com

Megan Rogulski
Sponsorship Manager
+61 (2) 9080 4030
Megan.Rogulski@informa.com.au

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