As the uptake of renewables continues to surge and aging fossil fuel plants trip during critical demand periods, concerns on energy reliability across the NEM are increasingly on the minds of businesses, politicians and the public – and Tasmania is uniquely placed to address this.
The proposed Project Marinus would see a second interconnector linking Tasmania to the mainland, allowing Hydro Tasmania’s ambitious Battery of the Nation Scheme to ensure energy security for both the state and the nation, aid the development of additional projects with their eye on export, and prompt the creation of thousands of new jobs.
It is in this atmosphere that Informa Australia are delighted to announce the inaugural Tasmanian Energy Development Conference, held 29-30 May 2019 at the brand new Paranaple Convention Centre, Devonport. Join us for a comprehensive two-day event of national significance featuring government commentary, major project updates, regional development opportunities, and stakeholder discussions, both public and private, across every level – from local to federal.
Mayor, Devonport City Council
General Manager, Tas Gas Retail
Chief Executive Officer & Acting Regional Tourism Manager, Cradle Coast Authority
Chairman, Northern Tasmania Development Corporation
Commercial Manager, Tas Gas Retail
Chief Executive Officer & Director of Regional Development, Regional Development Australia - Tasmania
when & where
29 - 30 May 2019
Paranaple Convention Centre, Devonport
145/151 Rooke St, Devonport TAS 7310
(03) 6420 2900
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