marcus evans Alternative Energy Forum (cc486)
Venue: Stamford Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Dec 04, 2006||End Date/Time: Dec 05, 2006|
|Registration Date: Dec 01, 2006|
Location: Stamford Hotel, 111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia
Investigating contributors to growth in the alternative energy market, showcasing lucrative sectors for investment and development and examining benchmarks for successful integration into existing energy and economic frameworks.
Interest in alternatives to conventional fossil fuel based energy sources is ever increasing as their environmental impacts become more apparent. The link between greenhouse gas emissions generated by these fuels and the trend toward global warming has been clearly established. Renewables, nuclear energy and coal and gas technologies with increased efficiency will pave the road to a stable climate; as they generate low or zero carbon emissions and as such, are lucrative greenhouse solutions. Government regulatory shifts, such as carbon trading schemes, mandatory emission benchmarks and minimum renewable energy targets are leading strong growth in alternative energy. According to Erwin Jackson of the Australian Conservation Foundation, around 1/3 of new investment worldwide is channeled into clean energy alternatives.
marcus evans Alternative Energy Forum will provide an overview of the framework underpinning the market. It will keep you abreast of the consequences of regulatory shifts for the alternative and conventional energy industries, big energy users and investors. Through international case studies and keynote addresses by the leaders in strategic development, you will gain a robust understanding of how alternative energy systems can be successfully integrated into our existing infrastructure. It will also highlight the latest exciting innovations, as well as tried and tested technologies and their implications for investors and developers.
Dr Gilles Jean, Director General, CANADIAN CENTRE FOR MINERAL AND ENERGY TECHNOLOGY (CANMET) ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CENTRE (CANADA).
Rupert Posner, Director, Australian Office, THE CLIMATE GROUP.
Roger Davey, Chief Executive Officer, ENVIROMISSION.
Richard Powis, Chief Executive Officer, INTEGRAL ENERGY.
Terry Teoh, Development Manager, PACIFIC HYDRO.
Richard Elkington, General Manager, Power and Environment, LOY YANG POWER.
David Bidmead, Regional Head, Pacific, MARSH.
Jon Ward, General Manager, Business Innovation Technology, SUSTAINABILITY VICTORIA.
Vanda Gould, Executive Chairman, CVC SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENTS.
Christian Jensen, Investment Manager, CVC SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENTS.
Fiona Wain, Chief Executive Officer, ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS AUSTRALIA.
Darryl Butcher, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, AUSTRALIAN RENEWABLE FUELS LIMITED.
Leo Frawley, Technical Manager, SMORGON STEEL.
Mark Robertson, President, BLACKWELL PUBLISHING ASIA.
Nigel Morris, Regional Manager, BP SOLAR AUSTRALIA.
George Grozev, NEMSIM Project Leader, CSIRO SUSTAINABLE ECOSYSTEMS.
- Understanding the regulatory framework, in Australia and internationally; how it may change; and the consequences of policy shifts for the alternative and conventional energy industries, investors, and high end energy users – who will benefit, and how?
- Learning how alternative energy technology can be practically implemented and integrated into our current markets
- Investigating infrastructure changes that could facilitate the transition to cleaner energy alternatives
- Considering practical opportunities for reducing CO2 emissions, minimising climate change and regulatory risk and improving your organisation’s public image
- Exploring new innovations in technology, showing strong potential for implementation and investment – move quickly and capitalise on booming growth