The National Energy Efficiency Conference brings Australia’s foremost energy efficiency experts, forward-thinking policy makers, innovative energy users, political leaders and industry trailblazers together to discuss, debate and create action around reducing energy bills and cutting emissions through smarter energy use.

Full program and speaker details will be announced soon.

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ANZAC Parade, UNSW Sydney, Kensington NSW 2052



The theme has been chosen to reflect the critical role electrification will play in the shift from fossil fuels in key economic sectors, including homes, commercial buildings, light transport, manufacturing and food processing. Indeed, the best evidence from around the world is demonstrating that energy efficiency and electrification will play a critical role in the decarbonisation of huge chunks of the global economy. Here in Australia, we need to get on with the big national conversation about how we get this transition done.


Harry Verhaar has been central to policy conversations as Chair of the European Alliance to Save Energy, dealing with the European energy security crisis. He is also a long-time contributor to high impact government and social initiatives and is responsible for Signify’s relationship with the World Economic Forum and the United Nations, in addition to working on strategy, outreach and stakeholder management.

Harry Verhaar

Chair, European Alliance to Save Energy

Head of Global Public and Government Affairs, Signify

Jan Rosenow

Head of European Programs

Regulatory Assistance Project

As the director of European programmes, Dr. Jan Rosenow leads RAP’s initiatives in Europe on power market design and Efficiency First. He is responsible for all aspects of leadership, management, and financial viability of RAP’s work in Europe. Dr. Rosenow serves on the Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency’s demand-side management program and sits on the board of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.


Whether you’re looking to showcase a new product, debate a big idea, connect with decision-makers or demonstrate your commitment to Australia’s energy management sector, we have a range of partnership, sponsorship and exhibition packages to meet your objectives, whatever your budget.

Download the prospectus to see the full range of opportunities.

Headline partnerships

Our premium partnerships position your organisation as an industry leader.

Contribute to the Conference program, showcase your expertise and profile your thought leaders through targeted speaking opportunities.

Partner and sponsorship benefits are grouped into three core areas, with further details available in the Conference prospectus.

Networking sponsorships

Networking sponsorships offer a range of tailored options that provide maximum opportunity to create brand awareness and place your organisation front-of-mind with Conference delegates.

Showcase and exhibiton

Promote your products, services and expertise to a highly invested and engaged audience, in-person with a booth or through advertising in the delegate handbook.


As a sponsor or exhibitor, your business will be at the heart of the action. Promote your products and services direct to delegates with a comprehensive exhibition package.


The National Energy Efficiency Awards recognise and celebrate excellence in energy efficiency across the Australian economy. The Awards are an important annual industry event, profiling best practice and helping to normalise smart energy management throughout the economy.

The awards are delivered by the Energy Efficiency Council, Australia’s peak body for energy efficiency, energy management and demand response.

Terms and conditions of entry

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