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.
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.
With Australia increasingly looking to energy efficiency and smart energy management to help reach net zero targets and address the energy cost crisis, next year's Conference will host the essential discussions, debate, networking and cutting edge thinking necessary to advance energy management's role in these great challenges.
Full program to be released Soon
In his role with the European Alliance to Save Energy, Harry Verhaar has been central to policy conversations around the European energy security crisis brought about by war in Ukraine. At NEEC23, he will provide up-to-the-minute insights into how electrification and energy efficiency are being harnessed to reduce European reliance on Russian gas. long-time contributor to high impact government and social initiatives, he is responsible for Signify’s relationship with the World Economic Forum and the UN.
Chair, European Alliance to Save Energy
Head of Global Public and Government Affairs, Signify
Head of European Programs
Regulatory Assistance Project
UK Transition Plan Taskforce
Dr. Rosenow is a global expert on the role of energy efficiency and electrification in meeting the world’s decarbonisation goals. At NEEC23 he will share RAP's latest research on decarbonisation trajectories for key economic sectors, and how governments can support the scale-up of heat pump deployment. He serves on the Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency’s demand-side management program, and on the board of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.
Jacques Morris is seconded from the UK Cabinet Office where he set up the COP26 finance strategy and led on green finance. Jacques worked with finance ministries, MDBs, financial institutions and civil society to form international coalitions and drive commitments to underpin the Glasgow Climate Pact.
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.
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Now in their 10th year, the National Energy Efficiency Awards are Australia’s highest profile honours for excellence in energy efficiency, energy management and demand response.
We invite individuals and organisations to nominate projects that demonstrate their outstanding achievement in performance, leadership and innovation in one of the 11 awards categories, and celebrate the winners with peers at the