Venue
TBA
TBA, Sydney, Australia

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Event Date Tue Aug 16 AEST - Thu Aug 18 AEST (in 3 months)
In your timezone (EDT): Mon Aug 15 10:00am - Wed Aug 17 10:00am
Location TBA
Sydney, Australia
Region APAC
Details

The transition to net zero represents both a massive opportunity and challenge for Australia’s manufacturers, miners and industry more broadly.

For this sector, there are no easy solutions to reducing carbon emissions.

But the businesses who step up to the challenge and harness renewable energy and technology to provide green products and services will be at a huge advantage.

This will bring together industry leaders, politicians and innovators, to analyse the macro trends, the economic realities, and both the technological opportunities and limitations on the path to net zero. It’s where you can hear from the executives from Manufacturing, Mining, Heavy Transport, Energy, Plastics and Chemicals about their transition to net zero, and from governments about how they will enable it.

It’s a not to be missed event for CFOs, COOs, operational and strategy leaders, as well as sustainability, environment and carbon managers, who want to be at the forefront of the transition to net zero, while remaining cost competitive.

This Conference is brought to you by the organisers of Australian Energy Week and the Australian Hydrogen Forum.

Speakers

2022 Speakers

Noreen Byrne
General Manager, People & Sustainability, NeuRizer

Ray Chatfield
Global Technical Manager of Refining Energy, Alcoa

Marghanita Johnson
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Aluminium Council

Daniel Kim
Chief Executive Officer, Ark Energy Corporation

Aidan Mullan
Engineering and Sustainability Manager, Interface Carpets Australia/New Zealand

Blaise Porter
Group Director Sustainability & Social Responsibility, Sims Metals

Stacey Sleeman
Chief Financial Officer & Company Secretary, Tomago Aluminium

Margaret Stuart
Director - Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Nestle Oceania