Thursday 15th June 2017

8.30am - 8.55am

DAY TWO EV WORKSHOP REGISTRATION (INCLUDES LUNCH)

9.00am - 10.00am

THE PATH FORWARD FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN AUSTRALIA

​​Location: C2.3

The Electric Vehicle Council session

Introduction to the EV Council and the Path Forward to Reaching Critical Mass in the Australian Electric Vehicle Industry
Behyad Jafari, Chair, Electric Vehicle Council

Overview of the current EV Market both International and National
Kristian HandbergLead, Electric Vehicles New Energy, AGL

Going from A to B, Changing the Way We “Fuel”
Tim WashingtonCEO, JET Charge

EVs and Future Mobility
Heath WalkerSr. Marketing and Communications Manager, TESLA

10am - 11.15am

PLANNING FOR AN EV FUTURE IN AUSTRALIA

Location: 2.3

Our transport networks are the arteries that enable flow within and between urban areas. Changing to low carbon transport systems needs strategic, smart and long-term thinking.

Queensland’s EV Policy Development, Strategies for EV Uptake & Planning for Charging Infrastructure
Michael KaneDirector, Urban Economics and Integrated Transport Planning

Hyundai Zero Emission Future
Scott NargarFuture Mobility Manager, Hyundai Motor Company Australia

Early Adoption of Two EVs, PV, and Two Powerwalls in a Sydney Home
Dr David MillsAM, (Case Study, Early Adoption 2 x EV’s)

Session Leader: Beyhad Jafari, EV Council

11.15am - 11.45am

MORNING TEA

11.45am - 1.00pm

INDUSTRY EMBRACES ELECTRIC VEHICLES (CASE STUDIES)

Location: C2.3

Sydney Airport EV Bus Trial
Bruce White, Product Division Manager, National, Carbridge

Autonomous Pods for Australia from Adelaide
Roger Van Der Lee, Autonomous Programs Director, Australia & Asia Pacific – RDM Group

Why install an EV Charger (EVSE)
Ryan HammondDirector, Sealed Performance Batteries

Session Leader: Mary Hendriks, Australian Energy Storage Alliance

1.00pm - 2.00pm

LUNCH

(view Electric Vehicles and EV Charging units)

1.45pm - 2.00pm

AFTERNOON: RENEWABLE CITIES YOUNG AMBASSADORS REGISTRATION

2.00pm - 3.15pm

YOUNG AMBASSADORS LEADING THE CHANGE (CASE STUDIES)

Location: C2.3

Young Ambassadors 2016 present case studies from their work with councils, business or organisations. All RCA delegates from either session are invited to join this session.

Solar Powering a Student Housing Co-op: A Community Effort
Sarah KingCommunity coordinator, Stucco Co-operative

Challenges and Oportunities of an Energy Products Startup
Daisy ShenManaging Director, Element Energy Limited

Solar Savers Adelaide – Reducing Barriers for Low-Income and Rental Properties
Bec Taylor, City of Adelaide

Session Leader: Jacqui Fetchet, Renewable Cities Australia Forum

3.15pm - 3.45pm

AFTERNOON TEA

3.45pm -4.45pm

OPTIONS

3.45pm - 4.45pm

Sustainability tour of the ICC for Delegates of Renewable Cities

Optional Session

TOUR OF ICC for Delegates of Renewable Cities Australia

(Booking essential)

OR

3.45pm – 4.45pm

DELEGATES WELCOME TO JOIN AUSTRALIAN ENERGY STORAGE DEBATE

Optional Session

Location: Parkside 2

OR

3.45pm - 4.45pm

RENEWABLE CITY YOUNG AMBASSADORS 2017 UPDATE (INVITATION ONLY)

Invitation only

Young Ambassadors only session (please apply)

Run by Young Ambassadors Program Leader, Jacqui Fetchet

Location: C2.3

4.45pm - 4.50pm

CLOSE

Exhibition: Delegates invited to visit Australian Energy Storage & Renewable Cities exhibition in breaks
Note that this program is subject to change and may be varied at the discretion of the organisers, Exhibitions and Trade Fairs, NSW.

Exhibitions & Trade Fairs (the Organisers) reserves the right to alter key note speakers, session presenters or the conference program timetable and delivery without notice due to unforeseen reasons. Neither Exhibitions & Trade Fairs nor the Conference Program Manager accept any liability for any loss or inconvenience caused to any attending delegate under such changes.