welcome to Renewable Cities Australia 2019
Join us at the International Convention Centre, Sydney on 13 – 14 June 2019 as we provide businesses and government representatives with the insights which can move cities towards net zero energy targets.
About the RCA 2019
The Renewable Cities Australia Conference and Exhibition 2019 will take place on 13 – 14 June at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.
Taking place on Thursday 13 June, attendees will be educated at a 1-day ‘Zero Emissions Transport Conference’ by Electric Vehicle Council and Hydrogen Mobility Australia; and on Friday 14 June a free-to-attend Renewable Cities Forum, has been organised in partnership with Business Renewables Centre Australia.
This must-attend conference will provide business and government with the insights to move towards net zero with specific focus on; corporate PPAs, navigating which model is right for you, the legal process and negotiating the right deal; and the progress of cities as they move towards their renewable targets.
LORD MAYOR – COUNCILLOR CLOVER MOORE TO OPEN RCA
Lord Mayor – Councillor Clover Moore will open RCA with the City of Sydney’s progress towards net zero energy for multi-unit residential, office, hotel and mixed-use development buildings. She’ll cover the work being done with State and Federal government to increase the share of renewable energy to the grid and if the set targets will be achieved.
Conference & Exhibition
Renewable Cities Australia 2019
is for all markets.
Renewable Energy Generators
EPC Contractors & Consultants
Be inspired by industry leaders.
Here is a glimpse of some of the speakers offering their expertise at the Zero Emission Transport Conference on Thursday June 13 and the Renewable Cities Forum taking place on Friday 14 June.
Zero Emission Transport Conference
Renewable Cities Forum
Participating in Renewable Cities enabled me to share Monash University’s progress towards 100% Renewable target and learn about the work being done in other cities and towns towards a sustainable future
Dr Kendra Wasiluk
Sustainable Development Planner, Buildings and Property Division, Monash University