THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING Renewable
Cities Australia 2019

The free-to-attend Renewable Cities Australia Conference and Exhibition 2019 took place on 13 – 14 June 2019 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney. It was the first time that it was a free-to-attend feature on the show floor and was a huge success. Over 40 speakers shared their expertise, knowledge and insight across the two days of the program which was designed in collaboration with our event partners Business Renewables Centre – Australia, Electric Vehicle Council and Hydrogen Mobility Australia.

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The Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore opened the renewable cities forum on 14 june

The Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore opened the Renewable Cities Forum with the City of Sydney’s progress towards net zero energy for multi-unit residential, office, hotel and mixed-use development buildings. She enlightened the audience with the City of Sydney’s plan for 100% renewables as well as other parts of their sustainability strategy including recycling and green spaces.

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Be inspired by industry leaders.

Here is a glimpse of some of the speakers who offered their expertise at the Zero Emission Transport Conference on Thursday 13 June 2019 and the Renewable Cities Forum on Friday 14 June 2019.

Zero Emission Transport Conference

Alan Kneisz

Business Development Director, Hydrogenics Corporation

Behyad Jafari

CEO, Electric Vehicle Council

Carola Jonas

CEO and Co-Founder, Everty

Claire Johnson

CEO, Hydrogen Mobility Australia

Mark Edmunds

General Manager - Energy Storage and e Mobility Division, Toshiba International Corporation

Richard Day

Director Low Carbon Industry Development, Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia

Renewable Cities Forum

Rob kelly

Program Manager, ClimateWorks Australia

JACQUI FETCHET

Solicitor, Herbert Smith Freehills

Nicky Ison

Founding Director, Community Power Agency

Jon Dee

Managing Director, RE100 Australia

Adam Clarke

Program Coordinator - City Innovation and Sustainability team, City of Newcastle

ANITA STADLER

Associate, Energetics

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

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