Power and renewables

Shaping the Australian energy future: Challenges, risks and opportunities

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Join us for presentations and breakfast on day 2 of the All Energy Australia in Melbourne

Decades of rapid and extensive change lie ahead for the world’s energy systems, particularly for power generation, networks, and electricity use. In Australia, we see records falling for both rooftop solar and large-scale renewables. Earlier this year, the Clean Energy Regulator also announced that there are enough projects now committed to meet the 2020 Renewable Energy Target.

The renewables industry continues to rapidly innovate in order to reduce generation costs and improve performance. DNV GL is at the forefront of testing and validating these changes.

Join us for a complimentary breakfast seminar on Thursday 4 October, Day 2 of the All Energy Australia, where our local and international experts will share about key changes and technical advancements in the industry.

As seats will be limited, please click here to register.

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Esther Lim
Esther Lim

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Where:

Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

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Decades of rapid and extensive change lie ahead for the world’s energy systems, particularly for power generation, networks, and electricity use. In Australia, we see records falling for both rooftop solar and large-scale renewables. Earlier this year, the Clean Energy Regulator also announced that there are enough projects now committed to meet the 2020 Renewable Energy Target.

The renewables industry continues to rapidly innovate in order to reduce generation costs and improve performance. DNV GL is at the forefront of testing and validating these changes.

Join us for a complimentary breakfast seminar on Thursday 4 October, Day 2 of the All Energy Australia, where our local and international experts will share about key changes and technical advancements in the industry.

As seats will be limited, please click here to register.

Agenda

Agenda

Part 1

4 October, 07:30 - 09:00

 

Registration, breakfast and networking

Welcome

Speaker

Ryan Desharnais

Head of Engineering, Energy Labs, DNV GL – Energy

The future of energy: update on the DNV GL Energy Transition Outlook

Speaker

Graham Slack

Country Manager Australia, DNV GL – Energy

New developments in solar technology and associated risks: Bifacial modules, PERC, 1500V inverters

Speaker

Ryan Desharnais

Head of Engineering, Energy Labs, DNV GL – Energy

Control and O+M solutions for renewable energy plants

Speaker

Albert Carrera

Regional Manager Asia, GreenPowerMonitor

Q&A

Event close