The Langham Melbourne, Australia
When:25 September 2017, 15:30 - 20:00Add to calendar 2017/09/25 15:30 2017/09/25 20:00 Australia/Melbourne The Future of the Australian Energy Sector Join DNV GL and other industry experts as we discuss our forecast of the energy future through to 2050, and what it means for Australia
This only adds the event to your calendar, please remember to register for this event. The Langham Melbourne, Australia https://www.facebook.com/events/703782616363133 false YYYY/MM/DD akeGphYOczrmtQTfhmEQ22349
- Attend: Click here to register
More than 70% of DNV GL’s business is related to energy in one or other form. We are acutely aware that profound changes in the energy mix await us. We therefore decided to model the coming transition from fossil to renewable energy, and to produce impactful, world-class reports on the nature, timing and industry implications of the transition.
The first in an annual series, the Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) provides an independent forecast of the energy future through to 2050, looking at energy demand and energy supply, distributed over 10 world regions. Specifically, we summarize the results and implications for the power and renewables industries.
In this seminar, we will discuss the major findings of the ETO report, followed by a panel session where we will invite industry leaders to share their insights into the future of the Australian energy sector.
Please register for this complimentary event as spaces are limited.
The Future of the Australian Energy Sector
Monday 25 September 2017 Register
Chief Executive Officer, DNV GL – Energy
Energy Transition Outlook: Insights & ImpactSpeaker:
Global Segment Leader, Energy Storage, DNV GL – Energy
Panel Discussion: The Future of the Australian Energy Sector
Moderated by Mathias Steck, Executive Vice President Asia Pacific, DNV GL – EnergySpeaker:
Acting Group Manager - Power System Planning, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)
General Manager Strategy, Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
Associate Director - Investment Research, Clean Energy Finance Corporation
General Manager Renewables, GE Australia New Zealand
Kim van Hattum
Executive Manager, Delivery, Pacific Hydro