Nominations for the 2017 Clean Energy Council Awards close on Wednesday 31 May.
The Clean Energy Council Awards acknowledge excellence in the Australian clean energy sector by recognising the industry’s brightest innovators, best practice in community engagement and leaders who have made an exceptional contribution to the sector.
Past winners have included some of the clean energy sector’s shining lights, and with the current boom in the sector, this year’s awards promise to be the most tightly contested yet.
The awards will be presented at the NAB Gala Dinner at the Australian Clean Energy Summit on Tuesday 18 July in the following three categories:
- Innovation (open to businesses)
- Business Community Engagement (open to businesses)
- Outstanding Contribution to Industry (open to individuals)
The Australian Clean Energy Summit, which is proudly sponsored by Goldwind Australia, is the peak gathering of leaders driving Australia’s energy transformation. This year’s Summit features more than 80 speakers from government, industry and academia, including:
- Josh Frydenberg, Minister for the Environment and Energy
- Bill Shorten, Leader of the Opposition, Australian Labor Party
- Wu Gang, Chairman, Goldwind
- Andy Vesey, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, AGL
- Aubrey Zibelman, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Energy Market Operator
- Richard Di Natale, Leader, The Australian Greens
The comprehensive two-day program covers the latest market trends, innovation, policy, finance, business and technology developments in the clean energy sector.
Nominations for the awards close on Wednesday 31 May, so visit the Clean Energy Council Awards website to nominate a business or individual for this year’s awards.
The Australian Clean Energy Summit will run from 18-19 July at the Hilton Sydney. Early bird tickets for the summit are available until Wednesday 31 May, so visit the Australian Clean Energy Summit website to register and save $300.
Opportunities are still available to join the likes of Goldwind Australia and NAB as sponsors of the 2017 Australian Clean Energy Summit. Contact Sasha Pell on +61 3 9929 4128 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about sponsoring this year’s summit.