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2022 Call for speakers

The Clean Energy Council is calling for industry experts to present at our events in 2022.

Please note, these events are currently scheduled to be delivered as a live events around the country. The Clean Energy Council will continue to closely monitor government and health agency advice in the leadup to the events and strictly follow COVID-19 guidelines to ensure the safety of all attendees.

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Wind Industry Forum

The Wind Industry Forum is Australia's leading technical event for wind industry professionals to be held in Melbourne on Thursday 17 March 2022.

The call for speakers is now open and closes at 11.59 pm AEDT on Thursday 11 November 2021.

Suitable topics to present on include:

  • managing a weak grid and system strength
  • community and social licence
  • best practice safety in construction and operations
  • decommissioning, repowering and circular economy
  • renewable energy zones and wind
  • connection reform and technical standards
  • operations
  • battery integrations
  • asset management
  • resource measurement and modelling
  • technology and innovation
  • planning, design and environment
  • operating in the NEM (e.g. self-forecasting, FCAS markets, portfolio strategy, optimisation and energy storage)
  • offshore wind.

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Large-scale Solar Forum

This one-day forum is the premier technical event for Australian solar industry professionals and will be held in Brisbane on Thursday 19 May 2022.

The call for speakers is now open and closes at 11.59 pm AEDT on Thursday 2 December 2021.

Suitable topics to present on include:

  • managing a weak grid and system strength
  • community and social licence
  • best practice safety in construction and operations
  • operations
  • asset management
  • battery integrations
  • connection reform and technical standards
  • resource measurement and modelling
  • technology and innovation
  • planning, design and environment
  • recycling/circular economy
  • renewable energy zones and solar
  • operating in the NEM (e.g. self-forecasting, FCAS markets, portfolio strategy, optimisation and energy storage).

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Australian Clean Energy Summit

The Australian Clean Energy Summit is the peak gathering of leaders driving Australia’s energy transformation. The two-day conference is taking place in Sydney on 19-20 July 2022 brings together heads of industry, government and finance to share the models, trends and technology innovations in driving clean energy adoption.

The call for speakers is now open and closes at 11.59 pm AEDT on Tuesday 25 January 2022.

Suitable topics to present on include:

  • international perspectives and global trends
  • finance and investment
  • policy, smart regulation and the role for Government
  • hydrogen and renewable energy exports
  • building and strengthening the grid
  • grid connection and system strength
  • innovations in DER
  • innovations in energy storage
  • evolving business models
  • smart grid
  • the role of the consumer
  • community and social licence
  • digital and data innovation
  • electric vehicles
  • future energy market design
  • developing the workforce of the future
  • clean manufacturing in Australia
  • electrifying different customer segments
  • PPA structure and innovation
  • renewable energy zones (REZ)
  • industrial decarbonisation
  • other.

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The Clean Energy Council is committed to presenting gender diversity across all sessions and event programs. We especially encourage you to circulate this opportunity to women in your network and internally within your organisation.

Submission requirements and recommendations

To complete a submission, you will be required to provide:

  • contact information and headshot
  • abstract title
  • your presentation theme
  • a presenter bio (max 100 words)
  • abstract (max 250 words)
  • answer to - What are the key learnings for the audience from your presentation?
  • answer to - What is new and innovative about your presentation?
  • agree to terms and conditions.

The Clean Energy Council receives an overwhelming number of submissions to speak at our conferences. To ensure your submission stands out, please take into consideration the following:

  • Sales and promotional-based presentations will not be considered.
  • Standard presentation duration is 10-15 minutes. Please ensure you narrow your focus in a way that will allow you to cover your key points within this time frame.
  • Consider what is new, different or innovative about your presentation and make this your focus in your submission. Avoid submitting topics that have been heard before at this or other conferences.
  • Avoid broad, high-level topics. Detail what it is specifically you would like to speak to our audience about.
  • You or your organisation are welcome to submit multiple abstracts if you have more than one topic you would like to speak to.
  • If you would prefer to chair a session rather than present, please note this in the abstract session.

Please note, opportunities to present at the Energy Storage Forum and WA Clean Energy Forum will open later in 2022.

Sponsorship opportunities available

Put your brand at the forefront of Clean Energy Council events by sponsoring our industry-leading technical forums. To learn more about sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities still available for 2022, please contact Sponsorship Coordinator Jason Tan at [email protected].

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