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Webinar - Power brokers: Federal Election and clean energy policy

With the federal election looming, the Clean Energy Council invites you to join us for this free webinar as we hear firsthand from power brokers across the political spectrum on the clean energy policies they will be taking to the next election. Book your front row seat today!

Date 8 February 2022
Time 10:00am - 12:30pm
Location

Online

Australia’s clean energy resources are the envy of the world. At the dawn of a new decade and in response to the profound economic impact of COVID-19, Australia has the opportunity to exploit these natural advantages. How quickly that happens will largely depend on the next term of Federal Government and the policies put in place to support Australia’s shift to a renewable energy power system.

At no other time has clean energy, and the corresponding public policy and political rhetoric surrounding it, had such a high level of public interest. The public understand what happens at the next federal election will impact Australia for decades to come.

Join us at Power brokers: Federal election and clean energy policy to hear firsthand from powerbrokers across the political spectrum on the clean energy policies they will be taking to the next federal election and how they see Australia thriving in a new energy world.

Please note, all ticketholders will receive access to the recording of this webinar within 24-hours of the conclusion of this virtual event.

Speakers

Join us to hear the latest insights from leading experts in the industry.

The Honourable Malcolm Turnbull AC

29th Prime Minister of Australia

Mr Adam Bandt MP

Leader of the Australian Greens

Hon Chris Bowen MP

Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy

Dr Helen Haines MP

Independent Federal Member for Indi

Hon Tim Wilson MP

Assistant Minister to the Minister for Industry, Energy and Emission Reduction

Simon Holmes à Court

Senior Advisor at Energy Transition Hub, Melbourne University

Dr Rebecca Huntley

Social Researcher, Author

Kane Thornton

Clean Energy Council
Chief Exectuive

Arron Wood

Clean Energy Council
Director External Affairs

Sponsors

Thank you to our event sponsors.

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