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Melbourne Convention Centre

Australian Energy Week: The Electrical Engineering Forum (EEF)

The Electrical Engineering Forum (EEF), a part of Australian Energy Week 2022, taking place 7-8 June at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, is focused on overcoming today’s big energy challenges with technical solutions.

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Australian Energy Week: The Electrical Engineering Forum (EEF)

Time & Location

07 June, 9:00 am – 08 June, 6:00 pm

Melbourne Convention Centre, Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006, Australia

About the event

As the industry looks to decarbonise, clever engineering, new tech and new systems are needed to build and manage increasingly distributed and intermittent generation sources.

The content in the EEF has been designed with professionals actively involved in day-to-day operations in mind, with a focus on transmission, distribution and generation.

If you are an asset, engineering or procurement manager involved in the day-to-day operations of plants or networks, or planning new projects, then this is for you.

Some of the key speakers include:

· Dr David Pointing PhD, Chief Executive Officer, The Australian Power Institute

· Alan Louis, Principal Engineer Technology Innovation Ergon, Energy & Energex

· Jacqui Mills, Head of Virtual Power Plants, Clipsal Solar

· Craig Stallan, Executive Manager – Delivery, TransGrid

· Janica Lukas, Distribution Grid Strategy & Planning Manager, Western Power

· Gregory Abramowitz, Head of Orchestration - Platform & Operations, AGL Energy

· Kate Cavanagh, Energy Systems Research & Testing Facilities Leader, CSIRO

· Scott Chapman, General Manager - DER Program Delivery, Reform Delivery,Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)

· Kathryn Granheim, Principal DSO Strategy Advisor, Western Power

Benefits of attending EEF include:

· Discover the future of the grid with in-depth sessions on substation optimisation, grid flexibility, renewables, and more

·  Hear how to protect energy transmission during natural disasters and in volatile situations

· Uncover new technologies that can help reduce downtime and improve safety

· Analyse how to optimise the use of grid scale batteries to support a rapid uptake of renewables

· Deep dive into the opportunities and challenges stemming from the uptake of virtual power plants

· Discuss breakthrough emerging technologies and learn how to put them to good use for the zero-carbon future of Australia

Register with VIP code ‘API10’ to save 10% off the registration fee for Australian Power Institute (API) members. Book online hereor call +61 (0)2 9977 0565.

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