Melbourne, 31 January 2023 – On 22-23 March 2023, the flagship Enlit Australia event is back for another year with their upcoming Leadership Summit hosted at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Arguably one of the best cities to visit in Australia, Melbourne is the perfect location for Enlit Australia due to its proximity to ASEAN, neighbouring countries, and being a major travel hub for Australians.
The conference will bring together the best thought leaders, innovators, and disruptors in the energy sector, such as Tim Jordan, the Commissioner for the Australian Energy Market Commission; Sarah McNamara, the Chief Executive for the Australian Energy Council; Dr. Nick Aberle, the Policy Director for Energy Generation & Storage for the Clean Energy Council and many more.
Not your usual conference, the Enlit Australia event will transcend the standard format of other energy platforms to take on the hard truths head-on and to have honest conversations about Australia’s energy future, challenges, and opportunities.
Most importantly, the conference organisers and speakers are committed to tackling the most pressing and contentious issues in the Australian energy sector today, from the role of the customer to transitioning the grid to a more sustainable, reliable one and the respective roles of hydrogen and electrification.
With former ABC Melbourne presenter Jon Faine hosting both morning panels, timely and unique content, and an exciting line-up of speakers from all levels of the sector, the event is sure to produce lively debates, allow for in-person meetings or organically connect with energy peers and will uncover and inform the audience regarding the most up-to-date information and challenges to Australia’s energy transition in 2023.
To register for your Summit Delegate pass or free Expo Visitor pass, please visit Enlit Australia here.
Elyse Gatt | Senior Associate | MICHELSON ALEXANDER
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Want to know more about how the energy and utilities industry can best facilitate digital transformation? Join us at the Enlit Australia Leadership Summit, sponsored by Salesforce in Melbourne on 16-17 March 2022.