A number of workshops will be offered as an alternative to attendance at a paper presentation. These will be hosted by a panel of experts in the field under discussion.
Workshop 1 – Energy Transition with Hydrogen
Sunday pm 4th December 1.00pm to 4.00pm, venue ECL2 Cost $110, $55 for students (inc GST), conference delegates free and HSA members receive a 10% discount for conference day, full and online registrations. This workshop is hosted by the Hydrogen Society of Australia, separate from the morning short course on hydrogen. Non-members are welcome to attend. For further detail follow this link.
Workshop 2 – Biomass and bioenergy workshop
Monday 5th December,1.00pm to 4.00pm, venue TBA. This workshop will include a number of speakers on the role of biomass and bioenergy in carbon mitigation followed by a panel discussion open to the audience for a discussion and questions. For further detail follow this link.
Conference delegates free, others @ $110 and students $55.
Workshop 3 – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (A&TSI) workshop
Monday 5th December, 1.30pm to 5.00pm, venue TBA. This workshop will include a number of speakers on electrical supply issues in A&TSI communities, followed by a panel discussion open to the audience for a discussion and questions. For further detail follow this link.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island delegates free, conference delegates free, others @ $110 and students $55.
Workshop 4 – Power and Energy in Sustainable Settlements
Tuesday 6th December, 11.00am to 12.45pm, venue TBA. The Workshop will be an opportunity to present power management detail in community settlements and the built environment. The focus will be on energy efficiency and micro-grid development. For further detail follow this link.
Workshop 5 – The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Industry, Business, Market Access and Universal Collaboration
Wednesday 7th December 3.00pm – 5.00pm in ECL1. The workshop will be preceded by plenary presentations with subjects including: the SDG’s; business development in sustainable technology and renewable energy; market access issues and barriers; government involvement; and how to provide an effective balance in these areas to achieve an equitable and sustainable energy future. A workshop and panel discussion will follow the plenaries to draw the subjects together and discuss how all stakeholders can move forward productively.
The workshop following the plenary session, will be introduced by a panel made up of the plenary speakers, to open a discussion of how government, industry, researchers and business can work together in achieving the overarching goals of relevant SDGs and a carbon-zero world. Follow this link for a suggestion on the issues to be discussed in the workshop.
Conference delegates free.