Powering the Future
Igniting Green Energy & Renewables
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ABOUT THE EVENT
The race to net zero is accelerating. Recently, United States President Joe Biden and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese unveiled a climate pact to boost cooperation. The move signifies Australia is becoming a global leader in the renewable energy roll-out and critical mineral supply. South Australia’s rich history of advancing clean energy technologies has resulted in 68% of the state’s electricity being generated by renewable resources in just over 15 years. By 2030, South Australia is expected to be a net 100% renewable energy generator. The state’s focus on green energy could boost trade value, reduce global greenhouse emissions, and link our exports with global decarbonisation efforts.
Deputy Premier Susan Close, MP will introduce this important topic. Our industry panellists will discuss where we are and where we need to be to reach our decarbonisation goals. Join Sam Crafter, CEO the Office of Hydrogen Power SA, Dale Webb, Co- Chief Executive Nyrstar and Susan Jeanes, Chair of the Heavy Industries Low-Carbon Transition CRC and member of the Premier’s Climate Change Council with expert moderation by Belinda Heggen from Fluent Media.
Date: Thursday 23 November 2023
Time: 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Adelaide Convention Centre
Members: Single: $179 / Table of 10: $1790
Non-Members: $229 / Table of 10: $2290
Hon Susan Close MP - Deputy Premier, Government of South Australia
Susan Close is the State Member for Port Adelaide and was elected on the 11th of February 2012. Susan has lived on the LeFevre Peninsula for twenty years with Declan and their two children and is passionate about representing the people in her community. Before entering Parliament, Susan was an executive in the SA Environment Department. She previously worked at the University of Adelaide running student services and holds a PhD from Flinders University. Susan held several portfolios during the Weatherill Labor Government, including being Minister for Education and Minister for Innovation and Automotive Transformation.