Energy Productivity Summit 2017
04-05 April 2017 - Sydney
About the Summit
In 2014 we launched the 2xEP program with a two-day Forum that introduced the energy productivity model. And now, at the end of the first phase of the program, we present the Energy Productivity Summit. We aim to recap our work over the last couple of years, demonstrate the case for energy productivity and map the road to implementation and 2xEP by 2030. You’ll find most of the material we’ve produced for the program here
A2EP has a great record when it comes to bringing people together with ideas. Beginning in 2012 and 2013, the southern hemisphere Summer Study took the best of the American and European formats, added some local flavour and moved this three-day residential event to Manly. The 2016 Summer Study, run in partnership with the Institute for Sustainable Futures, was a great success. You’ll find complete archives here.
At our most recent conference, the 2016 Summer Study, we were joined by a stellar line up of local and overseas experts and leaders, including:
- Kateri Callahan, President, US Alliance to Save Energy
- Mark Paterson, Domain Leader - Grids + Renewable Energy Integration, CSIRO
- Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive, UK Energy Saving Trust
- Martin Bornholdt, Managing Director, DENEFF (German Business Initiative for Energy Efficiency)
- Charlie Hollingsworth, General Manager - Asset Management, Teys Australia
- Steve Nadel, Executive Director, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
- Anna Skarbek, Chief Executive Officer, ClimateWorks Australia
- David Hochschild, Commissioner, California Energy Commission
- Gerard Reiter, Executive General Manager - Asset Management, TransGrid
- John Hoekstra, Director of Sustainability, Schneider Electric
- Joe Pease, Director, CRC ORE
- Nichlas Howarth, Research Fellow, KAPSARC (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies & Research Centre)
Who should participate?
All energy efficiency, demand management and distributed energy practitioners should participate, as well as stakeholders and representatives from:
- end users
- research institutions
- energy suppliers
- regulatory bodies
Contribute, sponsor, exhibit
If you’re interested to make a presentation, to sponsor the Summit or to exhibit your services and products, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tony Westmore on 0419 256 339.
The Summit will be hosted by the Australian National Maritime Museum. The museum is Australia's national centre for maritime collections, exhibitions, research and archaeology. The museum is set on Darling Harbour, a short walk across Pyrmont Bridge from the city and adjacent to the neighbourhoods of Pyrmont and Ultimo. The museum is home to three ships: a replica of the HM Bark Endeavour, the destroyer HMAS Vampire and the submarine HMAS Onslow. You’ll find more information about the collections here. The Summit program includes an informal barbeque on Day 1 and closing drinks on Day 2
We’ve negotiated special rates with Accor at the Novotel (4.5 star) Ibis (3.5 star) hotels in Darling Harbour. Both are a short walk from the venue, both are a short walk across Pyrmont Bridge into the city. For details, rates and reservations, please visit Accor.