While there are many events planned for the coming months, there are two in particular that EiD would like to draw your attention to.
• National Energy Efficiency Conference 2017 in Australia
Registrations are now open for the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2017, which will take place on 20 – 21 November at Pullman and Mercure Melbourne Albert Park.
Now in its ninth year, the National Energy Efficiency Conference is Australia’s premier annual event on energy efficiency, bringing together up to 400 efficiency leaders, innovators, energy users and policy makers.
The theme for 2017 – Security, Affordability, Productivity – underlines the growing recognition that smart demand side investments are the quickest and cheapest way to solve Australia’s energy crisis, and keep our energy system reliable and affordable.
Visit www.eec.org.au/neec17 to view further details and to register for the Conference.
• World Sustainable Energy Days 2018 – Young Researchers Conference and Award: Energy Efficiency and Biomass
The World Sustainable Energy Days organisers have announced the upcoming programme for the Young Researchers Conference and Award: Energy Efficiency and Biomass.
Dedicated to the next generation of professionals and experts, the two conference tracks present the work and achievements of young researchers in the fields of biomass and energy efficiency.
The Young Researchers Conference will be held on February 28-March 1, 2018 in the context of the World Sustainable Energy Days 2018 in Wels/Austria. The annual conference brings together more than 700 delegates from over 50 countries from business, public sector and the research community.
Young researchers (born after 1982) are invited to submit contributions by 10 October 2017 at the WSED website. Submissions are welcome from all scientific fields. A high-level scientific committee selects papers for oral and poster presentation. Visit the WSED website for detailed information.
The best conference contributions will be honoured with the awards “Best Young Energy Efficiency Researcher” and “Best Young Biomass Researcher”. The researchers will receive 1,000 Euro each as prize money.
Rod Janssen of EiD is on the scientific committee for this conference.
General information on the entire conference is available here.