Connecting businesses, government, academia and startups to develop solutions to the energy and climate challenge.
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To encourage and demonstrate the power of collaboration.
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To equip those facing the challenges of Australia’s energy transition.
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To highlight the precinct, region and state as global energy leaders and problem solvers.
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Learn from the best and brightest in the energy industry and connect the current and emerging innovators who contribute to the much-needed clean energy transition.Register
The Hon. Chris Bowen MP
The Commonwealth Government, Minister for Climate Change and Energy
The Honourable Susan Close MP
South Australian Government, Deputy Premier
Dr Angela Wilkinson
World Energy Council, Secretary General & CEO
The Hon Tom Koutsantonis MP
South Australian Government, Minister for Energy and Mining
SA Chief Entrepreneur
Mr Andrew Bills
SA Power Networks, Chief Executive Officer
Office of Hydrogen Power SA, Chief Executive Officer
Infrastructure SA, Chief Executive
Economical Energy Pty Ltd, Chair
Dr Ariella Helfgott
Department of the Premier & Cabinet , Director of Strategic Foresight - Strategy and Policy
Professor Giselle Rampersad
Flinders University, Dean (Education) in the College of Science and Engineering
Heather Smith GAICD
Changing Weather, Energy and Climate Change Specialist
Adelaide Airport, Head of Strategy and Business Planning
EfficientSee®, Managing Director
IO Energy, Founder and CEO
William Van Ausdal
Flinders University, Principal Sustainability Strategist
Department for Energy and Mining, Director of Strategy, Policy and Communications
Tonsley Innovation District
Future Energy Week is brought to you by the Tonsley Future Energy Consortium and will be held at the Tonsley Innovation District in South Australia.
6 MAB Eastern Prom, Tonsley SA 5042
Flinders Line: Tonsley Stop
Disembark, then walk east on Alawoona Ave. Turn right onto MAB Cct, and then left onto Watts Road. Enter via the west side of the district.
Stop 27 Bradley Grove
Disembark, then head south on Bradley Grove. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Alawoona Ave. Turn right onto MAB Cct, then left onto Watts Road. Enter via the west side of the district.
There are multiple free parking lots in the area – two are located on the western side of the district and accessed via Alawoona Ave. The third is north of the district and accessed via Tonsley Blvd.