Call for papers: 2nd Australian Summer Study 2013 on Energy Efficiency & Decentralised Energy

Start/Stop Date:
02 Nov 2012
Organiser:
Australian Alliance to Save Energy
Venue:
Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach
Focus Areas:
Energy efficiency & decentralised energy
Type of Event:
Conference

Join this informal international knowledge exchange on energy efficiency, demand management, distributed energy and carbon mitigation.

The Summer Study is a three day, residential event that brings together a cross-sectoral group of influential, highly engaged individuals that are open to sharing information.

In 2013, the Summer Study will offer unparelleled access to global energy efficiency best practice. With 4 topic streams and tracks, 20 panel sessions and 8 informal roundtables, the program will provide a rich environment for information sharing.

Submit an abstract
Registrations now open

Take advantage of the Early Bird Rate and register now for this leading, high-profile, international event.

Who should participate?
All energy efficiency, demand management and distributed energy practitioners and stakeholders from:

  • Government
  • Academics
  • NGOs
  • Energy Suppliers
  • End users - all sectors
  • Regulators
  • Media - as participants and reporters.

What makes the Summer Study unique?
The program balances structured presentations by international experts with informal working sessions while allowing ample time for networking and collaboration.  The relaxed, informal, live-in format allows for in-depth discussions to develop across the event.  Proven to be a great environment for cross fertilising ideas and making lasting connections.

New in 2013

  • An entire track focussed on international perspectives which will include thought leaders from Asia Pacific, US and Europe.
  • The program has a strong focus on energy users with a track dedicated to best practice, improving energy management and opportunities in industry.
  • The number of  informal sessions has been doubled providing multiple opportunities to participate in the program.