National Clean Technologies Conference and Exhibition 2019

 

Creating Connections: Building Business

Building on the success and need for expansion of The Cleantech Effect 2017, The National Clean Technologies Conference & Exhibition will provide Australian cleantech innovators the opportunity to focus on ‘National’ issues, opportunities and latest developments by coming together to network, learn and do business.

With a world class program of  international speakers, industry leaders and change makers, the conference and exhibition will encompass all clean technology growth areas including energy, waste, water, built environment and transport.
 

About the Conference

The future of the Australian CleanTech industry depends on the sector’s ability to connect with decision makers and investors, have a measurable impact and drive it’s own growth.

The National Clean Technologies Conference (also known by some as Cleantech) is a new nationally focussed two day clean technologies conference plus workshop program and exhibition that will encompass all clean technology growth areas including energy, waste, water, built environment and transport

This important clean technologies event will bring together stakeholders across the entire cleantech industry to drive growth, innovation and investment.

This inaugural cleantech event will also be a vehicle for the development of a National Regional Cleantech Network,  inviting participation from various regional centres who have a cleantech emphasis.

The aim of this Network is to generate new business opportunities, enhance competitive advantages and create added value for companies, higher educational institutions and local authorities within the target regions.

As the Principal Event Partner, Sunshine Coast Council are hosting the first event and will be actively showcasing their regions capability and the benefits offered by the Clean Technologies industry.

The National Clean Technologies Conference & Exhibition will be held at the Events Centre, Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland between Wednesday 29 - Friday 31 May 2019.
 

Program

With a world class program of  international drawcard speakers, industry leaders and change makers, the conference and exhibition will involve all clean technology growth areas including energy, waste, water, built environment and transport.

Audience input has identified the importance of including other regional case studies and success stories on the program. This inaugural event will also be a vehicle for the development of a National Regional Cleantech Network,  inviting participation from various local councils and regional centres who have a clean tech emphasis.

The aim of this Network is to generate new business opportunities, enhance competitive advantages and create added value for companies, higher educational institutions and local authorities within the target regions.

All kinds of environmental clean technologies will be showcased. Don't miss it!

With a focus on connecting the industry for growth the program will discuss:

  • the cost benefits of clean technology across all areas of  commercial and residential development
  • the importance of building healthier, sustainable and resilient communities
  • the demand for innovation - what’s next?
  • the role of design in addressing the wellness agenda
  •  the challenge of changing behaviours
  • the opportunities for growth and investment

This comprehensive two day conference plus workshop program will be supported by a showcase of exhibiting solution providers and industry stakeholders.  All taking place on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, where there are a number of excellent projects to visit to see firsthand a range of Cleantech success stories in the region.
 

Details:


When

Wednesday, 29 May, 2019 - Friday, 31 May, 2019
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
E. Australia Time
 

Where

The Events Centre, Caloundra
20 Minchinton St,
Caloundra 4551
Australia

 

Click here for further information and to register

 

Event Organiser: 
National Clean Technologies
Event Date: 
Wednesday, 29 May, 2019 to Friday, 31 May, 2019
Location: 
ALL Australia
ALL Qld