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CONFERENCE

RENEWABLE ENERGY, CRITICAL MINERALS, METALS & FUELS INVESTMENTS,  CLEAN HYDROGEN, BATTERIES, SECURITY,  TECHNOLOGY & SUPPLY CHAIN - 
THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIAN GREEN ECONOMY FUTURE


Australian Energy Transition Summit brings together the most influential & innovative minds to establish itself as leading mining & energy investment, capital raising, hydrogen & low carbon technology event in the Australia for the high-tech world. Our inspirational keynotes and pioneer speakers provide latest industry knowledge and tips for the changing resources industry across the globe.

AGENDA AT GLANCE

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KEY THEMES

Governments (Commonwealth & States) Regulations & Policy Developments

Exporting Renewable Energy (Solar, Wind & Batteries)

Metals and Critical Materials Trends, Strategies, Supply & Trade

Energy Transition Financing

The State of Resources Industry

The Rise of Uranium & how Australia Will Build and Support the Defense Industry?

Community Engagement (Social, Environment & Economic)

The Decarbonisation Revolution - The ASX Small Caps That Will Get Us There ?

ESG | Climate Resistance, Biodiversity Health, Economic Prosperity

Renewable Energy Hubs

 Hydrogen Production, Use & Export - The Clean Fuel of the Future

Low Carbon Technologies & EVs

Battery Manufacturing & Recycling in a Circular Economy

Industry Partnerships & the Role of Universities in R&D Process

Downstream Processing

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Speaking Roles

From keynote presentations, practical case studies and spotlights to interactive roundtable discussions and workshops, the show gives you the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a multitude of formats

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Limited Slots

Opportunities are limited - premier speaking presentations and lead positions are only available for silver sponsors and above. These are allocated on a first come first serve basis!

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Do you want to speak alongside these industry leaders from the mining, investment and technology sectors in Perth? 

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