This conference provides a rare opportunity for valuable face-to-face contact with industry experts, and also with the people who manufacture and supply the energy industry. This opportunity should not be missed.
The conference will focus on many of the key issues impacting the NSW electric energy businesses in the short to medium term. In putting together the conference program, the EESA NSW committee has focussed on the subjects that we believe are most relevant to engineers working in the NSW electric energy businesses as well as the many businesses that interact with and support these businesses.
The EESA EECON NSW conference will be held at the Dockside Conference Centre – on the Balcony level at Cockle Bay Wharf. This conference centre has good facilities, is centrally located in Sydney, allows easy access from public transport and there is plenty of parking available close by. All the conference sessions will be streamed live and thus remote participants will be able to view the sessions live online and also ask questions of the presenters online via the session chair.
There will be opportunities for the audience to participate in the Q&A sessions with all presenters at the end of each session.
The EESA NSW Chapter is also keen to engage with companies who provide equipment and/or services to the NSW Electric Energy Businesses and thus the program has been designed to include presentations by Session Sponsors and Exhibitors. Thus as part of each session there will be 2 short presentations that will provide information on a company’s latest products or services to the live and online audiences. These presentations will provide a great opportunity for attendees to understand some of the latest technologies, products or services available (or becoming available) to the electric energy industry.