The customer-centred transformation

Energy Productivity Innovation X-Change

Monday 08 April, Aerial Function Centre, Sydney


Program and speaker detail available shortly. Register online here

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A2EP and UTS showcase the technologies and enterprises that are transforming energy use and supply with a focus on the energy user/prosumer - both business and residential. We present a day of prominent international and local speakers who bring a unique customer experience perspective to the energy revolution. Confirmed speakers include:

Richard Adams, Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Andrew Dillon, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Networks Australia
Ned Harvey, Managing Director, Carbon War Room, Rocky Mountain Institute
Harry Verhaar, Head of Global Public & Government Affairs, Philips Lighting/Signify

At the X-Change you'll join leaders in transformation and have plenty of opportunity to build your networks. Sessions will examine major areas of innovation including the internet of energy, electrification and digitalisation of industry, innovation in the food value chain, financing innovations to support the transition and how RACE (reliable, affordable and clean energy) can be delivered to business and residential prosumers.

We showcase emerging Australian businesses in the Energy ‘Dolphin’ Tank. We explore the critical research tasks required for the energy productivity transformation and provide additional focus for a Cooperative Research Centre bid. The CRC bid brings together leaders in business, government and research and will be finalised mid-2019.

This is a hold the date note. You can book online now, here. We'll send program detail shortly. Please drop a line if you have any questions. The X-Change is presented at Aerial Function Centre at UTS in Ultimo. There's plenty of public transport nearby and parking underneath.

A2EP is leading a drive to double energy productivity in Australia by 2030. Our innovation program aims to accelerate the uptake of energy productive technology focused on transformative change.


Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity:
email: phone: +61 2 9514 49148 + 61 4 1925 6339