What is Australian Energy Week?

The energy evolution is rapidly gathering pace. And whilst the challenges and opportunities are most certainly global, the Australian energy sector is most certainly unique. And it deserves a unique event.

Now in its 10th year, Australian Energy Week started life as the Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook back in 2012 and has since grown into the premier annual destination for the nation’s energy sector stakeholders. A premium home-grown product, built on a solid foundation of unrivalled content for senior industry decision makers, Australian Energy Week is the only event wholly dedicated to everything that’s important for Australia’s energy future.

The event comprises of:

  • the leading annual energy conference (comprising 96 hours of content from 45 targeted content blocks across 12 different sessions)
  • a limited exhibition that sells out and is attended by the largest number of high level decision makers
  • the popular Women in Energy Breakfast
  • the must-attend networking drinks and gala dinner
  • plus a range of other networking opportunities

Put simply, if energy is your thing, Australian Energy Week is for you.

“Content was brilliant, so were the people attending”
Infrastructure Solutions Consultant, Hitachi




What makes Australian Energy Week 2022 unique?

Be part of the most comprehensive energy event in 2022 – the only event covering the full energy supply chain, including renewables, generation, networks, retail, end-users and policy
Australian Energy Week expo returns, giving you the opportunity to engage with a select group of industry leading suppliers
Hear from the leaders shaping the future of the industry in the conference plenary, and then choose the stream most relevant to you, whatever your role in the industry
Network with leaders from every major company at an event that’s full of energy professionals, not salespeople
Learn about game-changing technologies, from the impact of utility-scale and home batteries, to AI, hydrogen, IoT and more