What is the Electrical Engineering Forum?

WEDNESDAY 26 MAY

  • The Hon Lily D’Ambrosio
    Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change & Minister for Solar Homes
    Victorian Government
  • The Hon Mick De Brenni
    Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen and Minister for Public Works and Procurement
    Queensland Government
  • Rod Duke
    Chief Executive Officer
    Energy Queensland
  • Kerry Schott
    Independent Chair
    Energy Security Board
  • Frank Tudor
    Managing Director
    Jemena
  • Christine Corbett
    Chief Customer Officer
    AGL Energy
  • Jon Briskin
    Executive General Manager of Retail
    Origin Energy
  • Eva Hanly
    Executive for Strategy, Innovation & Technology
    TransGrid
  • Anne Pearson
    Head of Reputation
    EnergyAustralia
  • Anna Collyer
    Chair
    Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC)
  • Michelle Taylor
    Manager, Intelligent Grid New Technology
    Energy Queensland
  • Jamie Lowe
    Head of Regulation, Compliance and Sustainability
    ENGIE
  • Ian Learmonth
    Chief Executive Officer
    Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC)
  • Craig de Laine
    Executive General Manager Customer and Strategy
    Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG)

The Electrical Engineering Forum (EEF) is focused on overcoming today’s big energy challenges with technical solutions.

As the industry looks to decarbonise, clever engineering, new tech and new systems are needed to build and manage increasingly distributed and intermittent generation sources.

The content in the EEF has been designed with professionals actively involved in day-to-day operations in mind, with a focus on transmission, distribution and generation.

If you are an asset, engineering or procurement manager involved in the day-to-day operations of plants or networks, or planning new projects, then this is for you.

If you are looking to meet with these professionals, then join the Australian Energy Week & Electrical Engineering Forum exhibition.

“The EEF did an excellent job covering technical content and allowing a robust discussion among participants”

Head of Innovation, Western Power (past attendee)