Accelerating the global transition to net zero

This session will provide an overview of ARENA’s current strategy, and share some of the ground-breaking renewable energy, electrification, and energy efficient technology that are being trialled, including thermal energy storage, demand flexibility, and green metals projects.

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Lessons learned, and project outcomes from ARENA’s project portfolio will also be shared.

About the speaker

Rachele Williams
General Manager – Project Delivery
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

Rachele Williams has over 20 years’ experience working in the electricity industry. Rachele has expert knowledge of the electricity sector developed as a power system engineer working across a range of portfolios in technical, commercial, policy and regulatory settings. Specialising in innovation and with extensive experience in emerging technologies, Rachele has worked on distributed energy and storage projects, and a variety of energy storage systems. Rachele has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Wollongong, and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from the University of Technology, Sydney.

Event Program

5.45pm – Registrations open (in-person)

6.15pm – Dinner commences (in-person)

7.30pm – Technical presentation commences (in-person & online)

8.30pm – Technical presentation concludes (in-person & online)

All timing(s) are listed in AEDT, Sydney time.

Further information

For those who wish to join us in-person, the presentation will be preceded by an optional dinner, at an additional cost ($35.00 incl. GST). For Engineers Australia members, students and invited guests, the dinner is the only cost, with the presentation being complimentary.

For our non-Engineers Australia members, the dinner cost is the same ($35.00 incl. GST), but the presentation will incur a separate charge ($30.00 incl. GST).

Who should attend

Anyone interested in the energy, power and sustainability space.

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