Saturday, 15 June 2019, 09:00 – 18:00 (JST)
Scheduled for August 2019
As well as the presentation of audited accounts, the AGM will involve elections of up to five Director positions as required by the constitution, which includes the rotation of incumbent Directors and the replacement of appointed positions with elected Directors.
Due notice of the AGM and a call for nominations will be provided to Members in due course.
World Energy Congress
Under the theme Energy for Prosperity, the programme of the 24th World Energy Congress leads delegates through the most live and critical issues facing the energy industry.
The format of the four-day programme features opening, closing and panel sessions designed to ensure that there is a narrative to the event based on sharing best practice and identifying solutions for the key issues facing the sector.
You will find the agenda and relevant information by following this link.
Our main goal is to bring relevant people from the industry together. Therefor we are proud to present for the 4th time a low-cost conference that doesn’t compromise on quality, offering some of the best professionals within their field. Register to increase your knowledge and take part in a great networking event!
We hope to see many of you there. See short film from last year’s conference (170 participants from 15 nations) here.
The conference is arranged by Ocean Hyway Cluster, GCE Ocean Technology and Flora Municipality.
Workshop - Developing the Association’s Forward Programme of Work
Wednesday 22nd May 2019, Contact Energy Offices, Wellington.
The objective of the workshop is for Members to contribute to the Association’s forward programme of work, to provide a networking opportunity and to present information on the latest national and international hydrogen developments.
We are designing a stimulating programme, which includes both national and international speakers. The Agenda will be circulated to members once confirmed.
Shaping our pathway to a low emissions future
The Just Transition National Summit, to be held in Taranaki in May 2019, is a chance to have your say in defining what a just transition to a low emissions future looks like in New Zealand, and what steps we need to take towards a new kind of economy with good, high paying jobs.
It’s also a chance to hear from and engage with local and international speakers and experts in the field, including those who are already taking their own great strides towards a low emissions future. We all have a role to play – government , business, workers, Māori and the wider community – so come along and take part in this exciting Summit.
The Conference Programme has been designed to reflect the step change over the past year with the key shift being to focus on how we transition to a low-emissions economy with renewables.
Key areas for discussion include addressing the scale of new wind development required to support net zero, how to get traction with community and smaller scale wind projects and how wind integrates with other technologies.