Partners

  • South Pole
    Bronze sponsor
    South Pole

    South Pole has worked with businesses and governments across the globe since 2005. We help realise deep decarbonisation pathways across industries, based on a thorough understanding of climate risks and opportunities in specific sectors, as well as the highest emission reduction standards. We work with clients to assess climate risks and opportunities, measure and reduce their environmental impact, and source renewable energy and carbon offsets. We are also a leading carbon project developer, providing nearly 1,000 projects in over 50 countries with climate finance to reduce over a gigaton of CO2 emissions. We have a team of over 900 climate experts globally, including a growing team based in our Sydney and Melbourne offices.

  • Ampcontrol
    Bronze sponsor
    Ampcontrol

    With over 50 years of award-winning innovation, products, and services, Ampcontrol delivers integrated engineered solutions that drive advancements in complex electrical infrastructure for the energy, infrastructure, and resource industries.

    Responding to customer challenges with agility and ingenuity, our multi-disciplined expert teams develop technology solutions that enable a competitive advantage in a net-zero carbon environment.

    Collaborating with industry and research partners, Ampcontrol continues to innovate and further explore adopting and commercialising clean energy technologies. These include battery electric vehicles for underground hazardous environments, electrification and charging solutions for haul trucks, stand-alone power systems for remote areas, off-grid containerized water treatment plants, and the world's first hydrogen energy storage system for residential, commercial, and industrial applications.

    https://ampcontrolgroup.com/

  • Simble
    Exhibitor
    Simble

    Simble (ASX:SIS) is a global software company with a suite of carbon, sustainability and energy intelligence platforms that enable businesses to be data-driven in defining and delivering their carbon and energy strategies, including Net Zero.

    CarbonView carbon and sustainability reporting platform guides you on your journey to Net Zero as part of your overall ESG reporting obligations, helping you to measure, baseline and reduce your carbon emissions. SimbleSense energy intelligence platform empowers users to visualise and control energy consumption and costs, ultimately reducing their carbon emissions.

    Proudly Australian and listed on the ASX, we have offices in Australia, Vietnam and in the UK.

  • Energy Insights
    Supporting Partner
    Energy Insights

    As the energy market transitions, Energy Insights is here to guide you through. 

    Written for energy industry professionals, Energy Insights looks beyond the hype and provides you with the content you need to understand the market dynamics and technological changes that are shaping the energy sector.

    Visit the blog here to view content and sign up for our monthly newsletter.

  • Renewable Energy Hub
    Supporting Partner
    Renewable Energy Hub

    Renewable Energy Hub is a leading carbon & energy market advisory and technology provider.

    Their mission is to drive the transition to a low carbon future through innovative software and transaction solutions.

    Consolidating 20 years of global energy and environmental market experience, the Renewable Energy Hub team combines expert knowledge of the wholesale and retail carbon and clean energy markets. Their digital platform CORE Markets provides a full suite of data, analysis tools and wholesale price information to enable all market participants to participate in carbon and clean energy markets. You can find out more about the platform here.

  • Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP)
    Supporting Partner
    Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP)

    The Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP) is an independent, not-for-profit coalition of research, business and government leaders helping Australian businesses pursue a cleaner and more successful future by producing more with less energy.

    We explore the world’s best practice for policy and technologies, connect our stakeholders and members via case studies, webinars and events and advocate for programs and policies to help end users to achieve energy productivity growth, business success, jobs growth, circular economy solutions and an orderly transition to a zero-emissions future.

    We believe a focus on energy productivity from business and government will deliver jobs growth, economic benefits, greater energy independence and reliability and increased global competitiveness.

    Established in 2010, our work ranges across research, demonstration, communication and advocacy. Our innovation program is already accelerating the uptake of existing and emerging technologies which have benefits for consumers, energy systems and the economy.

  • Manufacturing Australia
    Supporting Partner
    Manufacturing Australia

    Manufacturing Australia (MA) is a CEO-led coalition of Australia's largest manufacturers who work with all sides of government, business and community to help the sector realise its full potential.

    MA’s policy priorities include:

    1. Encouraging better regulations that help keep Australian manufacturing safe, productive and high quality, without placing unnecessary burden on businesses and raising the cost of doing business in Australia;
    2. Increasing productivity through innovation, research and development, modern and flexible workplaces and direct engagement between employees and employers;
    3. Ensuring free trade is also fair trade by maintaining a strong anti-dumping system; and,
    4. Maintaining Australia’s competitive advantage of diverse and affordable energy resources.
  • Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A)
    Supporting Partner
    Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A)

    The Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) provides independent guidance and support to companies seeking to decarbonise Australian business operations through renewable energy procurement, especially via Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).  A not-for-profit member-based initiative, BRC-A provides an online marketplace platform, resources and training and industry networking support to 220+ member companies. BRC-A was established as a joint collaboration between Climate-KIC Australia and the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology and WWF-Australia, with support from ARENA and the NSW, Victorian and Queensland Governments.

  • Australian Aluminium Council
    Supporting Partner
    Australian Aluminium Council

    The Australian Aluminium Council is the peak industry association representing the Australian aluminium industry. The Council’s members are the companies operating in each of the following sectors:

    • Bauxite mining, including during the exploration phase
    • Alumina refining
    • Aluminium metal production
    • Semi-fabricated aluminium production and distribution
    • Production of High Purity Alumina (HPA)Other parties with genuine interest in the industry

    The Council aims to:

    • Increase understanding of the aluminium industry in Australia and internationally
    • Encourage the growth of the aluminium industry in Australia and in the use of aluminium in Australia and overseas
    • Act as a focal point for the industry on key national issues such as climate change, energy, trade, health and the environment
    • Inform and assist all those with an interest or involvement with the industry

    The Council, through its technical group, develops and maintains material specifications, standards and other technical data for those users both within and outside the industry.

  • Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative (ETI)
    Supporting Partner
    Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative (ETI)

    The Australian Industry Energy Transition Initiative supports Australian industry to develop pathways and take action towards net zero emissions across critical supply chains of the Australian economy.

    Supply chains:

    • Steel
    • Aluminium
    • Liquified natural gas
    • Selected metals (such as copper, nickel, lithium)
    • Chemicals (especially fertilisers & explosives)

    These ‘hard-to-abate’ sectors form part of a broader energy system that must be rapidly transformed if planetary warming is to remain below 1.5°C or even 2°C in line with the Paris Agreement.

    As momentum builds to decarbonise global energy systems, there are emerging opportunities for Australian industry that will be explored through the initiative. In addition to considering opportunities across the Australian economy, the initiative will have a regional orientation to Western Australia.

  • Australian Industry Group (Ai Group)
    Supporting Partner
    Australian Industry Group (Ai Group)

    The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group®) is a peak national employer organisation representing traditional, innovative and emerging industry sectors. We have been acting on behalf of businesses across Australia for nearly 150 years.  Ai Group is genuinely representative of Australian industry. Together with partner organisations we represent the interests of more than 60,000 businesses employing more than 1 million staff. Our members are small and large businesses in sectors including manufacturing, construction, engineering, transport & logistics, labour hire, mining services, the defence industry, civil airlines and ICT.

    Our purpose is to create a better Australia by empowering industry success. We offer our membership strong advocacy and an effective voice at all levels of government underpinned by our respected position of policy leadership and political non-partisanship.  With more than 250 staff and networks of relationships that extend beyond borders (domestic and international) we have the resources and the expertise to meet the changing needs of our membership. We provide the practical information, advice and assistance you need to run your business. Our deep experience of industrial relations and workplace law positions Ai Group as Australia’s leading industrial advocate.

    We listen and we support our members in facing their challenges by remaining at the cutting edge of policy debate and legislative change. We provide solution-driven advice to address business opportunities and risks.