Event Start:
26 Jun 2024 12:00 PM
Event End:
26 Jun 2024 02:00 PM
Location:
Melbourne, Australia
Event Summary:

IPFA Australia

What drives capital investment in renewable energy zones?


As the global demand for renewable energy continues to rise, understanding the dynamics that make a process and jurisdiction attractive to capital investment in renewable energy zones and other grid infrastructure has become increasingly important. This is particularly relevant due to growing competition for private capital investment at interstate and international levels.

Join our expert panellists to learn about the key factors driving capital investment in renewable energy, including insights into creating affordability and value for money, which are essential for achieving a successful and sustained energy transition. The session will be run in an interactive manner and will give future leaders the opportunity to ask questions and interact with industry experts and peers.

Speakers

Nicholas Adkins, Partner, Allens
Kian Niam Loke, Senior Investment Manager, Octopus Investments
Alistair Partker, CEO, VicGrid
Rachele Williams, Director, Plenary Group
Moderator: David Raftery, Country Director/Resilience Business Area Director, Arcadis Australia


Event Details

Registration and lunch: 12.00pm
Panel discussion begins: 12.30pm
Networking: 1:30pm

Format: In-person briefing, lunch, interactive panel discussion, followed by networking.

Address: GPT Space&Co Queen and Collins, 376-390 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC 300

 

This is an IPFA event organised by the Future Leaders Network for all members. We encourage all backgrounds, ethnicities, genders and levels of seniority to join. This event is free of charge for IPFA members and the public sector. If you have any queries regarding IPFA membership, please email 
membership@ipfa.org

 

 

Hosts

Organisation:
Arcadis

Fees

Name :
IPFA Member
Amount
0.00
Currency
Australian Dollar

Name :
Public Sector
Amount
0.00
Currency
Australian Dollar

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