Conference 2024 news

It’s a block buster of a preliminary programme!

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It’s a block buster of a preliminary programme!

(as at 12 April 2024)

We have a thrilling line up of speakers and topics for this year’s conference in Christchurch.

Here is a quick glance at the range of presentations over the two days, 28th and 29th of May.

 

Renewable Energy

  • Scaling-Up Renewable Gas Production
  • Offshore Wind National Impacts Study
  • A Practical Example of How Energy Users and Producers Can Collaborate to Best Support Renewable Energy in New Zealand
  • Lessons From the Schools Coal Boiler Replacement Programme
  • Net Zero Emissions Gas Value Chain – A Credible Opportunity for The Industry
  • Transformation of Biomass Residues into Clean Energy and High-Value Products
  • Should We Burn the Trees?
  • Practical Challenges and Opportunities for Biomethane as A Substitute for Natural Gas

Embodied Carbon

  • A Net-Zero Carbon Concrete Industry
  • Workshop: Laying Foundations to Realise Sustainable Asset Management and Carbon Accounting Practices in New Zealand
  • Workshop: Lifecycle Carbon Assessment

Sustainable Technology

  • Unlock the Potential of Green Information Technology in New Zealand
  • The Role of Data Centres in Reducing Carbon Impact
  • Workshop: Tech-Powered Efficiency: Best Practices in IoT, Software, and Data for Energy and Emissions

Building Efficiency

  • Challenges of Retrofitting Heat Pumps for Commercial Building Heating
  • An Integrated Approach to Decarbonising Our Built Environment

Horticulture Sustainability

  • Decarbonising Covered Crop Vegetable Growers in New Zealand
  • Electrification Is the Win-Win for All New Zealanders

Industrial Decarbonisation

  • How to Build on the Step Change of 2023
  • Panel: Best Practice for Heat Pump Integration

Infrastructure

  • Finding a Way to Decarbonisation – Eradicating Fossil Fuel Derived Process Heat
  • A Circular Approach to Recycling in Aotearoa’s Energy Sector
  • Early Days Energy Transition Findings
  • Panel: Infrastructure

Regulations and Standards

  • Keynote – Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market
  • Climate-Related Transition Planning and GHG Assurance – What You Need to Know

Health

  • Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau’s Energy Transition Strategy

 

View the full preliminary programme with more details on the speakers and their presetnations.

 

Disclaimer: The organisers reserve the right to alter or delete items from the conference programmes.

Published 16 April 2024

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