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Day one of CEP’s Conference

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Day one of CEP’s Conference

Our CEP conference opened with a Mihi Whakatau from Dave Brennan and welcome from Mayor Philip Mauger, Mayor of Christchurch, followed by the first keynote speaker Brian Motherway, Head of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Inclusive Transitions with International Energy Agency (IEA).

There was compelling range of presentations throughout the day including the Infrastructure Panel with panellists Tim Sparks (Director, Network Pricing at Electrical Authority), Nigel Barbour (Group Chief Executive Officer at Orion NZ Ltd), Andrew Green (Associate Director Data Centre Business at Datacom) and Michael Jefferson (Director, Head of Development – Australia and New Zealand at Enel X).

Day two looks to be another engaging day for conference delegates

Check out what’s coming up on day two – CEP Confernece 2024 Programme.

Published 29 May 2024

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