EMANZ Conference 2017

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2017 will be a fascinating year for the energy industry, worldwide as well as at home in New Zealand.

On the global scale, the Paris agreement will need to develop from being a well-intentioned, strategic proposal into practical actions at the national level and we all eagerly await the impact of a new president in the US and how that may impact energy policy and climate change initiatives. Nationally, we see a move towards electric vehicles and have a new strategy from EECA that will shape our carbon future.

EMANZ members can and will play a central role in how many of these initiatives will come to fruition and our industry and profession will continue to grow in size and importance in the business community. Our conference is the biggest annual gathering of practising energy specialists and an excellent opportunity to showcase energy products and services. This year, our conference theme is “Disruptive Innovation” and we shall be bringing the newest and freshest innovations in products and services to our delegates, making sure they are in the best position to lead New Zealand into a new era of energy efficiency and carbon management.

The conference is returning to the Mac’s Function Centre on Wellington’s waterfront over two days, 23 and 24 May 2017. Conference presentations will again take place in the upstairs Te Aro and Waterfront Rooms and the exhibition in the downstairs Cable Room.

For further details phone (04) 385 2839.

Key dates

  • January – Early Bird registrations open (best value!)
  • February – Key-note speakers announced
  • 18 March – Standard registrations open (Early Bird registrations close)
  • 17, 18 & 19 May – Measurement & Verification Training & CMVP Exam, Wellington
  • 23 & 24 May – EMANZ Conference, Wellington
  • 25 & 26 May – Advanced Measurement & Verification Workshop, Wellington

Conference Speakers and Topics

We have speakers joining us from Australia, Hong Kong and the US and are delighted to announce our keynote speaker is Andres Carvallo – a leading light in the development of Smart Grids.

Thank you to all those who submitted abstracts … click this link to see the speakers and topics we have lined up Speakers & Topics 2017, with more announcements to come.

Conference Programme

This promises to be a great professional development opportunity. Click here to view the fantastic line up of speakers Conference Programme.

Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities

As a sponsor or exhibitor at the 2017 EMANZ conference you will contact directly with key energy management decision makers, including commercial, industrial and public sector buyers.

Your reach will go beyond conference attendees as the exhibition will be open to the public free of charge and we expect large numbers of facilities managers and household focused energy professionals to take advantage of this even where they are not attending the full conference.

To take full advantage view the Sponsor & Exhibitor Opportunities pdf.

To apply for Sponsorship and/or Exhibition space register here.

For further details phone (04) 385 2839.

Conference Sponsors 2016

We thank our Sponsors for supporting this year’s Conference.

Platinum

Transpower logo

Gold

Westpac logo

Silver

Jade logo
DETA Consulting logo

Keynote Speakers Sponsor

EECA Business logo

Other Sponsors

EnerNOC logo
Pioneer Energy logo
Philips logo
Grundfos logo

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