Monday, September 5, 2011

Eco-ceptional first day at EcoGen 2011

Eco-ceptional first day at EcoGen 2011

Clean energy industry leaders from Australia and around the world continue to gather on Day 2 of EcoGen 2011, where the exciting speaker line up is generating fresh ideas and debate.

This follows an engaging Day 1 of EcoGen 2011, where presenter Dan Kammen, Chief Technical Specialist for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency at The World Bank, said “Partnerships with the least carbon-intensive fossil fuels, in addition to partnerships with industrialising nations like India and China, will build jobs and build the clean energy industry here in Australia.”

Queensland Energy and Water Utilities Minister Stephen Robertson rave a rousing welcome to the Conference, telling delegates “The Queensland Government will avoid the path of other states to collapse feed-in-tarrif systems. It is popular in Queensland, and we will continue to review the system to ensure it is long-term and sustainable.”

Green Energy Trading Director Ric Brazzale, Grattan Institute Research Fellow in Energy Tristan Edis and Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Seb Henbest gave a detailed policy and market update.

Experts such as Vestas Wind Systems Director of Policy and Government Relations Ken McAlpine, BP Solar Project Develop Manger – Large Commercial Projects Douglas Smith and Bioenergy Australia Manger Stephen Schuck offered in-depth insight into key trends and investment strategies for renewable.

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