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Understanding the future energy environment through modelling

8 May 2019 |

New Zealand and the rest of the world is facing rapidly changing energy needs and an uncertain future. There are energy-related headlines hitting the media every day. We need to think about navigating towards our desired future by taking the helm and making smart choices today. The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) was delighted to host Dr. Tom Kober, Group Leader of Energy Economics at the Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI) in Switzerland, who was sharing his thoughts on the value of modeling and scenarios for business and government with us.

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Future of Transport

4 Mar 2019 | Wellington

How can we use disruption to reinvent transport — and deliver better outcomes?

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BEC’s Breakfast with the Minister of Energy and Resources, Hon Dr Megan Woods

19 Feb 2019 |

The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) was delighted to host its annual breakfast with the Minister for Energy and Resources, Minister of Research, Science and Innovation, Hon Dr Megan Woods.

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YEPN Event

18 Dec 2018 | Wellington

Join our last Young Professional Energy Network event for the year! Join us for a FREE event, with beer and pizza of course, and hear some of the highlights from the 2018 Asia-Pacific Energy Leaders’ Summit and the 2018 APEX conference.

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APEL Summit 2018

31 Oct - 1 Nov | Wellington

3D Vision - New Energy Perspectivesis the essential conference for business and policy leaders and energy and technology professionals. Featuring outstanding leaders from business, energy and technology from around the globe, the 2018 Asia Pacific Energy Leaders’ Summit3D Vision - New Energy Perspectives will help decision-makers navigate disruptive forces bringing profound change

Venue: Te Papa

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Welcome to the Store-age

25 Sep 2018 | Wellington

Welcome to the store-age: how energy storage is revolutionising electricity in the UK, New Zealand and across the Pacific Come and hear Dr Andrew Crossland, the Energy Storage and Microgrid Engineer for Infratec, speak on what battery storage and solar power can mean for businesses.

Venue: BusinessNZ — JacksonStone House, Level 6 3-11 Hunter Street Wellington, Wellington 6011

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Power-to-X: the role of molecules in the next generation of energy

3 Aug 2018 | Wellington

Come and hear Andrew Clennett, the Founder and CEO of Hiringa Energy, New Zealand's new kind of energy company developing hydrogen supply infrastructure, speaking about the journey to zero emissions.

Venue: BusinessNZ
3-11 Hunter Street
Wellington, Wellington 6011

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The Big Issues for Energy

19 Apr 2018 | Wellington

What are the big issues keeping our energy leaders awake at night and busy by day? Come and hear Asa Cox from Intela AI, James Muir from Callaghan Innovation and Tina Schirr from BusinessNZ Energy Council speaking on the burning energy issues in New Zealand. The 2018 World Energy Council’s Issue Maps show how decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation are now defining trends.

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Breaking Boundaries - The Changing role of Technology

21 Feb 2018 | Wellington

A former Goldman Sachs investment banker, Howell founded his own investment firm - Howell Capital - to make investments in early- to late-stage innovation technologies and consumer-facing companies. He discussed the changing pace of technology in a presentation at the BusinessNZ Energy Council last week.

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Balanced Energy Policy in an Era of Innovation

14 Dec 2017 | Wellington

The ‘3Ds’ – the global energy sector is being transformed by three trends that are impacting demand and supply at an unprecedented pace: decarbonisation, digitisation and decentralisation. The energy system is in transition. New technologies and systems are set to revolutionise the way we produce and consume energy. These new technologies will lead to unprecedented levels of efficiency and require new ways of thinking. What are the key elements to achieve this transformation? What new skills are required across the energy sector to support the change?

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