What will the electricity industry look like in 2050? How will the 4th Industrial Revolution reshape our future?
Changes in engineering, new technology and market innovation are reshaping the global energy sector. New Zealand's focus is clearly on delivering a low carbon economy, smart energy and enabling emerging technologies.
To deliver a better life for New Zealanders, engineers can shape and deliver our 'green growth' future through being innovators, influencers and change makers. Innovation, technology, a customer centric focus, distributed generation, transport energy, big data, asset management and regulatory models are about 'engineering' - and that is a key to enabling our energy future.
The 2019 EEA Conference is New Zealand's largest technical power industry event. It brings together national and international thought leaders, innovators, engineering practitioners, regulators and leading technology companies.
The Trade Exhibition is the showcase for technology companies and their products and they came from around the world to take part as exhibitors, speakers and attendees. It was a great opportunity for them to profile the latest services and products and for you to engage with them and learn about the benefits and opportunities from new products/services.
The EEA event, in the heart of Auckland, delivered thought provoking keynote presentations, interactive panel discussions and technical papers on subject areas that we believe are most relevant to people working our industry.
Due to the unprecedented circumstances around COVID-19 the EEA had to unfortunately cancel our 2020 Conference. If you are interested in exhibiting at our 2021 Conference being held in Wellington over the dates 29 June to 1 July, please send your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org. We anticipate opening registrations for stand bookings by mid November 2020.
The EEA2019 Conference presentation programme is available. Please click here for further details.
For access to the full papers presented at the 2019 EEA Conference please select the link below. You will also find information on the Exhibition Stands and keynotes at this years event. Please note this requires a specific log-in which was supplied to registered delegates separately by email on 13 June 2019. If you are unable to locate the log-in details, please contact the EEA on either 04 473 8600 or email@example.com. The full papers are only available to delegates and exhibitors who attended the 2019 Conference.
The photos from EEA2019 are available. Please click here to view the various galleries. High Resolution copies can be requested.
The EEA2021 Conference is an excellent opportunity to raise your brand awareness with the Delegates and Exhibitors. Sponsorship packages of variable amounts will be available. If you are interested in sponsoring in 2021 please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we can let you know when these are available.
Thank you to all the sponsors who supported our EEA2019 Conference.
Dr. David Prentice, Chair, Interim Climate Change Committee - Update from Interim Climate Change Committee
Dr. Damir Novosel, IEEE (PES) - Issues and Solutions for Evolving Energy Industry
Vic Crone, Chief Executive, Callaghan Innovation - Innovation: Survive or Thrive?
Peter Brown, General Manager, PSC New Zealand - The future is already here!
Dr. Ruomei Li, Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering, China/CIGRE - The Role of Human Nature in the Energy Revolution
Dr. Stuart Johnston, Energy Network Australia/IET - Developing a distribution operating system that enables the future - a pathway forward