Conferences

EEA: 2019

EEA2019: Engineering, Technology & Innovation was focused on the three key pillars of engineering, technology and innovation. The conference programme pulled together a series of excellent papers and presentations on issues/challenges for our industry - from a low carbon economy, transport and energy options, distributed and emerging technologies, 'big data/analytics', asset management and system automation.

For more information, please follow this link: EEA Conference 2019


EEA: 2018

EEA2018 : Engineering, Technology & Innovation bought the industry New Zealand's largest power industry conference and trade exhibition. Bringing together national and international experts on engineering, technology and innovation platforms that are reshaping our industry.

For more information, please follow this link: EEA Conference 2018

EEA: 2017

EEA2017 : Electricity challenges : Industry solutions recognises that the industry faces many challenges, from new technology and evolving customer expectations to commercial and regulatory pressures. The electricity industry is rising to these challenges with innovation, leadership and robust engineering solutions.

For more information, please follow this link: EEA Conference 2017

EEA: 2016

EEA2016 : Shaping the Future addresses the challenges faced by the electricity supply industry, best practice today and tomorrow, changing customer demand, and the technologies and innovations that we can use to shape our industry.

For more information, please follow this link: EEA Conference 2016

EEA: 2015

EEA2015 : Delivering Leadership: Technology, Safety & Quality captures the key challenges of the Electricity Supply Industry for today and into the future ensuring that through leadership and advancing technologies, we deliver secure electricity supply, innovate, make our industry safer and develop our future talent.

For more information, please follow this link: EEA Conference 2015

EEA: 2014

EEA2014 : Invest for Tomorrow - People, Process & Plant captures the key challenges of tomorrow - ensuring our current assets and aging plant continue to provide efficient, secure and safe power supply to our end users; identifying and implementing innovative ideas and technology, new processes, markets and process improvement which will make our industry safer, more efficient and responsive to customer needs; and developing new talent to meet future challenges in our industry.

For more information, please follow this link: EEA Conference 2014


If you are after older EEA Conference programmes, please forward your request to admin@eea.co.nz.

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