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Creating Connections: Building Business
Building on the success and need for expansion of The Cleantech Effect 2017, The National Clean Technologies Conference & Exhibition will provide Australian cleantech innovators the opportunity to focus on ‘National’ issues, opportunities and latest developments by coming together to network, learn and do business.
With a world class program of international speakers, industry leaders and change makers, the conference and exhibition will encompass all clean technology growth areas including energy, waste, water, built environment and transport.
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The Sunshine Coast aims to be Australia’s most sustainable region – healthy, smart, creative. We already have one of the highest concentrations of clean technology businesses in the country and, as a council, are driving sustainability in our region and beyond. The Sunshine Coast is brimming with opportunity, which makes our region the perfect location for the National Clean Technologies Conference & Exhibition.
I invite people from across the cleantech industry – innovators, entrepreneurs, researchers, investors and industry-leading businesses – to visit our region and to experience the opportunities for themselves.
Mayor Mark Jamieson - Sunshine Coast Council
Australian Research Council Laureate Professor, Director | SMaRT Centre, UNSW Sydney
Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Professor Veena Sahajwalla is an internationally recognised materials scientist, engineer and inventor revolutionising recycling science. She is renowned for pioneering...
Head of Market Transformation | Green Building Council of Australia
As Head of Market Transformation, Jorge ensures that GBCA’s strategic priorities, partnerships, and product and services, including Green Star, accelerate the transformation of Australia’s built...
CONFERENCE MC - ARRON WOOD
As the 2007 Prime Minister’s Environmentalist of the Year Award winner Arron is passionate about the need for Australian businesses to be at the forefront of the new green economy to secure the nation as an environmental knowledge and technology leader.