THE 2020 CONFERENCE PROGRAM WILL BE LAUNCHED 27 FEBRUARY 2020
Exploring the theme of Cleantech: Fast tracking sustainable growth, the program will discuss cleantech as an instigator of innovation, economic development, creative collaborations and inclusive prosperity. This event is about the business of cleantech!
With over 40 speakers, two streams, exclusive workshops and an industry breakfast we will be exploring the real value of clean technology beyond the environmental benefits by identifying not only financial impact of implementation, but also the health lifestyle, community and social impacts. Book early and take advantage of the first release ticket pricing (limited tickets available at this price).
CLEANTECH: FAST-TRACKING SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
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The National Cleantech Conference & Exhibition will provide a national platform for collaboration, learning, networking and doing business between innovators, investors, producers and commercial end-users of clean technology. The program and exhibition covers all sectors including:
- Built environment
OUR 2020 SPEAKERS INCLUDE
Exhibition Sales Open
If you have a product or a service that is ready to be showcased to a national audience of decision-makers looking to fast-tract their sustainable developments then we want to hear from you!
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NCTCE 2020 LAUNCH
The National Cleantech Conference & Exhibition launched its 2020 event at The Cube, QUT, inviting the Cleantech industry across Australia to submit their ideas for inclusion in the program.
The launch event was attended by about 50 industry stakeholders who hear from a number of speakers including Nicolle Kelly, Acting Deputy Director-General at the Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development, Dr. Tim MacTaggart, Chief Deployment Officer, Redflow Sustainable Energy Storage, and Leanne Kemp, QLD Chief Entrepreneur also provided a video message to attendees.