Join the NCTCE 2021 Speaker Program
The 2021 Call for Speakers has now closed.
For program enquiries please contact email@example.com or call 1300 878 815.
Attracting 250+ delegates and 40+ exhibitors from across Australia, this conference will bring together corporate, government, innovation and investment sectors across all of the Cleantech sub-sectors and related industries.
- Corporate executives
- Start-up, growth and advanced Cleantech companies (Owner/Business Developer)
- Government and non-government agencies
- Large infrastructure project management
- Developers, architects, consultants, engineers
- Energy managers, procurement managers, sustainability professionals, project managers and policy and planning managers
- Local and state government economic development and infrastructure managers
Keynote presentation: 20 - 30 minute presentation including Q&A
These sessions typically address the big issues facing the cleantech industry or tell the story of a new innovation, breakthrough research, creative partnership or cleantech implementation success story. If you have a case study which demonstrates outcomes, this is the place to showcase your journey.
Panel discussion: 30 - 45 minute session including Q&A
These are facilitated sessions that bring together a number of different perspectives around a particular topic. We are looking for lively discussion, diversity of opinion and robust conversation that engages the audience. These sessions should have no more than four panelists and do not require slides or presentations.
Knowledge Hub presentation: 10 minute session including Q&A
These ‘quick-fire’ sessions are similar to a poster presentation and will take place on the exhibition floor during the catering breaks. They will focus on the latest cleantech related innovations and research. These sessions are informal and designed to be a conversation starter. Slides should be image heavy and limited to a maximum of five slides.
NCTCE Master Class: 60 - 90 minute interactive workshop
Deep dive, ‘how to’ sessions which offer practical tools and takeaways for the audience. We will only be offering one or two of these sessions in the program so they should demonstrate a hands-on approach to learning a skill or skills that delegates can implement in their business or organisation.
Call for speakers open:
Call for speakers close:
Notification to speakers:
Speaker's acceptances / registration deadline:
15 March 2021
26 April 2021
7 May 2021
14 May 2021
20 May 2021
1-2 November 2021