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Cleantech Conversations

A free webinar series by NCTCE

Join our free online events - Cleantech Conversations by NCTCE
With so much innovation and ‘pivoting’ happening in the cleantech industry as a result of these unprecedented times, we could not wait until 2021 to share these great stories with our NCTCE community.  We are excited to announce our series of virtual live events commencing from 28th May.

There is no doubt that despite the devastation wrought by the coronavirus, a post-COVID world offers a huge opportunity for the cleantech industry.  As the world collectively realises that we can’t return to ‘normal’, many are seeing this as a magic moment in time to re-shape economies, societies and improve the way we work and live. New technology, sustainability and collaboration will most certainly be part of this new landscape. Best of all, it looks like our political leaders are finally listening to scientists!

We have curated a program of live, interactive virtual events, tapping into our speaker alumni, industry innovators and thought leaders.  Some sessions will ponder the ‘big questions’ whilst others will drill down on innovations and case studies from each of the various cleantech sectors. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, network (virtually), learn and be inspired.

(...all from the comfort of your own WFH desk)

Digital Masterclasses by NCTCE
Live, interactive ‘how to’ sessions brought to you by industry experts. These exclusive in depth workshops will give you practical skills, knowledge and takeaways you can implement in your business right now.  Make valuable business connections through our live online networking sessions and receive exclusive bonus resources and discounts for all Digital Masterclass participants.

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Sessions packed with information - each webinar will run for 30 - 60 minutes so you can participate over lunch.  If something comes up and you can’t make it, there’ll be a link sent to everyone who registered afterwards where you can watch in your own time.

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22 October 2020
QLD time: 12.30 - 1.30pm
AEDT: 1.30 - 2.30pm

How councils and companies can accelerate access to renewable energy for households and businesses

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Businesses and councils are under increasing pressure from investors, staff, customers and communities to achieve net zero carbon emissions as soon as possible. To support this goal, larger organisations now sign Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) to source energy directly from renewable sources, but PPAs are only accessible to the very biggest consumers. This webinar will discuss how companies and councils can help their staff, customers, households and smaller businesses access clean energy directly from solar and wind farms, helping them achieve net zero faster, whilst also saving money.

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17 September 2020
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Hydrogen Unpacked: Learnings on the adoption of hydrogen in Australia and globally.

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Hydrogen is often heralded as the solution to achieving renewable energy targets, along with the ability to provide Australia with a lucrative export industry. Momentum is slowly building as this fledgling industry grapples with issues of production, investment, scalability and policy direction. This interactive session brings together a cross-section of industry thought leaders who will discuss the current hydrogen landscape in Australia and globally, including learnings from projects already established. Opening with a case study of the Sir Samuel Griffith Centre, Australia’s first zero-emission teaching and research building powered entirely by solar-hydrogen energy, the panel will explore the critical factors that will ensure hydrogen technology is adopted at scale, the supply chain gaps and what collaboration and integration is required.

To view the recording, CLICK HERE

Registrations are now closed. To view the recording, please click here.
13 August 2020
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Funding Cleantech Start-ups – Start-up, Accelerator and Venture Capital perspectives

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Clean energy startups can find it tough to raise capital. They often involve commercialising innovative technology, with complex R&D, hardware as well as software, prototypes and pilot projects commonplace. All these aspects take time and relatively deep pockets before the technology starts to generate meaningful revenue. There’s great potential for financial rewards, but investors need to be motivated by more than monetary gain alone. They need to share the vision and the passion that founders in the sector have – to use technology to benefit society and the environment.

To view the recording, CLICK HERE

To view Q & A's from this webinar, please CLICK HERE

Registrations are now closed. To view the recording, please click here.
30 July 2020
4.00pm - 6.00pm
Australian Eastern Standard Time
7.00am - 9.00am
British Summer Time
8.00am - 10.00am
Central European Summer Time
NCTCE Digital Masterclass: How to amplify organisation performance and sustainability simultaneously

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Organisations are struggling to keep up in the fast-paced ever changing world we live in. We are concerned about the environment but this often gets overruled by day to day business pressures and concerns. The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the importance of sustainable business practices not only for meeting emission reduction and efficiency targets but also to build business resilience to protect against future disruption and meet consumer demand.

What’s good for the planet is good for business

In this Masterclass, presenters Brad Jeavons and Keivan Zokaei will introduce proven techniques that can be used within a division or organisation as a whole to achieve simultaneous organisation and environmental improvement by every team member. The approach draws on best practices implemented by SA Partners within organisations such as Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Unilever, Priestly’s Gourmet Delights and others.


The approach is known as Learn or Agile and Green. It provides for a new way of thinking to boost improvement efforts and create a positively charged work environment – whilst contributing to the long-term well-being of the environment. In a nutshell, it’s doing a lot more with a lot less!

SOLD OUT, next Masterclass coming soon

Cost $95 inlcuding GST

SOLD OUT, next Masterclass coming soon
16 July 2020
5.00pm - 6.00pm
Making cleantech’s voice heard - Why clustering is more important than ever

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Innovation clusters, along with the industry cohesiveness and transformation they instigate, will have an even bigger role in the disrupted economy that is coming. The recent pandemic, drought and bushfire crises have crystallized for Australian cleantech the importance of building a platform to ensure a united and effective voice. One that not only helps to forward the industry, but also educates on the unprecedented opportunity for climate mitigation solutions to play a part in the economic recovery. What does the Australian cleantech industry need to do to create this voice? Hear from European Cluster Manager of the Year and Cleantech Entrepreneurship Expert, Bianca Dragomir (Spain) and Nigel Murphy, Director of Earth Systems and Chair of the Victorian Cleantech Cluster as they share their clustering experience and discuss why post COVID-19, clustering is more important than ever.

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Registrations are now closed. To view the recording, please click here
2 July 2020
12.30pm - 1.30pm
Raising capital and securing investment for cleantech innovation in today's market

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What are the expectations of private equity, capital markets and governments for investment in cleantech in 2020 and what are the best options for your innovation? Join Providence Asset Group’s Matthew Muller and a panel of industry leaders as they navigates the investment landscape, the opportunities in public-private funding and the core tenants of good investment.

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To view Q & A's from this webinar, please CLICK HERE

Registrations are now closed. To view the recording, please click here

18 June 2020
12.30pm - 1.30pm
How are our cleantech innovators preparing for the post-COVID19 world?

A post-pandemic world offers both immense opportunity and challenge for our cleantech innovators and producers. Whilst it has served to shine the light on the next crisis and the role cleantech can play, crucial investment and research funding is now being channelled into more immediate and short term recovery projects, or has dried up altogether. Hear from Australian cleantech innovators on how they are powering through the crisis and preparing for the ‘next normal’.

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Registrations are now closed. To view the recording, please click here
4 June 2020
12.30pm - 1.30pm
Building back better - what does COVID19 mean for cleantech?

The current COVID-19 health crisis has been identified as an unprecedented opportunity to align the immediate Australian pandemic response with the imperatives of sustainability. This includes the opportunity to develop a new industrial policy mix, stimulate innovation and most importantly investment in sustainable technologies. What are the opportunities for the Australian Cleantech industry and, more importantly, how can they ensure the voice of the industry is heard?

To view the recording, please CLICK HERE

To view the Planet Ark Power Recovery Roadmap submission to the Queensland Premier, please CLICK HERE

Registrations are now closed. To view the recording, please click here
28 May 2020
12.30pm - 1.30pm
How are local government sustainability leaders preparing for the 'next normal'?

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The COVID19 pandemic, along with the summer bushfires and floods, has highlighted that healthy and resilient cities, communities and societies are more important than ever. As attention turns to the post-pandemic phase, what role will SDG projects play in local government recovery plans?

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Registrations are now closed. To view the recording, please click here