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Supporting the growth of women in the ‘green’ economy in Australia is an important goal of NCTCE and we are taking an active role by launching the ‘Women In Cleantech’ group at the event in Brisbane.
NCTCE attendees have always included trail-blazers and enthusiastic visionaries with many of them being women. The role women play within this multi-sector industry deserves to be recognised, celebrated and supported.
The goal of the Women in Cleantech group is to create a community that encourages bringing together other women and the people that support them. Whether you want to share your wins, stories, seek advice or expand your network there is a place for you in the community.
We encourage all women and supporters of women to join the Women in Cleantech Australia LinkedIn Group for free to stay up today with the latest news and events.
Inaugural Women in Cleantech Networking Event
Hear from our panel of success stories and mingle with positive, influential people from across the sectors.
When: Sunday 27 March 2022
Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Where: Brisbane, venue to be announced. Stay tuned!
Dress: Smart casual
Tickets: $49 for conference attendees, purchase via NCTCE registration
Additional Tickets: $69 for non-conference attendees. Tickets can be bought separately for those who can’t attend the full conference or want to bring along a partner or colleague.
Women In Cleantech Networking Event MC
The inaugural event will be hosted by Dr Jessica Allen, Senior Lecturer/DECRA Fellow School of Engineering (Chemical) College of Engineering, Science & Environment, The University of Newcastle.
Dr Jessica Allen is reinventing the way we produce energy and materials. As an electrochemist and engineer, she applies her expertise to future-critical technologies including fuel cells and batteries.
Dr Allen has worked across several spheres, including industry, where she was a professional engineer in a technology start-up company. Her unique experiences have made her capable of envisioning commercial pathways for innovative new technologies. This, along with her ability to collaborate with industry and other research organisations, makes her a technology development powerhouse with crucial skills to allow sustainable decarbonisation of our world.
Dr Allen is a recognised expert in the production and use of hydrogen, including green hydrogen generated using renewable energy sources. Her fundamental PhD work in this area has been complemented by projects within her research group which generate both hydrogen and sustainable materials. Her academic work includes over 30 publications which have been cited over 400 times from institutes in 24 countries globally. She is also dedicated to providing the community with information about future energy technologies through national news interviews, regular radio appearances, technology explainers, podcasts and online news articles.