• PwC Australia
    Silver Sponsor
    PwC Australia

    At PwC Australia, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. We care about our people, our clients, the community and industries in which we operate, and we want to be a part of creating a sustainable future for the generations to come.

    We are a part of the 20,520 PwC professionals working across energy, utilities and resources globally.

    Our deep experience spans the entire energy sector from production, generation, transmission, distribution, retail and behind the meter, and we work closely with governments, regulating bodies and industry associations.

  • Synergen Met
    Silver Partner
    Synergen Met

    Synergen Met, founded in 2007, is a Brisbane based green and clean industrial technology company. Synergen's focus is in the application of high temperature plasma to produce clean hydrogen via methane pyrolysis; and the concentration and destruction of the "forever" chemical PFAS.

  • Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
    Event Partner
    Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources

    The Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources drives economic growth and job creation for all Australians.

    Clean hydrogen is at the heart of Australia's plan to reach net zero by 2050. It is one of six priority low emissions technologies under our Technology Investment Roadmap that is critical to our technology-led approach to reducing emissions while creating jobs and achieving economic growth.

    Australia's National Hydrogen Strategy sets a vision for a clean, innovative, safe and competitive hydrogen industry that benefits all Australians. It aims to position our industry as a major global player by 2030.

  • Argus Media
    Knowledge partner
    Argus Media

    Argus is an independent media organisation with more than 1,100 staff. It is headquartered in London and has 26 offices in the world’s principal commodity trading and production centres. Argus produces price assessments and analysis of international energy and other commodity markets and offers bespoke consulting services and industry-leading conferences.

    Companies in 140 countries around the world use Argus data to index physical trade and as benchmarks in financial derivative markets as well as for analysis and planning purposes.

  • Energy News Bulletin
    Media partner
    Energy News Bulletin is Asia-Pacific's most comprehensive source of daily energy news, providing unparalleled insight into the energy value chain sector through breaking news, expert commentary and researched features.

    This leading news service has built an enviable reputation for its coverage relating to the operations, supply, investment and development of energy assets across both the oil & gas and more recently the emerging renewables sector.

    Subscribing to will ensure your business has access to the information it needs to stay one step ahead and to be able to make better decisions.

  • Transmission & Distribution
    Media partner
    Transmission & Distribution

    The use and application of products and services across the Medium Voltage to Very High Voltage Electricity Supply Industry of Australia and New Zealand.
    T&D’s readership would not be restricted but would include and prioritise the decision makers. They are the ‘Man on the Floor’ and ‘In the Field’ who are using product, service and equipment each working day. From an advertiser’s point of view, these are the people who source or request the procurement of product. T&D Readers are:

    • Electrical Engineers
    • Electrical Engineering Consultants
    • Field Personnel
    • Technicians
    • Electrical Contractors
    • Procurement Officers
    • CEOs and Management

    T&D’s main readers are the engineering staff in all Utilities throughout Australia and New Zealand to include…
    Power / Gas / Water / Alternative Energy
    Electrical Engineering staff in Heavy industries to include…

    • Rail
    • Mining
    • Industrial to include aluminium smelters, steel works, factories, switchboard manufacturers, sugar mills

    Electrical Engineering staff in Light Industry to include…

    • Hospitals
    • Telecommunications
  • Innovate Australia
    Supporting partner
    Innovate Australia

    Innovate Australia was established in 2014 to encourage, assist and proactively promote Australian innovation. The organisation works with industry to bring about and encourage innovation, to showcase innovation, and to develop innovative programs and innovation networks. Innovate Australia is a not for profit, independent organisation, fostering collaboration between industry, academia and government. Innovate Australia runs a wide range of free public events and develops innovative programs of social value as utilising Artificial Intelligence in preventing personal crisis and suicides, allowing deserving young people free access to conferences, promoting STEM for young women, improving bushfire information, etc.

  • Hydrogen Society of Australia
    Supporting partner
    Hydrogen Society of Australia

    The Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA) was launched in January 2018 by Innovate Australia with the collaboration of representatives from Woodside and Siemens. HSA aims to promote the significance of hydrogen as a clean fuel and energy storage solution, foster collaboration between hydrogen industry stakeholders and community groups, and organise a wide range of hydrogen-related events and demonstration projects.

    HSA is currently working on implementing $500m vision of Zero Emission Highway project for heavy transport consisting of 80 hydrogen refuelling/EV charging facilities across the entire state of Western Australia, over the next 8 years. To join HSA please visit

  • ISCA
    Supporting partner

    The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) is a member-based, not-for-profit peak body operating in Australia and New Zealand with the purpose of enabling sustainability outcomes in infrastructure.  We do this in the following ways;

    • With an Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) rating scheme for planning, design, construction and operations of infrastructure assets
    • Education, training and capacity building
    • Connecting suppliers of sustainable products and services with projects through ISupply
    • Bringing together experts to share knowledge and lift the community of practice
    • Recognition and rewarding best practice

    ISCA’s greatest strength is our community of engaged stakeholders – we have a great deal of expertise within our network of members. We position ourselves as a network for collaboration, discussion and education. Our regular events, conferences and seminars facilitate knowledge sharing, and enable experts to get together in a focused environment.

    Find out more at:

  • Australia - Korea Business Council
    Supporting partner
    Australia - Korea Business Council

    AKBC is the leading national body committed to strengthening the Australia-Korea economic relationship.

    Who we are

    The AKBC was established in 1978 to promote two-way trade and investment with Korea through economic cooperation, dialogue and cultural understanding. Our purpose is to strengthen ties between Australian-Korean business communities by:

    • Supporting Australian organisations seeking access to the Korean market
    • Running cultural training programs for Australian business executives
    • Building and connecting Australian-Korean partnerships
    • Leveraging AKBC’s expansive network of senior executives, industry and government leaders
    • Advocating for policy that advances trade relations
    • Exchanging business intelligence on trade investment and commercial developments.

    Find out more at