The full registration package offers attendees entry to conference sessions, the exhibition, and the highly anticipated conference dinner, which will take place on Wednesday, November 15, 2023. Delegates will also enjoy included luncheons and afternoon teas throughout the event.
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|EESA Member||Early Bird||Standard|
|Full 2 Day Registration||$950|
|One Day Registration||$550|
|EA Member||Early Bird||Standard|
|Full 2 Day Registration||$1000|
|One Day Registration||$600|
|Non EESA Member||Early Bird||Standard|
|Full 2 Day Registration||$1050|
|One Day Registration||$650|
|Full 2 Day Registration||$650|
|One Day Registration||$400|
*To ensure eligibility, students are kindly requested to provide proof of full-time enrolment at a tertiary institution by attaching a current copy of their student ID during the registration process.
|Breakfast with Danielle Laidley||16th November 2023||$90|
|SITE TOUR 1||COST|
|REFCL Bushfire Prevention & Phillip Island Community Energy Storage System||$90|
|SITE TOUR 2||COST|
|Selectronic Australia & EVO Power & Deakin University Battery Research Hub||$90|
|Wednesday 15 November 2023|
|6pm - 9pm|
|Free with a 2 day registration|
$150 with a 1 day registration
Come and join us for a memorable evening at the EECON 2023 Conference Dinner, hosted at the Crown Promenade Hotel. Attendees will have the pleasure of indulging in a sit-down dinner complemented by a delightful drinks package and captivating entertainment.
The EECON 2023 Conference Dinner is included in the Full 2 Day Registration ticket. For those with One day Registrations, please note that the conference dinner is not initially included. However, you have the option to enhance your registration by adding the EECON 2023 conference dinner for an additional cost of $150 per person. Dont miss out on this fantastic opportunity to be a part of this special occasion!
With Danielle Laidley
|Thursday, 16 November 2023|
|7am - 8.30am|
Join us for a remarkable breakfast event with Danielle Laidley, an Australian sports icon who has transitioned from a successful AFL playing and coaching career to become a trailblazer in advocating for transgender issues and fostering diversity acceptance. Danielle will share her inspiring journey and insights, shedding light on the importance of embracing diversity in our community. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from a true Australian leader in this field.
About Danielle Laidley
Danielle Laidley (birth name Dean Laidley) played 151 games for West Coast Eagles and North Melbourne football clubs, winning an AFL premiership with the Kangaroos in 1996. She became one of the youngest senior coaches ever at 36, coaching North Melbourne for 149 games across seven seasons from 2003 to 2009.
Building on her experience in training and developing people, Danielle moved into a leadership and management role with the Department of Justice.
She was diagnosed with gender dysphoria and is now an advocate for transgender people, raising awareness in a quest for acceptance of diversity. Danielle lives in Melbourne with her partner, Donna Leckie.
In 2022 Danielle’s memoir ‘Don’t Look Away’ was released. It is available to purchase through Booktopia.
Site Tour 1 - REFCL Bushfire Prevention & Phillip Island Community Energy Storage System
|Tuesday, 14 Nov 2023|
|8.30am - 5pm|
About $1B has been invested by Victorian electricity distribution businesses to install Rapid Earth Fault Current Limiter (REFCL) technology to prevent powerline faults starting bushfires. This technology was developed in the wake of the devasting Black Saturday bushfires and has proven to prevent bushfires and save lives. Delegates will travel to AusNet Service’s Lang Lang zone substation to see the equipment firsthand and hear from the engineers who have designed, installed and operate it. This will be followed by lunch at San Remo before traveling to Phillip Island for a guided tour of the Phillip Island Community Energy Storage System (PICESS). This $10M battery system consists of a 10MWh lithium-ion phosphate battery supplied by Hitachi Energy and can provide a peak output of 5MW to supply energy during peak periods, supports the storage of renewable energy and reduces reliance on seasonally added diesel generators required to support peak demand for the island.
Conveniently, all payments can be made online using Visa and Mastercard. Please note that all costs mentioned above are quoted in Australian dollars (AUD) and include the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Please note that the organisers retain the right to cancel or modify optional activities in the event that minimum participation numbers are not met.