Climate, Energy and Resources


An industry in transition, CEDA discusses energy and resources through events across Australia.

The Australian energy and resources industry is in a period of transition.

CEDA drives conversation on this industry which has shaped the Australian economy, examining supply and demand, policy and market developments as well as the impact of new technology and future opportunities for investment.

Upcoming events

WA annual resources overview: collaboration in the sector | Perth | 3 July 2019
Hear from significant players in WA’s resources sector as they provide insights into current innovation and knowledge-sharing opportunities that will drive a vision for future success and long-term growth in the sector. Joined by Newmont Goldcorp Australia Regional Senior Vice President, Alex Bates; Minerals Council of Australia Chief Executive Officer, Tania Constable PSM and Woodside Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, Meg O'Neill.

Infrastructure in Australia: setting the WA agenda | Perth | 10 July 2019
CEDA welcomes for the first time to Western Australia incoming Infrastructure Australia Chief Executive Officer, Romilly Madew AO as she sets the agenda for the organisation’s focus on delivering better outcomes for people across transport, energy, telecommunications, water and social infrastructure across Australia.

Energy: Australia's national hydrogen strategy | Melbourne | 23 August 2019
Hear from Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel on the latest work to develop and implement a national strategy for hydrogen energy in Australia.

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State series


July |  October  |  Two public events

Communities and businesses across the continue country expect progress from governments on energy policy and reform.  With a new federal government term to begin in 2019 there is hope for a renewed commitment to meet the demands of energy consumers, environmental advocates and the investors that will determine our energy future.