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

Energy and climate policy | Melbourne | 25 February 2019
How can Australia achieve 50 per cent renewable energy by 2030? Join the Shadow Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy, the Hon. Mark Butler for this keynote address.

Energy in transition | Perth | 8 March 2019
In her first CEDA WA presentation, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) Managing Director and CEO, Audrey Zibelman will provide insight on policy priorities to transform Australia’s energy future and discuss WA’s role in managing Australia’s energy transition.

This fragile system: water reform | Brisbane | 3 May 2019
The next phase of water reform is critical. Hear directly from policy makers and leading thinkers on best practices and the new ideas for rapidly growing urban centres with Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Secretary, Daryl Quinlivan and Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities Chief Executive Officer, Professor Tony Wong.

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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.