Future governance – low carbon economy

With energy security and climate policy a priority for not only the sector but for the country, AIMEX on day three is primed for robust discussion and healthy debate.

The AIMEX Conference sponsored by Davey Bickford on day three will focus on Future governance – low carbon economy.

The AIMEX Conference agenda will include:

10.25am – 10:30am: Davey Bickford Enaex company address

Davey Bickford Enaex will be presenting a five-minute capability statement.


10.40am – 11.10am: Realising financial benefits to delivering on renewable and carbon emissions targets

Jackie McKeon, program director, Business Renewables Centre – Australia
Kirk Lawrence, client development director, Schneider Electric
Catriona McLeod, CFA – investment director, ESCO Pacific

11.15am – 12.15pm: PANEL: Adapting to climate change and emissions – what does this look like for the mining sector?

This panel discussion will explore the projected impacts of climate change to mining and determine how reducing climate risk exposure can improve productivity.

Chairperson: Jackie McKeon, program director, Business Renewables Centre – Australia

Donna Dryden, environmental scientist, Centennial Coal

Justin Brown, managing director, Element 25

Jason Sharam, co-founder Linked Energy

12.15pm – 1.00pm: Insights from Element 25 and TEC-C investments: Lower cost renewable energy solutions for a 25 year mine life manganese project in the Pilbara

Hear insights on the use of hybrid renewable generation and leach processing innovation to use cheaper, lower emission renewable energy for the electrolytic process to make metal.

Justin Brown, managing director, Element 25

Felipe Kovacic, general manager for business development, TEC-C Investments

AIMEX will not return until 2021, so do not miss this opportunity to attend the most comprehensive free-to-attend mining exhibition and conference.

Register now www.aimex.com.au or on site at the event.

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