Event Date: November 27-29, 2023


The global demand for renewable energy technologies has rapidly increased due to their numerous socioeconomic benefits have just turned out to be evident in recent decades as the implementation of these technologies has become more widespread. Global investment in renewable energy has encountered phenomenal growth in recent years but is still underneath its potential. However, the diversification of these energy sources creates a challenge for existing infrastructure and systems.

Energy Oceania Conference embraces a global paradigm shift towards decarbonization for a sustainable future. The theme and topics of the conference address the latest innovations, energy policy, government initiatives, and project developments by examining all the aspects of renewable energy.

Energy Oceania 2023 conference provides many opportunities by representing world-class speakers and consists of diverse Poster Presentations, P2P (Peer to Peer meetings), B2B (Business to Business meetings), Industry Booth, etc. We value the time that our attendees are investing in attending the global renewable energy meet in Australia. We are sure that the Energy Oceania team will give you a memorable experience that satisfies one's curiosity in acquiring up-to-date knowledge.

See you at Melbourne, Australia


Australia has a wealth of natural resources for renewable energy includes high solar insolation, excellent wind resources, and long coastlines with high wave power densities. The Australian renewable energy sector is rapidly growing through a mixture of world-leading technology, glorious natural resources, regulative support, and investment opportunities. The regulatory and legal frameworks that protect intellectual property, enable project development, and provide supportive financial measures have resulted in the widespread deployment of renewable energy installations. Australian research institutions and entrepreneurial companies continue to be at the forefront of innovation.

Renewable energy in Australia includes wind power, hydroelectricity, solar PV, heat pumps, geothermal, wave and solar thermal energy. In 2020, Australia produced 62,917 gigawatt-hours of renewable energy, which accounted for 27.7% of Australia's electricity production. With the 2020 targets being achieved, many of the Australian states and territories have committed to a greater 40% target for renewable energy sources by 2030.

Australia has a perfect mechanism to support this growth, providing the ideal environment for innovators, project developers and investors to develop prosperous businesses. Thus, the commitment and growth of renewable energy in Australia reflects that the case for adopting renewable energy is no longer just ethical but also commercial.

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Global Renewable Energy Meet

Theme: Embracing a Global Paradigm Shift towards Decarbonization


PRISM and ENERGY OCEANIA committee take the privilege to invite clean energy enthusiasts across the globe to be a part of our annual flagship meeting on “Global Renewable Energy Meet during November 27-29, 2023 at Melbourne, Australia.

Energy Oceania 2023 pitches a constructive dialogue on addressing the pathways to drive future innovations towards clean energy with a thought-provoking agenda of stimulating discussions and debates by leading global experts who will bring a wealth of experience from all over the world. The attendees can access the latest technology and trends relevant to those working or investing in the renewable sector.

Energy Oceania 2023 brings together an amazing international group of scientists, engineers, academic experts, policymakers, entrepreneurs, business leaders, and scholars for exchanging new ideas and research outcomes in related fields. The Day-to-Day schedule incorporates discussions on innovative notions, B2B meetings, and multitudinous opportunities for capitalists, stakeholders, investors, and other industry executives to enhance their connections and forge new collaborations.

Drive your appetite to attend three thought-provoking days of the conference in the most vibrant city of Melbourne and explore the truly diverse and multicultural beauty with the bustling atmosphere of luscious parks, top restaurants, great shops and rich culture which cannot be explained, as it has to be experienced.

How To Participate:

Universities Offering Renewable Energy Courses in Australia

  • The University of New South Wales
  • The University of Melbourne
  • The University of Sydney
  • Monash University
  • The University of Queensland
  • Australian National University
  • The University of Adelaide
  • Macquarie University
  • RMIT University
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • The University of Western Australia
  • Deakin University
  • Curtin University
  • Griffith University
  • The University of Newcastle
  • University of Tasmania
  • University of South Australia
  • Edith Cowan University
  • Murdoch University
  • Bond University
  • University College London, Australia

Renewable Energy Network in Australia

  • Australian Energy Regulator(AER)
  • Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
  • Australian Solar Council
  • Australian Energy Storage Council
  • Australian PV Institute
  • Climate Council
  • Climate Change Authority
  • Electric Vehicle Council
  • Australian Solar Thermal Energy Association (AUSTELA)
  • Australian Geothermal Energy Association (AGEA)
  • Australian Photovoltaic Institute (APVI)
  • Bioenergy Australia
  • Biofuels Association of Australia (BAA)
  • Bureau of Resource and Energy Economics (BREE)
  • Industry Capability Network (ICN)
  • Clean Energy Council (CEC)
  • Smart Energy Council
  • Energy Efficiency Council (EEC)

Renewable Energy Industries in Australia

  • Sims Metal Management Ltd
  • Hydro Tasmania
  • Origin Energy
  • CSIRO-Energy
  • EnviroMission
  • CleanTeQ
  • Infigen Energy
  • Mission Newenergy
  • Anaeco
  • GreatCell Solar
  • Quantum Energy
  • Rainbow Power Company
  • Pacific Hydro
  • snowy hydro limited
  • solahart
  • Pacific Energy
  • australian renewable fuels
  • Petratherm
  • Torrens Energy
  • Kuth Energy
  • Pacific Environment
  • Carnegie Wave Energy

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