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IA's Sandi Keane to speak at Australian Wind Energy conference

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IA environment correspondent Sandi Keane joins a stellar cast of speakers at the 7th Australia Wind Energy Conference being held in Melbourne in mid-December.




2011 is a watershed year for wind energy. The announcement of a carbon price accelerates the development of clean energy and increases the potential for new investment technologies and projects.

Meanwhile, the growing concern of health effects of wind turbines, paired with Victoria’s new planning regulations means local support and community engagement are more crucial than ever.

The 7th Australian Wind Energy Conference, to be held on 12 -13 December 2011 | Hilton Park, Melbourne, will address these pressing issues, with targeted content focused on business growth, financing and changes in policy and regulation across the wind energy spectrum in an exclusive circle of senior level investment and business decision-makers.


Join this year's conference and meet Sandi Keane, Independent Australia's doggedly unstoppable investigative journalist, as well as to hear developments in federal, state and local government policy, national and international trends in manufacturing and construction and project updates from some of the largest wind farms in the country. (See the agenda.)

Insights and case studies from the outstanding presenter line-up including:































































(Read Sandi Keane's investigation into the anti-wind turbine campaigners, the Landscape Guardians.)


 
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The Hon Mark Dreyfus QC MP, Cabinet Secretary and Parliamentary Secretary for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Scott Taylor, Group General Manager – Australia, Infigen Energy
The Hon Peter Rae AO, World Wind Energy Association Prof Simon Chapman, School of Public Health, University of Sydney
Brian Tee, Shadow Minister for Planning, Parliament of Victoria David Clarke, ACCIONA Energy
Maofeng Luo, China Wind Power Pat Griffin, Mayor, Moorabool Shire Council
Ross Edwards, TRUenergy Simon Holmes a Court, Hepburn Wind
Tim Nelson, AGL Energy Limited Warwick Forster, Union Fenosa
Chris Judd, Suzlon Energy Australia Nicola Morris, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism
Tim Buckley, Arkx Investment Management Rainer Korte, Executive Manager Network Strategy and Regulatory Affairs, ElectraNet
Senator Rachel Siewert, Australian Greens Senator for Western Australia and Chair, Senate Community Affairs References Committee Cam Walker, National Liaison Officer, Friends of the Earth Australia
Vicki Askew-Thornton Major Projects Liaison Officer, Moyne Shire Council Murray Brass, Planning and Environment Manager, Clutha District Council (New Zealand)
Dr Chris Briggs, State Coordinator - Renewable Energy Precincts, Office of Environment and Heritage, Premier and Cabinet (NSW) Greg Barber, Parliamentary Leader, Victorian Greens
Frank van Schagen, Manager Technologies - New Business, Monadelphous Sandi Keane, Environment Correspondent, Independent Australia
Dr. Graham Slack, Manager - Analysis and Design, GL Garrad Hassan David Mounter, Manager Wind Asset Development, Hydro Tasmania
Michael Dawson, Business Development Manager, Renewable Energy, RPG AUSTRALIA