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Sunday 5th February – Workshop, Public Meeting & Welcome Function
Monday 6th February – Conference Day 1
Tuesday 7th February – Conference Day 2, Half day field trip & Conference Gala Dinner
Wednesday 8th February – Conference Day 3 (last day), Closing Function
Thursday 9th February – Rottnest Island Technical Tour

This conference will bring together representatives of those involved in the supply, distribution, consumption and development of sustainable energy sources which are benign, accessible and economically viable.

Conference topics that will be covered during the event are:

  • Biofuels and energy from waste
  • Energy from biomass
  • Carbon neutral economy
  • Climatic and environmental issues
  • Co-generation and tri-generation
  • Decarbonising cities and regions
  • Economics of renewable energy
  • Electric vehicles
  • Energy policy
  • Energy storage
  • Governance for low carbon communities and infrastructure
  • Hydrogen and energy storage
  • Low energy architecture
  • Manufacturing issues and emissions trading
  • Georegenthermal energy
  • Photovoltaic technologies
  • Remote area power supplies (RAPS)
  • Renewable energy and transport
  • Renewable energy for sustainable development
  • Rooftop solar
  • Smart grids
  • Wind, wave and tidal energy
  • Zero carbon urban design


WREC2017 Workshop, 9am – 4.30pm, Sunday, 5th February 2017 on campus of Murdoch University at the Kim Beazley Lecture Theatre.  The cost is $110 (inc GST) for full registration and $55 (inc GST) for students.

To register for the workshop please click here.

Professor Chem Nayar (Regen Power) and Dr Shaji Mathews (AICA Group), two experts in the field of Renewable Energy system science and engineering will present a comprehensive workshop on:


Fremantle MarketsThe objective of this workshop is to provide an overview of solar power generation, including sizing of PV arrays, batteries and inverters and overall design for grid and off grid power systems.

This workshop is meant for industry executives, managers, engineers, academics, renewable energy enthusiasts, budding entrepreneurs and students alike. No prior knowledge is required, though a basic understanding of electrical engineering and solar PV systems would be helpful.

Lunch and transport to the 5 pm public meeting in Fremantle will be provided.

We reserve the right to cancel the workshop and refund any fee paid should there be insufficient numbers.