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The Electric Energy Society of Australia (EESA) takes great pleasure in inviting you to the National Electric Energy Conference 2017 (EECON 2017) at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on 22 & 23 November 2017.

The conference’s theme is “Collaboration and Innovation: Adapting Today’s Grid for Tomorrow’s Future”.

EECON 2017 will bring leading industry influencers to Melbourne to discuss, collaborate, and innovate towards a brighter future – don’t miss out on this tremendous opportunity to discover and debate the future energy blueprint of tomorrow.

In addition to continued professional development, this conference will provide an outstanding opportunity to network with others in the electric power industry. There will also be a number of exhibitors, providing information and advice on engineering products and services related to the industry.

The conference will include a selection of senior industry speakers, special guests and a mixture of technical and business streams that will be exploring the opportunities to transform the grid as we know it, into the grid of the future.

We look forward to personally welcoming you to EECON 2017.


Dr Robert Barr AM

EESA National President EESA

Clare Paynter

EECON17 Conference Chair

WATCH VIDEO #2: EECON 2017 Technical Committee Interview
What makes EECON different to other conferences? Well, 40+ experienced professionals, volunteering their time to curate the best, more relevant, and balanced content out there. Here’s two stars of the technical committee: Kate Summers and David Wilkinson, alongside our Victorian Chair, David Van Bergen.


WATCH VIDEO #1:  EECON 2017 Organising Committee Interview
More than 40 industry professionals are working behind the scenes to make EECON the comprehensive, probing and timely event that it needs to be. Why? In the first of our EECON videos, we asked the committee, Clare Paynter, David Van Bergen, James Bell, EIT, CEM and Abrar Aziz why they were involved in bringing this exciting event together.