Renewable Energy in Mining
Net Zero Conference
1st & 2nd August 2024
Great Eastern Hwy, Western Australia
8.30am - 5.00pm both days
Sundowner 1st August 5.00m - 7.00pm
Bookings are opening soon. Please register interest below
Abstract Submissions now open
Deadline 30th April 2024
As the demand for renewable energy continues to grow, the mining industry is preparing a transformation into becoming a recognised contributor to the wider clean energy transition.
Mining companies have a material opportunity to use renewables to lower costs, improve safety, reliability and sustainability, and mitigate risks to ultimately gain a competitive advantage.
Around the world, mining companies are starting to set concrete renewable energy goals amid pressure to cut emissions, with some firms announcing 100 percent targets for major mines.
The Renewable Energy in Mining 2024 conference’s themes cover critical minerals, incorporation of renewal technologies, decarbonisation and environmental, social and governance (ESG), and an industry outlook, presented by leaders in government, research, the Closure Planning Practice Association and the private sector .
The Conference is information focused, and is designed to ensure that all Mining and Environmental Professionals, Consultants and Stakeholders remain updated, connected and educated.
Topics and Theme
Future Proofing projects Incorporating renewable technologies in the design stage
Energising mine closure through renewables
Critical minerals and the global clean energy transition: Assessing national strategies and Australia's potential contribution to supply chain resilience
Ensuring Indigenous benefit from large-scale renewal energy projects - Best practice from negotiation to implementation
WA: Approvals team for new pathway for green energy approvals now operational
Climate Change Impacts on Mining Operations and Mining Territories
Review and update of the National Hydrogen Strategy
Tracking the Trends 2024: the crucial role of the mining and metals sector in a green energy transition
Economic And Political Risks To Precious, Base, and Specialty Metals, Including Uncertainties Related To The Energy Transition:
How to best manage risks impacting mineral energy and mining supply chains
Mine closure - repurposing mine sites and tailings for solar power
The Pro's and Cons of constructing renewable energy assets on old sites
The real world impact of offsets
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