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New Zealand’s energy system transformation is underway! SEANZ 2019 | Tomorrow's Energy Today is New Zealand's leading Sustainable Energy Conference, bringing together key players from across sectors and around the world who can lead the drive toward a resilient and 100% renewable energy system for New Zealand.


This year's event will be held in Wellington - Venue TBC



The triple challenges of net zero emissions, resilience through increasingly adverse weather events, and the electrification of our transport fleet demand joined-up solutions. This event provides the place for joined-up thinking.

The Sustainable Energy Association of New Zealand (SEANZ) hosts this leading event for technologists, innovators, system integrators, network operators, regulators, decision-makers, manufacturers, supply chain and all electricity system stakeholders who are committed to driving our renewable energy future.

With multiple focus points set over two days, SEANZ 2019 | Tomorrow's Energy Today offers something for everyone with presentations from industry heads, thought-leaders and key decision-makers, innovation case-studies, a technology showcase, and multiple networking events including the annual SEANZ Gala Dinner and Awards.

Past participants talk about attending SEANZ 2017 Conference


Thursday 7th November: Professional Development and Technical Training-

Workshops on the latest in solar, battery storage, energy management technologies from the suppliers and manufacturers -

Free for all of the industry, SEANZ members and non-members alike.


Friday 8th: SEANZ 2019 | Tomorrow's Energy Today

Main plenary day with everything from high-level international and national keynote speakers to local and international case-studies from leading projects and technologies in the sustainable energy space.

Programme TBC





Hon. Dr Megan Woods - Minister of Energy and Resources,

Hon Megan Woods has been an MP since 2011. Following the 2017 election, Megan was appointed as a Minister of the Crown with portfolio responsibilities including the Greater Christchurch Regeneration, Energy and Resources, Research, Science and Innovation, and responsibility for the Earthquake Commission.

Prior to becoming a Member of Parliament, Megan worked as a Business Manager at Plant & Food Research. She holds a PhD in New Zealand History from the University of Canterbury.

For the first time ever, a Minister of Energy & Resources presents at a SEANZ Conference. With the Electricity Review under way, the growing impacts of consumer-centric tech with solar and batteries, the strong global upward trend, achieving 100% renewable generation in NZ and continuing discussions about solar mini & microgrids adding resilience to our electricity system, what messages will the minister deliver. THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

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