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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 across Australasia who can lead the drive toward a resilient and 100% renewable energy system for New Zealand. 

The event will feature a comprehensive program of expert speakers including Minister of Energy and Resources, Hon Dr Megan Woods.

This year's event will be held at the James Cook Grand Chancellor Wellington

Thursday 7th and Friday 8th of November





In association with Taspac Energy


Join us as we take a deep dive into real-world solutions which answer the opportunities presented by the rapid movement to decentralisation in our energy system, decarbonisation and digitalisation to manage the processes.

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




SEANZ 2019 supported by

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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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