Call for abstracts
Call for abstracts opens 5 July and closes on Monday 26 August 2019.
- Download the EN2020 call for abstracts conference themes.
- Submit your abstract via the online abstract registration portal.
- More information on the call for abstracts process can be found under FAQs.
We encourage abstracts from specialists from across the energy network sector and its supply chain.
The Program Development Committee aims to create a program that deals with current challenges in the energy sector but also looks into the future to see how the sector may continue to evolve and change.
The PDC has identified themes of interest, identifying issues the network sector faces as Australia transitions to a sustainable energy future. Other topics of interest and relevance to the transformation of Australia’s energy system are also welcome.
Some further guidance:
- Your abstract should be exclusive to EN2020 conference and not one that has been presented or will be presented at another conference in Australia before EN2020.
- Previous presentations can serve as the basis of your abstract but must incorporate new and original material.
- Your abstract should contain new knowledge or experience in a field of relevance.
- Abstracts on case studies are highly regarded.
- Data in your presentation must be technically correct.
The PDC is seeking presentations that address new research and insights; case studies, pilots and project results and excellence in technology and service delivers.
- Please carefully read the frequently asked questions (FAQs) if you are looking for more detail about the abstracts process.
- Any additional questions about how to submit your abstract via the online portal, please contact Sane Event Group +61 2 9553 4820 or EN2020@saneevent.com.au
- Any additional questions regarding the content of your abstract or the abstracts process, please contact Amanda Kennedy, PDC Chair, Energy Networks Australia +61 3 9103 0402.
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