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The Smart Future Cities Conference 2015

When:

Thu 1 Oct 2015, 8:00am–5:00pm
Fri 2 Oct 2015, 8:00am–5:00pm

Where: Newcastle City Hall, 375 Hunter Street, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Registration 1 day: $195.00
  • General Registration 2 days: $335.00
  • Concession 1 day: $50.00
  • Concession Registration 2 days: $95.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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The Smart Future Cities 2015 (SFC2015) Conference will be held at the Newcastle City Hall on the 1-2 October 2015 with a Clean Energy Expo and Electric Vehicle Show on Saturday 3 Oct 2015.

The conference is an initiative of the Tom Farrell Institute for the Environment at the University of Newcastle in partnership with the Regional Clean Energy Program of NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and The City of Newcastle. The program will include an extensive range of topics with Keynote Presenters, Concurrent Sessions, Case Studies, Workshops and Poster Presentations.

We expect delegates to be from:
- Industrial, scientific, commercial, community and government groups involved in clean energy projects and their associated influences
- Government agencies and authorities dealing with sustainability and a sustainable future
- Researchers and research institutes
- Community groups and individuals with an interest in the subject

The overarching motives for the subject matters of this conference include understanding and promoting:
- Technical, political, economic, regulatory and social responses to the challenge posed by Global Warming
- Desire to improve energy security
- Desire to build a more delightful, attractive, equitable and sustainable living environment
- The need to build smart economies, businesses and employment opportunities

Presentations of broad importance and interest will be held during plenary sessions. Presentations with a focused interest will be held in one of the three strands described below:
- Future Transport focusing on the next wave of transportation innovations: incorporating electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, connected cars and cities; smart energy solutions
- Clean Energy Solutions for individual households, cities and regions: renewable energy technologies and applications in all their guises
- Innovation and Emerging Technologies in the Built Environment will take a broad perspective on the trajectories of change enabled by diverse innovations in the built environment and what this means for communities, businesses and all levels of government.

Please visit our website or call 02 4921 5700 for more information.