Energy: keynote by the Hon. Josh Frydenberg

Energy: keynote by the Hon. Josh Frydenberg

Dec 1
CEDA welcomes Federal Minister for Environment and Energy the Hon. Josh Frydenberg for a keynote address on national energy market reform.


The Hon. Josh Frydenberg, Federal Minister for the Environment and Energy

Event overview

What can industry expect from the energy policy agenda in in 2018? How will the government’s response to the Finkel Review and other significant energy reports shape the market in the years to come?

Join industry leaders for this opportunity to hear first-hand from the Minister and inform the debate on Australia’s energy future.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Josh Frydenberg
Federal Minister for the Environment and Energy

Josh Frydenberg was elected in 2010 as the Member for Kooyong and is only the seventh person since Federation to hold the seat. He is a graduate of Monash and Oxford Universities in Law, Economics and International Relations, and began his career at law firm Mallesons Stephen Jacques. He later worked as a ministerial adviser to then Attorney General the Hon. Daryl Williams QC, Foreign Minister the Hon Alexander Downer, and finally as senior adviser to then Prime Minister the Hon. John Howard.

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