Energy and climate policy

Energy and climate policy

VIC
Feb 25
How can Australia achieve 50 per cent renewable energy by 2030? Join the Shadow Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy, the Hon. Mark Butler for this keynote address.

Speakers

The Hon. Mark Butler MP, Shadow Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy

Event overview

Ahead of the 2019 federal election, we examine the future of the National Energy Guarantee, increased investment in the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, a $5 billion Energy Modernisation Fund and other commitments.

This is your opportunity to be briefed on key energy policy scenarios and how they could impact the sector in 2019.

Event presentations

The Hon. Mark Butler MP, Shadow Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Mark Butler MP
Shadow Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy

Mark Butler has been the Labor Member for Port Adelaide in the Federal Parliament since 2007 and is the Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy. Mark served as Minister for Ageing and Australia’s first Minister for Mental Health in the Gillard Government. He has also held the ministries of Housing, Homelessness, Social Inclusion, Climate Change, Water and the Environment.  Mark is the author of Advanced Australia - The Politics of Ageing, published in 2015; and Climate Wars, published in 2017.
 

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