When the Federal Government’s Budget for the 2020-21 financial year was handed down on October 6, the energy industry gained an insight into how our future – at least in the short-term – will look.
On Tuesday December 8, Energy Editor Laura Harvey was joined by Monkey Media's Managing Director Chris Bland to discuss the industry outlook for 2021, and some of the new and unique ways you can connect with decision makers in the energy industry in 2021.
Thursday 19th November
Online events are here to stay. As people realise they don’t always need to travel, and can reach people they don’t normally get to, virtual events are set to become a permanent part of the mix, even once travel restrictions lift. But it’s not as simple as getting on a Zoom meeting - lots of things can go wrong for the unprepared!
In this webinar, Laura Harvey and Chris Bland from Monkey Media talk through the outlook for virtual events in 2021, and pass on advice and tips learned from the 20 online events Monkey Media has produced this year.
2020 has been a challenging year to say the least and it was essential that we continued to recognise the achievements around us. Recognition is a powerful way for our society to continue forward, even when it feels like it’s at a standstill.
We were hoping to announce the winners at an in-person awards night before the end of the year, but with the then COVID-19 restrictions still in place a live event just wasn't possible.
Therefore, on Thursday 22 October, we honoured the winners and finalists of the 2020 Digital Utility Awards at a virtual event, comprising industry presentations and the much-anticipated awards ceremony.
Australia’s premier event for the whole infrastructure lifecycle – construction, asset management, and disaster resilience.
Over the last few years Australia’s infrastructure industry has experienced significant growth with billions in funding and new projects underway and planned across road, rail, airports, ports, urban development and utilities.
With growth and opportunities comes new challenges, including the impact of events such as the COVID-19 crisis, so it’s critical to stay informed on the latest in the industry.
We took the elements of an in-person conference and created a landmark event that brought together high profile industry and government speakers, and built a community that will hopefully meet again in person soon.
Thursday, August 20th
Smart Cities: Communities of the Future will build on our highly successful inaugural virtual conference , which was held in May, and had over 1100 registrations. While our first conference was very much focused on how city and place makers had been immediately impacted by COVID-19, in Smart Cities: Communities of the Future, we’ll look at the changes we actually want to see in our cities, suburbs and places moving forward.
We also have a genuine focus this time on bringing you presentations from speakers who are focused on the doing of new communities. We’re moving beyond talking about and planning future communities; and looking at the work that is being done to bring visions to life.
Thursday, July 30th
For many companies, COVID-19 has expedited their digital transformation timeline and accelerated the adoption of digital ways of working. Digital technologies are not only having a huge impact on the way utilities do business, but also on how they engage with their customers.
Smart home technology offers customer-centric utilities the opportunity to compete commercially outside of the regulatory framework, paving the way for new revenue streams and business models. In this Virtual Conference, we’ll look at how utilities can define and develop a connected home platform that drives new business growth, the impact of smart home technologies on different households and consumer profiles, and the projects that are taking advantage of technology to enable lifestyle improvements, power system security and enhanced water management.
Thursday, July 23rd
The way people live, work and move around our cities has changed dramatically over the last few months, and while some things will soon go back to normal, there is likely to be a significant transformation of transport, utilities and social infrastructure in the future. Now is the time to take stock of the current situation and look at what the future of the sector could look like, so we can start planning and preparing our assets.
For this virtual conference, we’ve gathered the industry’s leading experts and asset owners to explore their predictions and plans for future trends. Get insights into the rise of cloud-based infrastructure; how we can use the economic rebuild to make our assets more sustainable; how mobility and transport usage will change, and what the sector can do to meet this new demand; as well as what nation building will look like when it comes to social infrastructure.
Thursday, July 2nd
The Australian energy market is in transition. The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has made it clear that the future for Australia is a move away from coal-fired energy and towards cleaner sources of energy. A huge part of making this energy transition will be supporting renewable sources of generation with storage technologies that will keep the lights on when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing.
From “deep” and “shallow” storage, and why we need both, to grid integration of batteries and utility-scale battery demonstration projects, we’ll cover it all in an informative, engaging and enlightening way.
Thursday, June 12th
Flow Technology is aimed at reliability engineers, rotating equipment engineers and other process industry professionals across all essential industries and will look at the importance of maintenance, reliability and condition monitoring, to ensure equipment continues running smoothly during this sustained crisis. We’ll look at best-practices, and what pump engineers and end users need to know and can do to maintain service and supply and reduce equipment downtime.
Thursday, May 28th
In this free virtual conference, we learned how the smart cities working landscape has pivoted since the COVID-19 pandemic. Our expert speakers looked at the essential skills and services the sector provides, and the areas in which we’ll be delivering programs of work as we adjust to the new normal for 2020 and beyond.
Tuesday, May 12th
How has COVID-19 impacted B2B marketing? In this exclusive live webinar, Monkey Media’s experts considered questions like:
Find out more practical B2B marketing advice by registering for free below.
Thursday, May 7th
In this Virtual Conference, we looked at how the working landscape for asset management providers has pivoted since the COVID-19 pandemic. We also looked at the critical issues leaders in these sectors need to be focusing on, and the steps they should be taking to maintain service and supply while managing employee safety, as we adjust to the new normal for 2020 and beyond.
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