One of the benefits of membership in the Alliance is the opportunity to connect with other professionals in the industry and hear the latest developments from Australian and international speakers.

The A2EP Energy Innovation Network meets 'virtually' every second month for a webinar. Australian and international speakers discuss developments in technologies and business models that can improve the energy productivity of businesses. Presentation topics include feasibility and implementation case studies, briefings by suppliers of innovative technologies, updates on current A2EP projects and government programs that support the uptake of innovative solutions in Australian businesses. At each webinar there are opportunities for attendees to pose questions to the presenters and discuss the meeting topics. 

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A 'virtual' meeting of the A2EP Energy Users Network is held every second month. Australian and international speakers present, in a webinar format, on topics of interest to businesses and consultants in sectors where energy use and cost is a significant issue. Presentation topics include industry case studies and details of relevant government funding programs. Tennant Reed, lead on Climate, Energy and Environment Policy at Ai Group provides a regular policy update at these meetings. Webinar attendees can comment and pose questions to the presenters and other attendees in the discussion segment of the meeting.

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