Skip to main content
AFR Energy & Climate Summit
Monday, 9 October 2023 9:00 AM AEST

Hybrid - Conference

Event language: English

9 - 10 Oct.

09:00 am AEST

AFR Energy & Climate Summit

Energy transformation – Let’s get it done

Australia is at the tipping point of its decarbonisation journey. Local as well as global events continue to place pressure on the energy system with higher energy prices impacting the end consumer and small business community. 

But the future is clear, and the possibilities are even clearer. Those in the energy ecosystem have the opportunity to completely shift their mindset and focus on the indispensable role it can play in delivering on Australia’s decarbonisation ambitions. By rapidly accelerating the collaboration, investment and infrastructure needed to deliver secure, affordable, and sustainable energy, we can deliver an energy transformation that is fair and equitable to all parts of society. ​

Join the conversation and be a part of the transformational journey we are undertaking to deliver the energy ecosystem and economy fit for the 21st century. ​

Agenda and speaker lineup is available here.

Deloitte speakers

  • David McCarthy - Executive Sponsor, Deloitte Climate & Sustainability
  • Pradeep Philip - Lead Partner, Deloitte Access Economics
  • Sandra James - National Lead Partner, Power, Utilities & Renewables
  • Professor Deen Sanders OAM - Leader, Deloitte Integrity

Energy & Climate 2023

General Admission - please select the pass type you would like to purchase (

Beyond the Summit: Australia 2030

Discover the AFR Summit Series Podcast

Where have we come from? Where will we go? 

To shape a better future, we must learn from our past and act in the present. In this podcast series, Deloitte sits down with some of the nation’s most influential business and government leaders to unpack what Australia would, could, or should look like in 2030. Join us as we explore the road ahead and what it means for our economy, our climate, and our people in this new age of disruption. 

    Summit perspectives