22-26 October 2017
Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre
Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia

Driving Innovation in ICT Energy Infrastructure: A Retrospective

The Evolution of ICT Energy Infrastructure

1. The Early Days: Building the Foundation

2. Advancements in ICT Energy Infrastructure: A Game-Changing Era

Key Factors Driving Innovation in ICT Energy Infrastructure

1. Increasing Demand for Energy Efficiency

2. Technological Advancements: Shaping the Future

3. Policy and Regulation: Encouraging Innovative Solutions

The Impact of Innovation in ICT Energy Infrastructure

1. Enhanced Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

2. Improved Reliability and Resilience

Case Studies: Successful Implementations of Innovative ICT Energy Infrastructure

1. Smart Grids: Revolutionizing Energy Distribution

2. Renewable Energy Integration: Harnessing Sustainable Power Sources

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q: How is ICT Energy Infrastructure different from traditional energy infrastructure?

A: ICT Energy Infrastructure integrates advanced technologies and digital communication tools to optimize energy generation, distribution, and consumption processes. Traditional infrastructure comprises conventional power plants and grid systems without smart capabilities.

Q: What are the major challenges in driving innovation in ICT Energy Infrastructure?

A: Some key challenges include high implementation costs, technological complexities, and regulatory barriers. However, these challenges can be overcome through collaborative efforts between industry stakeholders, government support, and adequate financing mechanisms.

Q: How can ICT Energy Infrastructure contribute to sustainable development goals?

A: By promoting energy efficiency, facilitating renewable energy integration, and enabling smart grid management, ICT Energy Infrastructure plays a crucial role in achieving sustainable development goals such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions, combating climate change, and ensuring access to affordable and clean energy.


In conclusion, driving innovation in ICT Energy Infrastructure is vital for meeting the growing energy demands, achieving sustainability goals, and fostering economic development. Through continuous advancements, collaborative initiatives, and favorable policies, we can unlock the immense potential of ICT to shape a greener and smarter energy future.

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  • Key Dates
  • Close of earlybird 18 August 2017
  • Final Paper Submission18 August 2017
  • Accommodation booking deadline18 September 2017
  • 9am - Tutorials and Welcome reception 22 October 2017
  • Main stream conference 23 - 26 October 2017
  • Conference closes at 4:30pm26 October 2017
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