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Verbrec CEO to chair Panel at major Copper Conference focused on Sustainable Innovation

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Verbrec CEO, Mark Read, will chair an important Panel discussion at the upcoming (June 17-19) Copper to the World Conference in Adelaide.

The conference, themed “Innovating for a Sustainable Future,” is Australia’s premier event dedicated to the copper industry, attracting over 500 delegates since its inception in 2015 by the South Australian Government to bring a focus on this key strategic mineral.

The panel, titled “Minimising Energy Consumption: Quick Wins for a Decarbonised Future,” will focus on the latest strategies and technologies designed to reduce energy consumption across the copper lifecycle. Mark will be joined by notable industry leaders, including:

  • Jeremy Conway, CEO, Northern Water Project, SA Government
  • Jessica Dwyer, Managing Consultant – Decarbonisation, Worley
  • Paul Murphy, Executive General Manager, Liebherr-Australia.
  • Paul Linabury, Manager Electrification, Perenti Contract Mining

This session promises to deliver valuable insights into the most effective strategies and technologies currently available for reducing energy consumption. The key challenges and considerations associated with transitioning to electric-powered machinery in the copper industry will also be debated.

Mark Read expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming discussion: “As we look towards a future where sustainability is paramount, it is crucial for us to explore every possible avenue to reduce our energy footprint. This panel will highlight practical solutions that can be implemented effectively to make a significant impact.”

“This key event is a great opportunity to connect with industry leaders, gain invaluable insights into the latest advancements in copper mining, and explore the exciting future of green copper production. I encourage you to attend,” Read said.

For more information about the conference visit Copper to the World Conference.

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