On 10 June 2021, NERA launched the GeneratER open innovation challenge program in Perth. The breakfast launch event included presentations from Chris Clark, JTSI, Miranda Taylor, NERA, and Tim McCarthy, Chevron Australia, as well as a Q&A session with Dave Sharp, EcoQuip Australia. These presentations are accessible below.
NERA's GeneratER program is the first open innovation challenge in Australia's energy resources sector and offers SMEs the opportunity to capture a greater share of the multi-billion dollar spend in the energy resources supply chain.
The first round of the challenge is a Western Australia based partnership with the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation and, as at 10 June 2021, involves three challenges provided by Chevron Australia. Find out more here.
Deputy Direction General, Resources and Project Facilitation, Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI)
Dave Sharp, General Manager & Director, EcoQuip Australia and Saasha Callaghan, Technical Manager, OLEOLOGY
General Manager Supply Chain, Chevron Australia