Griffith Hack’s Sean Kelley will join the speaker line-up at the 2022 World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC), hosted by Murdoch University in Perth from 4-9 December.
First held in 1992, WREC promotes renewable energy global development and addresses the most strategic issues of sustainable energy development and innovation. The event helps foster the transfer of renewable energy technology and knowledge from developed countries to developing countries.
Sean, a senior associate at Griffith Hack and registered patent attorney, will join presenters from around the world including policy makers, scientists, engineers, technology developers, and business practitioners.
What Sean is presenting on
Global patent offices are uniquely positioned to witness trends in renewable energy innovation as renewable energy companies file patent applications to protect their technology. Sean will outline recent trends in low-carbon energy innovation using publicly available patent data and will showcase the unique options available to renewable energy companies seeking to protect their inventions.
Sean is a registered patent attorney based in Perth. He advises clients with respect to mechanical, mechatronic and software inventions. Having worked in Perth’s mining and oil and gas sectors and as an in-house patent attorney at one of New Zealand’s largest companies, he has extensive knowledge and experience to draw from when providing advice.
Sean leverages this experience when working with his clients to help grow their businesses by creating and using the intangible assets that provide them with a competitive advantage.