La Camara aims to be the preeminent point of reference for the Spanish-Australian business community and to facilitate and foster the development of business relationships within this community.

La Camara achieves these aims through events such as corporate lunches, ministerial briefings, seminars, private boardroom functions, networking evenings and more relaxed cultural and cocktail events, as well as a variety of services and promotional opportunities for our members.

Events organised by La Camara allow both members and non-members to develop the professional contacts they need within the Spanish-Australian business community.

Upcoming Events

20 November 2019

La Camara’s Networking Drinks

International Chamber House - Level 5, 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
20 November 2019

2019 Renewable Energy Forum: Is the Australian Network Ready for a Clean Energy Future?

Baker McKenzie Level 19 CBW, 181 William Street, Melbourne 3000
21 November 2019

European Tchin-Tchin Networking Evening

Flight Centre Travel Group - 275 Grey Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Corporate Members


Ingeteam launches its new PV string inverter featuring 1500 Vdc technology

8 October 2019 Ingeteam is finalizing the launch of its new INGECON® SUN 160TL photovoltaic string inverter, offering the possibility of achieving a power output of 160 kWAC in a single 75kg/165lbs unit. This inverter, which has already been physically showcased at a number of national and international fairs, is now at the production stage thanks to an order for two hundred units for the Brazilian market. This new three-phase inverter, featuring 1500 Vdc technology, is suitable for indoor and outdoor installation alike, and is primarily directed at multi-megawatt projects, in other words large-scale solar PV plants. In addition to its high power density, the inverter's main features include its high maximum efficiency (99.1%), Wi-Fi and Ethernet and PLC (power line) communications supplied as standard, and advanced grid support functionalities, with low voltage ride-through and reactive power capability. A further key advantage lies in its significant cost savings potential, given the fact that its high power density means that it is possible to drastically reduce the number of inverters to be installed and, therefore, the total amount of cabling. Furthermore, no connection boxes are required (either in DC or AC) and neither is a neutral cable necessary, thereby reducing the total AC cabling cost by up to 20%. All this leads to huge reductions in capital expenditures (CAPEX). This inverter also offers lower operating costs, thanks to the Wi-Fi communication which is supplied as standard, making it possible to start-up, monitor and control the PV installation through either a mobile phone, tablet or laptop. Furthermore, its string inverter philosophy guarantees minimum potential maintenance requirements, with no need to vacuum the inverter interior or to check the state of the fuses, or the thermal magnetic breaker or torque. The new Ingeteam inverter can be supplied in two different versions (STD and PRO) in order to adapt to customer needs and to the technical requirements of as many projects as possible. This PV inverter is part of the INGECON® SUN 3Play family which has PV inverters installed in more than 15 countries and which, up to now, had power outputs of between 20 to 100 kW.

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A custom Silestone® bar is red hot at the Ferrari F8 Tributo launch

1 October 2019 Ferrari is one of the most desirable automobiles in the world and the brand is the epitome of luxury.  So, when Ferrari Australasia introduced the new Ferrari F8 Tributo to the Australasian market in August, the launch event deserved only the very best. Cosentino supplied the custom-built Silestone® bar that served as a popular gathering point for the coveted occasion. Ferrari launched the F8 Tributo on Wednesday 28 August at Sydney’s White Bay Cruise Terminal in Rozelle. Designed and produced by Flare Creative Experiences, the black-tie event celebrated the history of Ferrari V8 and showcased the newest Italian creation. Flair Creative approached Cosentino for the custom bar, wanting a brand that aligned with Ferrari’s luxury design and high performance. Cosentino worked with the fabricator, Interior Marble, to create a design that was functional for the space and purpose and showcased Silestone® applications. The 16-square-metre hexagon-shaped bar provided staff and guests with 360-degrees service and access, and the shape showed off the polished Silestone® Eternal Marquina on all sides and surfaces. Inspired by natural stone, Silestone® Eternal Marquina is a dramatic, high-impact black with white veining. Interior Marble used a water jet to carve the Silestone® logo into the side panels and backed it with a Ferrari-red LED light. The construction took three days, and made of removable panels, the bar is fully collapsible and can be backlit with other branded colours. The Silestone® bar was front and centre at the staging area of the event, and guests enjoyed Negroni and Mumm while they waited for the Ferrari F8 Tributo to be unveiled. Learn more about Silestone® products here.

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Auckland’s new commuter trains on way from Spain

2 September 2019 Source: The first of Auckland's latest commuter trains has left the factory in Spain. The first of the three-carriage trains is due in Auckland next month and should enter service in December. Fifteen new trains will join the 57 that entered service in 2014, heralding the start of the era of electric trains in the city. The last of the additional fleet should arrive in Auckland by July next year, significantly boosting capacity at a time of solid patronage growth. The expanded fleet will mean more services at peak times can run with two of the three-carriage sets. Auckland Transport figures showed rail patronage in July was 6.4 per cent higher than a year earlier, with overall public transport journeys up 9 per cent. More than 21 million trips were made on Auckland's rail network over the past year. The original intention for the new fleet had been to buy 17 battery-powered trains that could replace the ageing diesel units shuttling between Pukekohe and the end of electrification at Papakura. In September 2017 Auckland Transport opted to spend $207 million on the more versatile battery-powered trains. But after negotiation with the Government that plan was scrapped in favour of spending $133m on 15 new electric trains instead. The fleet is being built by Spanish train-maker CAF, at its factory at Beasain in the northern Basque region. The additional 15 are largely identical to those already in service.

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