All-Energy Australia: shining a light on the nation's roadmap to a clean energy future
After the Renewable Energy Target was abolished back in 2015, there were serious doubts about whether the industry would survive let alone transform into the multibillion-dollar industry as we see it today. Within just six years, Australia has made active steps to becoming a global clean energy export superpower, signalling the inevitability of a clean energy future.
The Australian renewable energy industry generated and accounted for 32.5% of the nation’s total electricity in 2021, continuing to break records backed by an impressive project tracker including various solar and wind initiatives that are currently under construction. Though our clean energy future has never looked brighter, there are still a number of challenges to address and overcome in the coming years.
With this topic in the crosshairs, All-Energy Australia is returning bigger and better than ever to Melbourne in October, shining a light on the nation’s roadmap to a clean energy future and offering a networking opportunity for thousands of industry professionals.
Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council and co-located with Waste Expo Australia, this free-to-attend exhibition and conference is where renewable energy professionals can get exclusive access to the latest technologies and trends. This year’s program will host an impressive list of speakers discussing the latest in solar energy, energy storage, hydrogen energy, electric vehicles and bioenergy, alongside an expo floor with over 250 suppliers including the likes of GoodWe, Growatt, Nextracker and Sungrow.
Registrations for All-Energy Australia are now open, with the event set to take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from 26–27 October 2022. VIP passes will be available for purchase, which includes access to video recordings of sessions in the plenary hall, speaker-approved PDF files of All-Energy Australia and Waste Expo Australia presentations and catering.
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