Energy Next clean energy expo in Sydney this July


Monday, 16 May, 2022


Energy Next clean energy expo in Sydney this July

Sustainable, local energy sources and energy management are a focus for all communities and countries, and, with recent developments creating politically unstable global energy resources, this focus has become even more of a priority.

The free-to-attend exhibition, Energy Next, will be showcasing the latest clean energy innovation and technologies, connecting thought leaders, businesses and organisations to explore what Australia’s clean energy future could look like.

The event will be held alongside Clean Energy Council’s Australian Clean Energy Summit at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Sydney on 19–20 July.

Energy Next will not only showcase the latest products and innovations on the exhibition floor, but there will be a packed schedule of presentations and talks from the country’s top renewable energy experts, stimulating conversations and hopefully action around clean energy.

The areas to be discussed will include decarbonisation and green steel, traceability technology, energy management including the latest in energy storage such as the aluminium ion battery and microgrids, and the latest in PV and EV technologies.

Speakers include doctors and professors from the country’s leading universities and leaders from the country’s most innovative sustainable energy companies.

The addition of Energy Next to the Australian Clean Energy Summit will form a comprehensive clean energy event in NSW, generating even further conversations and connections to improve clean energy generation and adoption in the country.

“The combination of Energy Next with the Australian Clean Energy Summit offers significant added value by giving attendees first-hand exposure to the technologies and innovations driving Australia’s clean energy transition. It will also help to increase collaboration across the industry, giving technology suppliers the opportunity to create connections and explore opportunities with the industry’s most senior executives and decision-makers. The Clean Energy Council is delighted to welcome Energy Next to the Australian Clean Energy Summit and is looking forward to a fantastic event in July,” said Kane Thornton, Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council.

Energy Next is organised by RX Global, the same people behind All-Energy Australia, one of the largest renewable energy events in the country. Across two days, Energy Next will bring a quality exhibition to New South Wales and provide workshops and networking opportunities for those working in the clean energy industry.

“With NSW’s exciting plans to shift to renewables, Energy Next’s inaugural edition arrives on the industry’s calendar at an important time and is well positioned to cater to the NSW clean energy market. The event is set to be the destination in NSW for the industry to connect with suppliers face to face, collaborate with peers and learn from industry experts about the latest industry developments. We’re proud to be partnering with the Clean Energy Council in delivering an event that can help build the future of NSW’s clean energy industry,” said Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at Energy Next.

Energy Next is proudly supported by the NSW Government. Their support coincides with the state’s Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap and $750 million Net Zero Industry and Innovation Program, demonstrating the NSW Government’s commitment to Australia’s clean energy transition.

Event details

What: Energy Next

When: 19–20 July 2022

Where: ICC Sydney

Web: To access the program and register for free, visit www.energynext.com.au

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