Smart energy on show in 2020
The Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition trade event for solar, storage and energy management is designed, delivered and hosted by the Smart Energy Council — the peak independent body for smart energy.
Featuring a multi-stream conference program with over 130 speakers and a 9000 m2 exhibition area with over 120 exhibitors and partners, the industry event will be held from 7–8 April 2020 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.
The conference program covers smart energy solutions, applied energy solutions, installer professional development and, new in 2020, delegates can also attend the co-located Hydrogen 2020 Conference.
Program content (subject to change) features leading experts such as: Minister Shane Rattenbury, Energy Minister, ACT; Vincent Dwyer, Energy Estate; Oliver Yates, Bronze Boar Investments; Kobad Bhavnagri, Bloomberg New Energy Finance; Mark Williamson, Clean Energy Regulator; David Leitch, ITK Services; Tristan Edis, Green Energy Markets; Ian Learmonth, CEFC; Tim Washington, Jet Charge; Simon Holmes à Court, Melbourne University, Energy Transition Hub; Stephanie Moroz, Davanz; Claire Johnson, Hydrolytics; Craig Knight, Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies; Keshia Noronho, Fronius; and Alex Hewitt, CWPR.
There will also be speakers from the Energy Security Board, Macquarie Capital, Total Environment Centre, CleanCo, Rystad Energy, Alpha ESS, ACCIONA, Evergen, New Energy Ventures, Energy Transition Hub, ITK Services, Energy Estate, Siemens, Schneider Electric, Power Ledger, Ikea, Origin Australia, Sonnen Australia, Clean Peak Energy, Wattwatchers, ANU, Monash University, University of Auckland and many more.
The exhibition includes products from Alpha ESS, 1 Stop Warehouse, Longi Solar, Growatt, Pylontech, Huawei, Delta, Enphase, Fronius and AC Solar Warehouse.
The two-day event is free to attend and is expected to attract more than 5000 visitors from across Australia and overseas including suppliers, financiers with projects, entrepreneurs, media, government and academics from the solar, storage, energy management, hydrogen, wind and zero-emission vehicles sectors.
What: Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition
When: Tuesday, 7 and Wednesday, 8 April 2020
Where: International Convention Centre Sydney; 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW
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