Global energy storage sector to meet in Sydney
Energy sector professionals from Australia and around the world will convene in Sydney this June for the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition to discuss cutting-edge storage technologies and how they are facilitating the transition to new energy systems and a more reliable grid.
‘Energy Storage — The Great Enabler’ has been set as this year’s event theme, featuring industry leaders who will explore the latest in projects, technologies and processes for large-scale and commercial energy storage.
Thought leaders and industry members from around the world will present case studies and lead discussion on energy storage technologies, microgrids, grid-scale storage investment and current storage projects, as well as examine where the sector is headed.
Local and international perspectives will reveal globally shared storage challenges and inspire new approaches and solutions to energy storage barriers.
The event will include a free-to-attend exhibition featuring the latest technologies available on the market and will provide many networking opportunities where attendees can mingle with industry experts and chat with peers in formal and informal settings.
The first round of Australian and international speakers has been announced.
Robert G Morgan, CEO of Energy Storage at GE Power in the United States, brings a 30-year career in global energy markets to his keynote presentation. He will address critical questions about corporate strategy and project development in the storage sector.
Marija Petkovic, Founder and Managing Director of Energy Synapse, will employ her expertise in wholesale energy markets as she discusses risks and opportunities for battery storage in the National Electricity Market.
Samantha Hilliard, an analyst at Clean Horizon, France, with a PhD in clean hydrogen production, will present on best practices in storage system procurement.
Stephen Bauer, Head of Green Gas Technology at RAG Austria AG, will discuss developing and managing the Underground Sun Storage and Conversion Projects and the crucial role of energy storage in balancing climatic variations from renewable generation.
Jes Donneborg, Executive Vice President at Aalborg CSP A/S, has been instrumental in developing large-scale solar thermal systems in Denmark and Europe and will explain the promising nature of thermal energy storage technology.
Jon Norman, President and COO of Hydrostor in Canada, will discuss progress on Hydrostor’s cutting-edge Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage (A-CAES) project outside Adelaide and key takeaways for the long-duration energy storage industry.
Craig Evans, President, CEO and Founder at ESS Inc., will explore optimisation of microgrids with long-duration energy storage assets in both grid-connected and off-grid applications.
Alberto Tubella, Australia Asia–Pacific Area Manager for Cegasa Portable Energy, will present a compelling case study involving off-grid solar systems in his home country of Spain.
What: Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition 2019
When: 13–14 June 2019
Where: International Convention Centre, Sydney
Early-bird tickets are available until 12 April, providing significant savings for delegates.
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