Energy Efficiency Expo focuses on securing our energy future
Businesses and governments looking to reduce their energy costs have their sights set on the inaugural Energy Efficiency Expo in Melbourne, taking place alongside All-Energy Australia.
Energy Efficiency Expo is a free-to-attend industry event, launched to help organisations take control of their energy costs and improve their energy productivity. Created from a partnership between Reed Exhibitions and the Energy Efficiency Council, this year’s theme is ‘Ensuring Australia’s energy future’, recognising the importance of innovative energy efficiency solutions in a transforming energy landscape.
The exhibition will feature smart energy products and services to quickly drive down energy costs and improve energy productivity. The conference program will focus on ready and practical measures to manage the rising cost of energy, from the industry’s leading experts on energy efficiency.
Energy Efficiency Council CEO Luke Menzel said the time was right to launch this new event for business and government to get across the latest developments in energy efficiency and how to manage rising energy bills.
“As energy costs have skyrocketed, businesses and governments are looking to energy efficiency and energy management to take control of their energy costs,” Menzel said.
“In turn, they are recognising that the available solutions are evolving quickly, and they need to be on top of the latest technology and service offerings. Energy Efficiency Expo will be a one-stop shop for them to get across all this, so they are in the best possible position to deal with the transforming energy market and get on with their core business.”
Speakers and program focus
A complete speaker line-up will be announced shortly for the conference program, with sessions focusing on energy management fundamentals for business and the opportunities for sectors such as manufacturing, food processing, commercial buildings and local governments.
The conference program will kick off with a joint opening plenary on Day 1 in partnership with All-Energy Australia.
Menzel said there will be a strong focus on case studies that show how leading businesses and governments are approaching energy management.
“Importantly, the conference program will feature real-world case studies from businesses and governments that are ahead of the curve in adopting smart energy solutions, so that attendees can learn what is working for others, and start taking action as quickly as possible,” he said.
The Exhibition Director at Reed Exhibitions Australia, Robby Clark, explained the purpose of Energy Efficiency Expo is about providing Australian organisations with a platform to tackle one of the largest current operational challenges.
“At Energy Efficiency Expo, organisations will have access to the latest expert insights and leading solutions to evolve their energy management and reduce costs. We’re proud to be partnering with the Energy Efficiency Council in delivering this industry event focused on making impactful change,” Clark said.
Energy Efficiency Expo’s exhibition will focus on showcasing low-carbon and energy cost-reducing solutions. These include innovative technologies across areas including energy-efficient lighting, energy management equipment and software, energy-efficient HVAC, thermal performance products, microgrid technology and water heating efficiency technology.
Companies with confirmed attendance include Alinta Energy Geothermal, Beovista, Eco Light Up, Lightsource BP, National Carbon Bank of Australia, Omniflow Australia, Rexel Australia, Stiebel Eltron, T4E, Wattly and Wattwatchers.
Visitors will have access to the co-located All-Energy Australia and Waste Expo Australia, offering visitors Australia’s most comprehensive opportunity to learn about renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable solutions.
What: Energy Efficiency Expo
When: 23–24 October 2019
Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
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