All-Energy Australia program released
Australia is on the cusp of building a vibrant clean energy industry that boasts scale and innovation and demonstrates its potential to shape the future of sustainable power. As this ambition starts to shape into a reality, the conference and education program for All-Energy Australia 2023 has been announced.
Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, the conference is set to take place on 25–26 October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The gathering is an opportunity for industry leaders and professionals to explore, learn and collaborate. It provides access to technologies, insights and trends, catering to individuals working or investing in renewable energy.
The 2023 conference features a roster of national and international speakers who will delve into developments, trends and projections in the energy sector across multiple themes and stages.
Powin President Anthony Carroll will headline the presenters. Drawing on his expertise in the renewable energy industry in the United States, he will speak alongside Nick Carter, CEO of Akaysha Energy, about the Waratah Super Battery, the world’s largest battery located in Australia.
Julie-Anne Smith, Head of Energy Transition & Sustainability Bureau at Veritas, will discuss how the development of a credible and transparent hydrogen certification scheme is critical for Australia to reach its export objectives, while David Desfosses, Tractebel Smart Gird Solutions Lead, examines how Australia’s Energy Trilemma can be mitigated by the implementation of microgrids, drawing on examples from the global implementation of MGs with similar challenges, such as the OYA project in South Africa.
Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at RX Global, said All-Energy Australia stands as a testament to the growth and impact of the clean energy sector.
The opening day of the conference will be led by a fireside chat with Lily D’Ambrosio, Victorian Minister for Climate Action & Minister for Energy and Resources, as well as Kane Thornton, Clean Energy Council CEO. It will be followed by a keynote address by Darren Miller, ARENA CEO, and a panel discussion that includes Dr Jonathan Spear, Infrastructure Victoria CEO.
Kane Thornton, Clean Energy Council CEO, said steering the course towards a cleaner energy future demanded the celebration of achievements and amplified collaboration, which All-Energy Australia facilitates for the sector.
“In 2023, All-Energy Australia will be educating people on the latest developments in the industry and help them understand the current state of the industry and those challenges that really need a lot of attention over the coming years,” Thornton said.
All-Energy Australia features an Energy Management Zone, supported by the Energy Efficiency Council. The zone will host sessions throughout both days, spotlighting sustainable solutions that drive improved energy management and cost savings.
The 2023 edition introduces a revamped CEC Solar Masterclass, catering to solar designers and installers. Attendance is free and offers CPD points for installers who engage with each session.
All-Energy Australia is co-located with Waste Expo Australia, forming a comprehensive showcase of clean energy and sustainability. The full agenda for All-Energy Australia 2023 and details on how to register are available at www.all-energy.com.au.
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