An insider's guide to All-Energy Australia 2016

RX Global

Friday, 08 July, 2016

Thousands of clean and renewable industry experts are expected to attend this year’s All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference, taking place from 4–5 October. Delegates can expect a number of new elements at the 2016 event, according to All-Energy Australia Exhibition Director Robby Clark.

“High demand from the industry has seen our programming team introduce a stronger focus on energy storage, energy efficiency and the potential of smart grids to improve the economy, lifestyle and environment for Australians,” said Clark. Specialised conference sessions have been developed for these three areas, offering the latest in industry developments and best practice case studies for visitors.

The conference schedule is structured around 12 session categories: bioenergy, community energy, energy efficiency, energy storage, government initiatives, low-carbon transport, market developments, new technology and innovation, project development, smart grid, solar and wind. This will be presented by more than 150 industry speakers from organisations such as CSIRO, Solar Analytics, World Wind Association, AECOM and Jemena.

The opening plenary will feature state and federal ministerial welcomes and a panel discussion on the peer-to-peer renewable energy marketplace with the Clean Energy Regulator’s executive general manager for the Renewables and Carbon Farming Division, Mark Williamson, PowerShop’s chief executive, Ed McManus, and the Clean Energy Council’s Kane Thornton.

Exhibitors will include Canadian Solar Australia, ABB Australia, Jinko Solar, Fronius Australia, Trina Solar, SMA Australia, Huawei Technologies, Enphase Energy, RES Australia, Clenergy, MPower, Victron, Redback, Ingeteam, RF Industries, Solax Power, Schletter, IMEON Energy, AC Solar Warehouse, IPD and Outback Power.

Highlights on display will be SMA Australia’s recently developed Sunny Boy Storage battery inverter designed for high-voltage batteries like the Tesla Powerall, Enphase Energy’s Enphase Home Energy Solution and ABB’s REACT (Renewable Energy Accumulator and Conversion Technology).

“As Australia’s largest, free, clean and renewable energy conference and exhibition, there is a lot to pack into two days and so we want to make their experience as simple and useful as possible,” Clark said.

“For example, delegates who participate in the Clean Energy Council’s Professional Development Day will now be able to accrue 15 CPD points per session attended.

“We also encourage delegates and exhibitors to attend our Grand Networking Event sponsored by SMA Australia, the Keynote Plenary and the Grand Closing Plenary Debate looking at future trends for the sector.

“In addition, the Clean Energy Council will be hosting the night of nights for the solar industry, the ATRAA Dinner, and the Women in Renewables Luncheon.”

What: All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference
When: 4–5 October 2016
Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Web: www.all-energy.com.au

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