Excitement rises for All-Energy Australia
All-Energy Australia 2022 is running this October, with a slew of talks, product demonstrations and information sessions. The event is supporting the clean energy industry’s growth and Australia’s transition to renewables.
Visitors can expect to see over 290 suppliers in attendance and to rub shoulders with more than 10,000 industry professionals. The event is organised with the Clean Energy Council and is running alongside the Waste Expo Australia.
Clean Energy Council Chief Executive Kane Thornton said: “Our industry stands ready to electrify Australia and establish our nation as a global clean energy superpower. We are on our way into the electric age, an age where Australia can be proud and powerful. It’s an incredible time of change and opportunity for our industry. All-Energy brings us together.”
New to this year’s event is the Energy Management Zone, with a dedicated theatre running sessions throughout the show about how to facilitate improved energy management and cost savings.
Also highlighted in the zone will be energy management technologies and services that support the reduction of energy bills and emissions. Topics covered will include agriculture, food and beverage manufacturing, metals and other materials manufacturing, residential buildings, commercial buildings and government operations.
The Clean Energy Council will be running its Solar Masterclass Series that offers information to solar installers who want to update their knowledge about design and installation issues facing the industry. Continuous professional development (CPD) points are available for eligible installers.
Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at All-Energy Australia, said: “The 2022 event takes place at a crucial time in our country where Australia’s clean energy transition is more important than ever. All-Energy Australia provides a platform for the industry to connect visitors with leading suppliers on our exhibition floor and drive conversations about the future of renewables at our multi-stream conference.”
The conference’s agenda will be announced in September.
All-Energy Australia 2022 runs 26 to 27 October 2022 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Registration is available online.
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