New exhibitors announced for All-Energy Australia 2017
All-Energy Australia 2017 has announced new additions to the exhibitor line-up for its upcoming event — a comprehensive, free-to-attend showcase of clean and renewable energy in Australia.
To be held from 11–12 October at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, the event will feature over 130 domestic and international companies presenting their latest technologies and developments on the exhibition floor. More than 50 of these exhibitors will be new to the show, including start-ups.
In the start-up space, Catch Power and Fuji Bridex will launch CATCH Blue-3 and the Ice Bear thermal battery system, respectively. CATCH Blue-3 uses an internet connection to collect data from the home to determine how to best distribute surplus solar power and reduce electricity bills. Fuji Bridex’s thermal battery system is said to improve grid efficiency and resilience, while lowering cooling bills and reducing carbon emissions.
Energy retailers that recommend San Francisco-based start-up and first time exhibitor Geli Solutions to their customers will be able to unlock new revenue streams with Geli’s Virtual Power Plant solutions. Founded in 2010, Geli Solutions provides software and business solutions to design, automate and manage energy storage systems. The company established a Melbourne office this year to cater to growing demand.
Many longstanding industry players, including Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System (Seraphim) and Hydrogenics Asia, will exhibit at the event for the first time. China-headquartered Seraphim is one of the world’s leading solar panel producers and distributes its 2 GW products in over 30 countries, including the United States and Germany. Hydrogenics Asia will bring more than 60 years’ experience in designing, manufacturing, building and installing industrial and commercial hydrogen generation and MW-scale energy storage solutions.
Gold sponsor newcomers at this year’s event include Array Technologies and Longi Solar. Although new to the Australian market, Array Technologies is a leading solar tracking solutions and services provider, with more than 28 years of industry experience and almost 20,000 km of trackers installed. Longi Solar, meanwhile, is a manufacturer of high-efficiency monocrystalline solar cells and modules.
To access the 2017 program and register for the trade show and conference, visit www.all-energy.com.au.
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