October: All-Energy Australia returns to Melbourne

Wednesday, 15 July, 2020

October: All-Energy Australia returns to Melbourne

Despite unprecedented times, the future of clean energy in Australia remains promising. The renewable energy sector has boosted the country’s economy during the past few years and is equipped to assist the national economic recovery effort from COVID-19. With an extensive pipeline of renewable energy projects and strong demand for rooftop solar and battery storage, the industry has the potential to create thousands of new jobs, lower energy costs and attract investment into the Australian economy.

For this reason, All-Energy Australia is gearing up for its 2020 event this October in Melbourne to support the industry in accelerating the country’s transition to a clean, reliable energy system of the future.

This free-to-attend exhibition and conference, organised in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, is the only remaining industry event for the year where renewable energy professionals can get exclusive access to the latest technologies and trends, and discuss the opportunities and challenges in the sector.

“The 2020 event takes place at a crucial time in our country where Australia’s clean energy transition is more important than ever,” All-Energy Australia Exhibition Director Tim Rusbridge said.

“All-Energy Australia provides a platform for the industry to connect visitors with leading suppliers at our exhibition floor and drive conversations about the future of renewables at our multistream conference.”

Health and safety

The health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and staff is All-Energy Australia’s number one priority.

The organisers of the event are actively monitoring the COVID-19 developments and working with the venue and relevant authorities to ensure the event will have the highest health and safety protocols in place.

What: All-Energy Australia
When: 21–22 October 2020
Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Web: www.all-energy.com.au

Image credit: ©stock.adobe.com/au/metamorworks

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