All-Energy Australia 2017

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All-Energy Australia is back for the ninth year in a row, and is set to deliver the country’s most comprehensive clean and renewable energy trade show and conference. With a two-day, free-to-attend program of speakers, exhibitors, networking events and professional development opportunities, it’s an event not to be missed.

Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, All-Energy Australia provides delegates with exclusive access to the latest technology, information and trends relevant to those working or investing in the renewables sector.

More than 4500 industry professionals attended the 2016 All-Energy Australia, cementing its reputation as the most comprehensive clean and renewable energy event for industry in the country.

This year’s event is expected to be no different, with hundreds of world-class speakers and companies confirmed for the All-Energy Australia 2017 trade show and conference.

Over the course of two days, delegates will have access to a six stream, free-to-attend conference program featuring expert presenters from a variety of sectors.

Sessions will focus on renewable and clean energy policy, technology, finance, economics and project development across solar, energy efficiency, wind energy, energy storage, bio energy and more.

Some highlights include AEMO’s Audrey Zibelma, RES’s Tanya Jackson, Schneider Electric’s Kim Kreutz, Nexergy’s Darius Salgo and the Essential Services Commission’s James Clinch.

Smart cities, energy storage and the transformation of existing utility models are three emerging themes from this year’s conference program, helping visitors keep abreast of new and emerging sector trends.

A number of sessions look specifically at how Australia can unlock the potential of energy storage with emerging technologies, shifting consumer interest and demand and an evolving global policy environment.

Tesla Energy’s Lara Olsen is set to discuss the importance of battery storage across Australia for residential, commercial and utility scale implementation.

EnergyConsult Director Paul Ryan and Solar Australia’s Senior Engineer Carl Patrick will also discuss where residential energy storage systems are headed and what we can expect by 2030.

Delegates interested in ideas around the decentralised energy economy will have lots to explore, including a number of sessions looking at the shift towards a participant-oriented energy infrastructure.

Blue IoT Chief Innovation Officer Bob Sharon will test if the procurement model for efficient buildings is broken, along with Kairos Power’s Dr Bjorn Sturmberg’s presentation on the path to building a citizen’s utility in apartments.

Those looking for the latest thinking around energy and the connected home, including how customers use energy to deliver cost effective electricity, have access to tailored presentations from ChargeWorks and Flex.

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation’s Ian Learmonth will also present on clean energy investment in Australia, followed by Flow Power and Momentum Energy on responsible retail pricing in Australia’s energy crisis.

Another program highlight is the four-part presentation on the key commercial and technical developments in utility-scale solar, set to be delivered by Sustainable Energy Research Analytics’ Ben Willacy, Zenviron’s Andrew Coughlan, Array Technologies’ Ron Corio and ITP Renewables’ Clara Mazzone.

Beyond the two-day conference program is the All-Energy Australia Exhibition, which will feature live demonstrations, product releases and tailored advice from more than 120 companies from around the world.

Exhibiting companies for this year’s exhibition include Tesla, Fronius, LG, ABB Australia, NEXTracker, Clenergy, Canadian Solar Australia and many more.

New to All-Energy Australia this year, solar installers will be able to accrue 15 CPD points per attended session of the Clean Energy Council’s Solar Masterclass Series.

Organisers have scheduled a number of networking opportunities across the two days, helping delegates meet like-minded professionals from a range of visiting sectors.

The Grand Networking Event is a must-attend, along with the Clean Energy Council’s prestigious Solar Design and Installation Awards Night on Wednesday 11 October.

Visitors can maximise their time on site with the All-Energy Business Matching Program, which links visitors to products and suppliers of interest while creating a targeted conference schedule based on topics of interest.

Major event sponsors also include NEXTracker, Array Technologies, ABB Australia, One Stop Warehouse, the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources and SolarEdge.

EVENT DETAILS

All-Energy Australia Conference and Exhibition
11–12 October 2017
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

All-Energy Australia is a free-to-attend trade show and conference. To access the 2017 program and register for free, please visit the All-Energy Australia website: www.all-energy.com.au.

For more information about the program or exhibitors, please contact Cristina Natoli, Porter Novelli Melbourne, (03) 9289 9555, cnatoli@porternovelli.com.au.

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