Continuous conference streams at Solar 2015

Thursday, 19 February, 2015


Over 4000 solar enthusiasts are expected to converge on the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre to attend the 53rd Annual Australian Solar Council Industry Conference & Exhibition (Solar 2015).

The event, to be held from 13-14 May, features free-to-attend conference streams focusing on Australian renewable industry and innovation; market intelligence; policy and future direction; investment potential; installer best practice; innovation and research; latest products and technologies. It will deliver expert analysis and opinion and display the latest products and technologies, with a focus on energy storage, efficiency, solar hot water and efficient lighting.

The conference hosts a continuous stream of presentations from industry experts, covering diverse topics from current policy and market analysis to financing of projects and industry case studies, along with government representative updates. Professional development and training sessions will meanwhile be presented by leaders in their field.

Co-located with Solar 2015 is the free-to-attend Energy Storage Exhibition, which will showcase emerging ingenuity; the exciting world of energy independence; technology that transforms the energy sector; and the latest storage technology solutions. For more information, visit www.energystorage.org.au.

Solar 2014 attracted a record 3200+ registered delegates from 25 countries over the two days. Delegates had the opportunity to view 70 exhibitors and attend three concurrent conference streams focused on industry and policy; scientific and research; and solar installer professional development training. This year the Australian Solar Council will be organising the event independent of any international partners.

Details at a glance

What: Solar 2015 Exhibition & Conference

When: 13-14 May 2015

Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Website: www.solar2015.com.au

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