All-Energy Australia celebrates its 10th anniversary
Clean and renewable energy exhibition and conference All-Energy Australia is expected to hold its biggest event ever as it celebrates its 10th anniversary from 3–4 October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
All-Energy Australia 2017 was attended by more than 6500 renewable energy industry professionals from across the country and overseas, making it the largest attendance on record. According to Exhibition Director Robby Clark, the event’s success is reflective of the remarkable progress in the renewable energy industry.
“Last year’s attendance exceeded our expectations, with queues of people lining up to get into the plenary sessions and exhibition floor,” said Clark. “The tremendous success of the event is an indication of the rapid growth of the renewable energy industry.
“All-Energy Australia has provided the perfect venue to celebrate the industry’s successes and discuss the challenges and new market opportunities for Australia’s energy system. We’re confident that this year’s program will maintain the event’s reputation as the must-attend event for the renewable energy industry.”
This sentiment was echoed by Kane Thornton, Chief Executive of the Clean Energy Council, which is the strategic partner for the event.
“The robust conversations and meaningful connections that come from this event are of immense value to an industry in the midst of an unprecedented boom,” said Thornton.
“All-Energy Australia 2018 takes place at an important stage as we continue to work towards achieving our vision of an Australia powered by clean energy.”
This year’s All-Energy Australia is over 40% larger than the 2017 event, which means more companies showcasing innovations and emerging technologies. Over 180 companies are already confirmed to be part of the exhibitor line-up, including ABB, NEXTracker, Tesla, Fronius, Canadian Solar, SolaX Power, Array Technologies and Ecoult.
More than 180 industry leaders will meanwhile share exclusive insights and projections on how to tackle the future of the energy sector. The speaker list includes representatives from federal, state and local government, as well as the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, CSIRO, KPMG, Hydro Tasmania and Siemens.
The two-day event also includes exclusive business networking opportunities, such as the Grand Networking Event, the Clean Energy Council’s Women in Renewables lunch, the Solar Design and Installation Awards, the Power Club lounge and the Meet the Speakers social.
What: All-Energy Australia
When: 3–4 October 2018
Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
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