ALL-EN­ERGY AUS­TRALIA 2013

Element - - Clean Technology -

A rich and di­verse menu em­brac­ing so­lar, wind, marine en­ergy, geo­ther­mal and bioen­ergy awaits del­e­gates to Aus­tralia’s largest and most suc­cess­ful clean and re­new­able en­ergy con­fer­ence - the All-En­ergy 2013. Other top­ics to be dealt with at the Melbourne Con­ven­tion and Ex­hi­bi­tion Cen­tre on Oc­to­ber 9 &10 in­clude en­ergy ef­fi­ciency, power stor­age, trans­port, car­bon cap­ture and stor­age, and fi­nance and in­vest­ment. The open­ing ses­sion at All-En­ergy Aus­tralia 2013 will ad­dress the en­ergy mix of the fu­ture, while the multi-stream con­fer­ence will close with a roundtable on mar­ket re­form. Del­e­gates will also hear from spe­cial­ists ad­dress­ing in­ter­na­tional knowl­edge shar­ing in or­der to boost clean en­ergy de­vel­op­ment. Highly re­garded key­note speak­ers will be drawn from around the world, with their names to be re­vealed closer to the event. The con­fer­ence and ex­ten­sive ex­hi­bi­tion at­tracts many na­tion­al­i­ties. Last year 4,700 at­tended from 23 coun­tries, up from 1,750 in its first year (2009). All-En­ergy Aus­tralia ex­hi­bi­tion di­rec­tor An­thony Reed says he an­tic­i­pates that the num­ber of at­ten­dees will con­tinue to grow as clean and re­new­able en­ergy is in­creas­ingly recog­nised as the best way for­ward. “More than 100 speak­ers and in ex­cess of 200 lo­cal and over­seas ex­hibitors are ex­pected to par­tic­i­pate, with much in­ter­est from Asia, North Amer­ica and Europe,” Mr Reed says. More about Allm En­ergy Aus­tralia egfd can be found at allmen­er­gyl­com­lau

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