Clean Energy takes centre stage
All-energy Australia is one of the world’s most significant platforms for the clean and renewable energy industry in 2017. Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, Australia’s largest clean and renewable energy event will showcase 120 world-class speakers, and feature 120 domestic and international exhibiting companies.
Two days of exclusive presentations, workshops, displays and demonstrations across a six-stream program will focus on the evolving energy landscape, its future and new market realities for Australia’s energy system.
Clean Energy Council chief executive Kane Thornton said the recent boom in the sector is unprecedented, which means this year’s All-energy Australia will be critical for delegates who are seeking an insight into the future path of Australia’s energy market.
“Following a record-breaking year, All-energy Australia is the perfect platform for looking ahead to 2018 and beyond,” said Mr Thornton.
All-energy Australia Exhibition director Robby Clark believes that All-energy Australia will set the stage for further growth and prosperity for the clean and renewable energy industry.
“With so many sector leaders under one roof, this event will highlight the ways in which our energy sector is tackling the future, balancing the needs for clean, efficient renewable energy with practical demands for constant supply,” said Mr Clark.
Delegates will also have the opportunity to develop personal connections at exclusive business networking events, and to build their skill base with programs such as the Clean Energy Council’s Solar Masterclass series.
World class speakers
This year’s conference program features some of the industry’s most respected sectoral leaders, sharing their expertise, advice and projections in three key focus areas:
• Smart Cities: As energy grid technology continues its rapid evolution, renewable energy and energy storage is becoming central in the creation of new, smarter cities. The conference will explore this transformation.
• Energy Storage: Batteries are the new game-changer in the contemporary energy debate. All-energy Australia will focus on the technology’s emergence at all levels: household, commercial and grid, and how Australia can unlock the potential of these emerging technologies in the current environment.
• Utilities: As clean energy investment continues to rise, utilities must adapt to market demands. The transformation of existing utility models will be discussed and industry leaders will outline how to balance these with consumer expectations.
The conference program will cover the latest Government initiatives, smart grid power systems, project development in wind, solar and bioenergy, electric vehicles, energy storage and efficiency, new technologies and more.
The event is also co-located with Waste Expo Australia, the country’s premier event for the waste and resource recovery industry.