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The exhibitor line-up features renewable and clean energy specialists, manufacturers and suppliers - ranging from evolving start-up companies to market leaders with decades of industry experience. The line-up includes:
Elon Musk’s brainchild, Tesla, is globally renowned for energy innovation. Tesla launched the Powerwall Home Battery Storage in 2015, followed by the latest new and improved Powerwall 2 and Powerpack 2 system. The new system is the talk of the industry, after doubling the storage capacity of the original model.
An institution among electrical goods manufacturers, LG has been a stalwart of solar research since the mid ‘80s. The LG NEON range won the Intersolar Award in Europe for innovation in 2013, 2015 and 2016, as well as a range of other international awards.
As the Australian solar market turned its attention to utility-size projects, Nextracker launched its New South Wales-based solar power plant, Moree Solar Farm - the first of its kind. The US tracking specialist developed a unique foundation solution that addresses the challenging soil conditions at the site.
Renewable energy start-up Redback Technologies is focused on the advancement of low cost solar solutions and smart grid management devices for household use. Teague collaborated with Redback to create the high-performing and aesthetically pleasing Redback Smart Hybrid system.
ABB is a leader in energy storage solutions, with more than 125 years’ experience in power engineering and 10 years’ expertise in energy storage implementation. This year ABB unveiled a UNO-DM-PLUS single-phase solar inverter, featuring wireless connectivity and web-enabled software updates.
The Austrian company works in the manufacture of welding equipment, solar inverters, battery chargers and other energy devices. Fronius opened its Australian branch, based in Melbourne, in 2010 and its biggest Australian seller is the Fronius Primo series for single-phase residential systems.
With a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer Award among its many accolades, the California-headquartered company is a worldwide leader in microinverters, AC home battery storage, smart solar monitoring technologies, and now integrated AC modules from top PV manufacturers.
A newcomer to the Australian market with more than 28 years of industry experience and almost 20,000 kilometres of trackers installed. It is a leading solar tracking solutions and services provider for utility-scale projects.