SunEdison An All-Energy Australia 2015 Sponsor

All Energy Australia 2015 - SunEdison

All-Energy Australia 2015 is just a week away and this year the event promises to be bigger than ever.

One of the most important dates on the local clean energy sector calendar, 2015’s All-Energy program will focus on technology and innovation; with experts and exhibitors from Australia and around the world participating.

Leader of the Opposition and Federal Member for Maribyrnong, the Hon. Bill Shorten MP, will deliver the Federal Ministerial Welcome at the event; which is being held 7-8 October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

International keynotes will be delivered by Mr Volker Beckers and the Rt Hon. John Gummer, Lord Deben; who was the UK’s longest serving Secretary of State for the Environment. The two speakers will discuss the role of industry and government in the future of renewables and clean energy.

Running in tandem with conference sessions will be an exhibition with over 100 exhibitors presenting their renewable and clean energy, sustainable transport and energy efficiency solutions.

 SunEdison Australia is a Silver Sponsor of All-Energy this year and will be showcasing the new SunEdison 265W P-series panel, residential energy storage systems and also financial products that are helping its partners assist more Australian households and businesses to reap the benefits of going solar for $0 up-front. The SunEdison Australia team can be found at stand 1510.

All-Energy Australia’s partnership with the Clean Energy Council  is providing Professional Development and ATRAA sessions for installers during the event, free of charge. New sessions this year delve into small scale technologies and the potential of residential and commercial energy storage projects.

Next Thursday night is the ATRAA Dinner, the renewable industry’s gala event. Award winning actor, presenter and entertainer Shane Jacobson will be MC and Clean Energy Council Solar Design and Installation award winners will be announced during the evening.

Admission to the exhibition and conference is free of charge to those with a professional and/or commercial interest in clean and renewable energy.

For further details of All Energy Australia 2015 including registration, session details, workshops and exhibitors, click here.