All-Energy Australia 2023: Shaping the Future of Clean Energy

Australia is poised to establish a robust and dynamic clean energy sector that not only embodies scale and innovation but also underscores its potential to mould the future of sustainable power generation.

As the nation translates ambition into reality, the unveiling of All-Energy Australia 2023, the country’s most highly anticipated clean energy event, illuminates the path towards sustainability and innovation.

Against this backdrop, individuals and businesses exploring avenues for clean energy integration may find valuable insights. For those interested in navigating the evolving landscape, consulting with Energy Matters can provide tailored perspectives, ensuring a seamless transition toward sustainable power. Consider reaching out for free solar quotes that align with Australia’s ongoing efforts to shape a greener, more resilient energy future.

All-Energy Australia 2023: Bigger and Better

Scheduled for October 25-26 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, this annual congregation has earned its reputation as an essential platform for industry leaders and professionals to explore, learn, and collaborate.

In partnership with the Clean Energy Council, All-Energy Australia presents an unrivalled opportunity for attendees to stay at the forefront of the renewable energy sector. As the preeminent clean energy event in the country, it offers exclusive access to cutting-edge technologies, insights, and trends, catering to individuals involved in renewable energy.

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The event’s significance is highlighted by impressive statistics: Over 10,000 industry visitors, 385+ exhibitors, including notable suppliers like Tesla, BayWa r.e., Raystech Group, Schneider Electric, and SolarEdge Technologies, 250+ expert speakers, and over 100 hours of learning opportunities spanning themes such as decarbonisation, electric vehicles, solar PV, hydrogen, grid integration, security, and reliability.

Expert speakers to take the stage

The 2023 All-Energy Australia conference presents an impressive lineup of expert speakers, both national and international, who will delve into the latest developments, trends, and projections in the energy sector across various themes and stages.

Leading the roster of expert presenters is Powin President Anthony Carroll, drawing on his extensive expertise in the renewable energy industry in the United States to discuss the Waratah Super Battery, the world’s largest battery located in Australia, alongside CEO of Akaysha Energy, Nick Carter.

Julie-Anna Smith, Head of Energy Transition & Sustainability Bureau at Veritas, will address the critical importance of developing a credible and transparent hydrogen certification scheme for Australia to achieve its export objectives. Meanwhile, David Desfosses, Smart Grid Solutions Lead at Tractebel, will examine how the implementation of Microgrids can mitigate Australia’s Energy Trilemma, drawing on global examples like the OYA project in South Africa.

A culmination of the renewable energy industry’s vision

Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at RX Global, emphasises that All-Energy Australia reflects the phenomenal growth and impact of the clean energy sector, evolving into the influential gathering it is today.

“It’s more than just an event; it’s a comprehensive ecosystem where industry leaders, professionals, and innovators converge to shape the future of clean energy,” remarks Robby Clark. “If you’re in the industry, attending All-Energy Australia is not a choice – it’s a necessity.”

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The conference’s opening day will feature a fireside chat with Victorian Minister for Climate Action & Minister for Energy and Resources, Lily D’Ambrosio, and CEO of the Clean Energy Council, Kane Thornton, followed by a keynote address from ARENA CEO Darren Miller and a panel discussion featuring CEO of Infrastructure Victoria, Dr Jonathan Spear.

Kane Thornton, CEO of the Clean Energy Council, emphasizes that steering the course toward a cleaner energy future demands celebrating achievements and enhancing collaboration, a role that All-Energy Australia effectively fulfils for the sector.

“We’ve never had an event of this magnitude for the clean energy industry in Australia,” Kane Thornton remarks. “In 2023, All-Energy Australia will educate attendees on the latest industry developments and help them grasp the current state of the industry and the challenges that demand significant attention in the years ahead.”

Energy Management Zone

In response to the growing emphasis on sustainable energy management, All-Energy Australia introduces an Energy Management Zone, supported by the Energy Efficiency Council. This dedicated zone will host sessions throughout both days, spotlighting sustainable solutions that drive improved energy management and substantial cost savings.

The 2023 edition also brings forth an enhanced CEC Solar Masterclass, catering to solar designers and installers seeking expert guidance and professional growth. Attendance is free and offers CPD points for eligible installers who engage with each session.

Notably, All-Energy Australia is also co-located with Waste Expo Australia, forming a compelling and comprehensive showcase of clean energy and sustainability. This unique synergy amplifies the event’s impact, offering attendees a multifaceted perspective on the path to a greener and more sustainable future.

Register for All-Energy Australia

The complete agenda for All-Energy Australia 2023 and registration details for this free-to-attend event are available at Visitors also have the opportunity to upgrade to a VIP experience, promising an immersive journey that shapes the future of clean energy in Australia.

Don’t miss the chance to be part of this groundbreaking event!

Dates: 25-26 October 2023

Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC

Entry: FREE, click the button below to register

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