Success of All Energy Australia 2023 Highlighted by Unprecedented Turnout

All Energy 2023 show floor

The nation’s largest clean energy event, All Energy Australia 2023, has come to a close, leaving a lasting impact on Australia’s clean energy sector. All Energy was held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre over two bustling days. The event set a new record with over 11,500 unique visitors in attendance, showcasing the industry’s unwavering commitment to sustainable power generation.

A powerhouse of ideas and insights

This year’s All Energy Australia proved to be a hub of innovation and knowledge, presenting the latest advancements in the clean energy sector. It provided a unique platform for industry leaders, professionals, and enthusiasts to converge, explore, learn, and collaborate.

Diverse attractions and engaging speakers

The event featured a diverse array of installations and attractions. Highlights included solar panel garages, AI-generated robots, remote-controlled car races, and even a visit from Her Royal Highness, Princess Astrid of Belgium. Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at RX Global, expressed his delight with the increased attendance, “The two days were truly incredible with exhibition halls constantly busy and conference sessions at standing room only. With our exhibitor numbers up 21% and our conference growing substantially, the overwhelming response from attendees underscores the industry’s thirst for knowledge, collaboration, and innovation.”

Kane Thornton, CEO of the Clean Energy Council, added, “This has been a massive step up from last year to this year and we think it’s just going to keep on growing. It’s the biggest exhibition for the entire clean energy industry with over 400 exhibitors showcasing their latest products alongside a fantastic speaker program.”

“One of the highlights for me was some of the extraordinary technologies on display in the exhibition hall with really exciting new technologies that make it easier to install and electrify people’s homes, that gives a lot of benefit to householders who are just trying to do the right thing, go solar, electrify their home, lower their power bills and make a contribution to saving the planet,” Thornton concluded.

Showcasing cutting-edge technologies

Industry giants like Tesla, BayWa r.e., Raystech Group, Schneider Electric, and SolarEdge Technologies, alongside many others, offered exclusive access to cutting-edge technologies, insights, and trends shaping the future of sustainable power generation. Stephen Ruskin, Sales VP of Australia for exhibitor FranklinWH, praised the event’s atmosphere, “I’ve been coming to All Energy for close to 10 years now and I really feel that this year, in particular, has been one of the most successful I’ve seen for attendance.”

“I think it’s vital to be here as an exhibitor and if you’re a vendor or a manufacturer of any particular brand, I think you really need to be involved with All Energy Australia,” stated Ruskin.

Collaboration and innovation

Doris Spielthenner, Managing Director Australia & Regional Manager APAC SMA Solar Technology AG, highlighted the importance of the event for the industry, “All Energy Australia is really important to the industry because it’s a place for us to come together and network but also talk about the latest technology advances and figure out how we can tackle the energy transition together.”

In-depth conference sessions

The conference featured over 400 expert speakers covering a diverse range of themes, from decarbonisation and electric vehicles to solar PV, hydrogen, grid integration, security, and reliability. Keynote speakers like Darren Miller, CEO of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, emphasised the critical role of the industrial sector in reducing carbon emissions.

Kristin Tilley, Australia’s Ambassador for Climate Change, highlighted decarbonisation as a key focus of the COP28 climate talks.

Energy management and sustainability

The event included the Energy Management Zone, supported by the Energy Efficiency Council, showcasing sustainable solutions for improved energy management and cost savings. The CEC Solar Masterclass offered valuable insights to solar designers and installers, enhancing the event’s educational value.

A path to a greener future

All Energy Australia 2023 fostered knowledge, innovation, and a collective commitment to shaping a cleaner, more sustainable energy landscape. As the event concluded, the industry was left inspired, motivated, and united, ready to embark on a future powered by renewable energy.

Planning is now underway for the 2024 edition, set to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from October 23-24, 2024.

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