All-Energy Australia confirms themes and first expert speakers

by Sophie Berrill
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All-Energy Australia confirms themes and first expert speakers

All-Energy Australia, Australia’s largest clean energy event, has announced the key topics and expert speakers coming to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre this October.

Taking place over 26-27 October 2022, this year’s program features eight different conference streams. There will be over 200 expert speakers across 10 stages and more sessions than ever before.

The full program is still to be announced. RX Global, the event organisers, have confirmed the major topics that will be covered as part of the agenda. 

2022 themes

  • grid scale energy, 
  • digitisation,
  • community and local energy,
  • hydrogen,
  • electric vehicles,
  • decarbonisation,
  • first nations energy,
  • long duration storage,
  • bioenergy,
  • future grid,
  • offshore wind energy,
  • power purchase agreements,
  • energy management; and 
  • distributed energy resources.

Just some of the expert speakers who will be covering these issues include Penelope Howarth from the climate change branch at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Grace Young, chief innovation officer at Wattwatchers, Greg Hannan, head of network strategy and non-network solutions for CitiPower, Powercor and United Energy, and Helen Rowe, transport program manager for the Climateworks Centre.

With over 10,500 attendees from across the energy sector slated to attend, the event is an opportunity for anyone in the industry to hear about the latest trends, news, research and technologies. It’s also a critical platform for relationship building.

The expo will be a welcome return to an in-person event for the renewable energy industry at a critical juncture for Australia’s energy transformation. 

All-Energy Australia is free to attend, with VIP passes also available.  Anyone interested in attending the event, can register here.

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