Industry leaders convene at All-Energy Australia

by Tiffany Paczek
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With less than a week to go until 2018 All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference, more than 240 leading domestic and international companies have confirmed attendance including first-time exhibitors LG Chem, Samsung SDI, GoodWe Power and SoltecTrackers.

The two-day event brings together specialists with a professional or commercial interest in the energy sector to collaborate and discover through the delivery of free conference sessions, product demonstrations and networking events.

This year the exhibition has increased by 40 percent to accommodate a larger showcase of the latest technologies and solutions in renewable energy generation and supply. Exhibitors will range from evolving start-up companies, market leaders and new entrants that are shaping the local energy sector.

For the first time, international technology manufacturers LG Chem and Samsung SDI will attend the event to introduce the latest enhanced battery systems for energy storage systems (ESS) and automotive vehicles.

Sunlight conversion and tracking will also be a focus at the event with leading manufacturers GoodWe Power and Soltec showcasing advancements in solar photovoltaic (PV) inverters and trackers.

All-Energy Australia exhibition director, Robby Clark, says to mark the event’s tenth year running, visitors can expect to see many first-time exhibitors on the exhibition floor, including new industry start-ups.

“There are big changes in the energy sector with many start-ups entering the industry. We are excited to be able to provide a platform to new start-ups who bring interesting innovations to the energy sector,” he says.

“To celebrate our ten-year milestone this year’s exhibition will have the most comprehensive line-up to date with more than 240 exhibitors on the exhibition floor.”

“The conference gives visitors a chance to hear the latest in grid integration, hydrogen projects and smart grid security – an area that is set to shake up the energy industry,” Clark concludes.

Other industry heavyweights to map out the exhibition floor include ABB Australia, Array Technologies, BayWare Renewable Energy, BYD, Clenergy, CSIRO, Ecoult, Flex PowerPlay, Fronius, GoodWe Power, HAUWEI, Jinko Solar, Longi Solar, NEXTracker, NSEW Energy, One Stop Warehouse, Powerark Solar, Pylon Tech, Risen Solar Technology, Solar Edge, Solax Power, Soltec, Sungrow, Tesla Motors and Victoria State Government.

A series of networking events will also run across the two days, helping speakers and exhibitors meet like-minded professionals in the industry, including ‘The Grand Networking Event’, ‘Meet the Speakers Social’ and a ‘Women in Renewables Luncheon’.

Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, All-Energy Australia is co-located with Waste Expo Australia to form the nation’s most significant showcase for the waste, recycling, renewable energy and energy efficiency industry.

All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference will run from Wednesday 3 to Thursday 4 October 2018 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. To register for the free-to-attend exhibition, visit www.all-energy.com.au.

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