All-Energy Australia focuses on clean energy transition

Tuesday, 01 October, 2019

All-Energy Australia focuses on clean energy transition

2019’s All-Energy Australia event is themed ‘Advancing Australia’s transition to a clean energy future’, showcasing more than 290 industry-leading companies and innovative start-ups demonstrating transformative energy solutions.

The industry event has been strategically developed to support and educate professionals working or investing in the renewables sector, attracting more than 8500 local and international industry visitors in 2018. Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, the event will feature 200 speakers across seven streams.

“The clean and renewable energy sector continues to grow from strength to strength as Australia continues to increase integration and reliance on these energy sources,” said Robby Clark, Exhibition Director at Reed Exhibitions Australia.

“With the industry spurring Australia’s progression to zero emissions, we are excited to be able to offer visitors access to the latest innovative clean and renewable energy solutions, on our largest exhibition floor to date.”

International energy solution suppliers

Several international energy suppliers will exhibit at the event, including:


Growatt is a global PV manufacturer that produces a range of smart energy storage solutions for on-grid and off-grid applications.

Growatt Product Manager Rex Wang commented, “As the number one residential solar inverter brand in China, Growatt is excited by the opportunity to showcase our range of solar energy solutions, from inverters to energy storage solutions for on-grid and off-grid applications, at All-Energy Australia 2019.”

Growatt will launch its battery-ready X series residential inverter, the MIN 2500-6000 TL-XH, which integrates into an existing storage system to eliminate retrofit costs and provide homeowners with an option to convert their rooftop PV systems into solar storage systems.

SMA Solar Technology

A global PV system technology specialist, SMA plans to introduce its latest energy systems for households, business and large-scale providers.

SMA Solar Technology’s John Susa said, “For [the] large-scale segment, we will launch the most powerful PV inverter, the brand new 1500 V DC-coupled Sunny Central UP, which enables significant cost reductions on transportation, installation, commissioning and service as well as operation costs of PV power plants.

“We also bring the new SMA SUNNY TRIPOWER STORAGE 60, the new battery inverter for business applications together with SMA Energy Storage Business to the Australia[n] market as the perfect solution for commercial and industrial storage solutions. SMA is committed to powering Australia by leveraging its German engineering with SMA 360° business support to contribute to both our customers’ success and a sustainable green future.”

Energy market solutions and solar battery system solutions

Aligning with the transition to cleaner and more renewable energy practices and Australia’s increasing adoption of solar energy solutions, many exhibitors will display their energy market solutions.

Redback Technologies CEO Patrick Matweew explained that Redback’s presence at All-Energy Australia will focus on showcasing the company’s advanced energy solutions. “We’re excited to show our next generation of advanced energy solutions at this year’s All-Energy Australia,” he said.

“Redback is offering a whole new suite of data-enabled products and features that create value for a wide variety of customers in the energy markets, including consumers. Our team will be demonstrating the capabilities of the Redback Energy Platform, which includes virtual power plants, embedded networks, network safety and much more.”

sonnen will showcase its sonnenBatterie, which is designed in Germany and made in Elizabeth, South Australia.

sonnen’s Nathan Dunn said, “In addition to sharing more about the sonnenBatterie eco 9.53 hybrid, which has been certified as Australian made, we will also be launching a new partner training program called sonnenAcademy. The timing of this program’s launch coincides with our celebration of the first anniversary of our production facility in Elizabeth.”

SENEC Australia will launch a new model of its award-winning solar battery storage system.

“The SENEC.Home V3 is engineered for unlimited recharging solar cycles and boasts a game-changing 20-year product warranty,” said SENEC Australia Director Sven Albersmeier-Braun.

“The V3 can be connected to solar modules directly, bringing the total installation cost down, proving to be an incredible asset to Australian homes with solar panels.”

Innovative start-ups

All-Energy Australia will provide visitors with access to the latest emerging technologies from several energy start-ups, including:

Newton Aqua

Newtown Aqua is a renewable water and energy solutions supplier.

“Newton Aqua is an innovative clean technology company that specialises in the generation of renewable energy and the desalination of water,” Managing Director James McLaren explained. “This exhibition is an excellent opportunity to showcase our unique technologies to industry, potential customers and the general public. It is our mission to apply our innovative renewable technologies to supply the world with clean, reliable and affordable water and energy.”

Proa Analytics

Proa Analytics is a solar energy forecasting solution provider.

Co-Founder and Managing Director Matthew Jeppesen explained, “Proa will demonstrate our state-of-the-art solar forecasting services at All-Energy Australia 2019, which are particularly relevant for solar farms.

“An Australian company founded in 2016, Proa is the first company to provide solar farm self-forecasts that are used by AEMO in dispatch. These forecasts are crucial for solar farms to manage their operations, improve their integration into the power system and reduce costs. The whole team at Proa is looking forward to engaging with visitors to All-Energy, showcasing our ARENA-funded solar farm forecasting project and demonstrating the sky camera technology that helps us to produce our accurate forecasts.”

Australian launch of UK battery system solutions + Shane Warne appearance

Founded in the UK seven years ago and achieving the largest market share for solar systems installed in the UK since June, Social Energy will launch its Australian presence.

“At Social Energy, we’ve had Australia as a critical market on our roadmap for dynamic energy storage for a number of years,” Marketing Director Daniel Mahoney said.

“Now, off the back of taking over 50% market share in the UK of the solar coupled storage industry, we’re extremely excited to be launching our operations in Australia, alongside our partner Duracell, exclusively at All-Energy Australia. 23 October will mark our official launch in the Australian market, with a world-leading management team already in place for Social Energy Australia.

“We will be showcasing the Duracell Energy Bank v2, connected to our domestic VPP platform, capable of cutting customers’ electricity bills by up to 70%. Our launch celebrations continue with a night-time event on the 23rd with a special appearance from our shareholder and brand ambassador Shane Warne. We look forward to seeing many faces from the industry and revealing the future of energy storage and electric vehicle charging throughout AEA.”

What: All-Energy Australia
When: 23–24 October 2019
Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Click here for free registration. Visitors will also have access to the co-located Energy Efficiency Expo and Waste Expo Australia.

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