Clean energy event returns to Melbourne this October

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Clean energy event returns to Melbourne this October

With an extensive pipeline of renewable energy and hydrogen projects and strong demand for rooftop solar and battery storage, the growth of renewable energy in Australia is showing no sign of slowing down. For this reason, All-Energy Australia is gearing up for a face-to-face event this October in Melbourne to continue supporting the industry’s growth and accelerating the transition to a renewable energy future.

This free-to-attend exhibition and conference, organised in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, is where renewable energy professionals can get exclusive access to the latest technologies and trends, and discuss the opportunities and challenges in the sector. As one of the industry’s largest all-encompassing clean energy events, the expo floor will feature over 150 leading companies including Growatt, Enphase Energy, Clenergy, SMA, Krannich, Fronius, Canadian Solar, Array Technologies, Huawei, Sunman and Red Earth Energy Storage.

“The 2021 event takes place at a crucial time in our country where Australia’s clean energy transition is more important than ever. All-Energy Australia provides a platform for the industry to connect visitors with leading suppliers on our exhibition floor and drive conversations about the future of renewables at our multi-stream conference,” Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at All-Energy Australia, said.

With the conference agenda to be announced in September, this year’s program will have more than 170 expert speakers discussing the latest in solar energy, energy storage, hydrogen energy, electric vehicles, bioenergy, distributed energy resources and more. All-Energy Australia will also host the Clean Energy Council’s Solar Masterclass, a one-stop shop for installers to get their fix of expert advice on the big design and installation issues facing the rooftop solar industry.

The health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and staff is All-Energy Australia’s number one priority.

The organisers of the event are actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it evolves and working with the venue and relevant authorities to ensure the event will have the highest health and safety protocols in place.

At a glance

All-Energy Australia

27–28 October 2021

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Free registration is available at

Originally published here.

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