2014 Conference: Call for Papers
Australia's largest clean and renewable energy conference & exhibition, All-Energy Australia, will return with a greater platform of alternative energy technologies and more diverse selection of educational content to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on the 15th and 16th of October 2014.
The All-Energy Australia conference is a multi-track, two-day event focused on renewable and clean energy project development, technology, and policy and finance issues. The free-to-attend business-to-business conference aims to help build valuable partnerships within the industry and further carve the path towards a cleaner and alternative energy future.
The All-Energy Australia conference committee invites anyone who feels they can contribute to the conference to submit an abstract or paper proposal for consideration by the 24th of April 2014. All submissions will be reviewed by a select committee between the 28th of April and 16th of May. Successful entrants will be notified on the 20th of May 2014.
You will be able to express an interest in following areas:
- Electric Vehicles
- Energy Efficiency
- Fuel Cell
- Future Grid
- Hybrid Energy
- Marine Energy
- Power Storage
- Project Development
- Small Scale Renewables
- Smart Grid
- Solar – Domestic
- Solar - PV
- Solar – Thermal
- Solar – Utility Scale
- Waste to Energy
- Wave& Tidal
- Wind Energy
To be considered as a Speaker, Workshop Leader and/or a Chairperson for the All-Energy Australia 2014 conference, first you'll need to create an account here.
Please then follow the instructions to submit your details in the 'add an abstract' tab. You will need to fill in basic information first before being allowed to attach a full abstract /expression of interest and any other supporting documents.
If you have any questions in terms of the submission please email email@example.com.
Your presentation paper should be exclusive to All-Energy Australia 2014, and not one that has been presented at a previous All-Energy Australia conference or similar forum.