Call for Abstracts 2015

 

NOW OPEN

2015 Conference:  Call for Abstracts

The largest clean energy and renewables event in Australia is returning to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in 2015 and is seeking key contributors to deliver thought provoking content at the next conference.
 
All-Energy Australia invites those that wish to be considered as a conference speaker or facilitator to submit their interest.

All-Energy Australia attracts over 4,500 visitors each year 3,000 of which attend the free conference sessions which run over the two days. The multi-streamed conference agenda covers a mixture of topic themes including renewable and clean energy sector opportunities, their challenges and needs for success as well as showcasing the latest in technology innovation. View the 2014 Conference Program.
 
Becoming a speaker means you will join a network of influential thought leaders promoting the sectors current innovations, future potential and bringing real time solutions and dialogue to the room to address the renewable and clean energy future for Australia.

Important Information:
All abstracts should be limited to 350 words and summarise the content focus of the presentation. Please ensure a short biography is supplied as well as an indicated topic theme.

Please note the deadline for abstract submission is 5pm 24th April 2015 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST). Abstracts will be reviewed by the All-Energy Australia conference committee and presenters will be notified by the 15th of May 2015.

Your presentation paper should be exclusive to All-Energy Australia 2015, and not one that has been presented at a previous All-Energy Australia conference or similar forum.

Presentations are allocated between 15-20 minutes plus questions and answers.

To submit your abstract please follow this link to our submission page.

Opening Times
Wednesday 7 October  2015 8.30am – 5.00pm
Thursday 8 October 2015 8.30am – 5.00pm

Registration opens 8.00am

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