2013 Conference: Call for Papers
As the energy landscape continues to evolve, Australia’s leading clean and renewable energy show, All-Energy Australia, returns to Melbourne on the 9th and 10th of October with a greater diversity of offerings.
Showcasing the contribution of renewable energy, clean energy, sustainability and energy efficiency to Australia’s energy mix, this free-to-attend business to business exhibition and conference looks to help build valuable partnerships and create pathways to a cleaner and alternative energy future.
In 2012, All-Energy Australia attracted more than 4,500 visitors to an exhibition of over 270 clean energy companies alongside a multi-stream conference across 2 days.
The 2013 event is set to build on this success and deliver first class content and value. All-Energy Australia 2013 will co-locate with Australian Sustainability Conference & Exhibition and Waste Expo in 2013 to form Australia’s most significant showcase for the clean energy, sustainability, waste and recycling industries.
The All-Energy Australia conference committee invites anyone who feels they can contribute to the conference to submit an abstract for consideration by the 17th of May 2013. Particular areas of consideration will be paid to presentations around project development, technology, policy and finance issues relating to renewable energy and energy efficiency, as well as clean energy initiatives.
Areas of focus for presentations may include:
- All-encompassing clean and renewable energy systems
- Carbon Capture and Storage
- Solar Energy PV & Concentrated solar thermal
- Utility scale generation
- Wind Energy
- Marine energy
- Energy Storage
- Hybrid Energy
- Smart Grid & Smart Cities
The committee invites anyone who feels they can contribute to the Conference to express their interest by the 17th May 2013. To be considered as a speaker for the All-Energy Australia 2013 Conference please contact Ana Maria Faust at email@example.com with the title of your presentation and a brief 200 word description of your presentation. Please send your abstract and a summary CV in Word or PDF format.
Ideally, your paper should be exclusive to All-Energy Australia 2013, and not one that has been presented at another conference.