EXHIBITORS SHOWCASE NEW TECHNOLOGY AT ALL-ENERGY AUSTRALIA

6 Oct 2014

Energy efficiency will be a key focus at this country’s most prominent clean and renewable energy event later this month, with many exhibitors providing practical ideas on minimising energy usage in the home and at work.

The exhibition space at All-Energy Australia, a free business-to-business event – to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on October 15th and 16th – will be divided into a series of energy zones or areas.

Energy efficiency and energy storage will be prominent, while solar remains well represented, as it has been since All-Energy was first staged five years ago.

More than 100 companies will be exhibiting their products and services – 35 of which are newcomers to the event.

Green Star Energy Products will use the event to introduce new technology from the UK
in the form of an energy efficient thermodynamic hot water system.

The thermodynamic panel works in all weather conditions, significantly reduces carbon emissions and can save up to 90 percent on hot water costs.

ReneSola Australia is launching a new product called the Novaplus Power Storage System, which is targeted at the camping, caravanning and boating market.

The core of the unit – which is available in two sizes – is a lithium ion battery that enables users to plug in a small PV panel, LED lights and a mobile phone, tablet or other handheld device (through one or two USB ports, depending upon the model).

Evo Energy Technologies has partnered with the German company 2G this year to bring world-class biogas cogeneration to Australia.

Biogas CHP is available from EvoET in fully customisable configurations between 50kWe and 3,000 kWe, with larger sizes available upon request.

Biogas cogeneration is suitable for use in food processing facilities and livestock and dairy farms.

Among others that stand to benefit are agribusinesses along with food waste and treatment plants.

View the full All-Energy Australia 2014 exhibitor list.

 

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Cristina Natoli
Porter Novelli
Phone: +61 (3) 9289 9555
Email: cnatoli@porternovelli.com.au

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