Press Releases

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  • 6 Oct 2014
    EXHIBITORS SHOWCASE NEW TECHNOLOGY AT ALL-ENERGY AUSTRALIA

    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...

  • 3 Oct 2014
    “NUCLEAR” OKAY, BUT FUSION ENERGY IS BETTER

    Australia should sink more resources into pursuing a fusion-led energy future, according to one of the world’s leading advocates in the field. The Head of the Plasma Research Laboratory at the Australia National University, Professor John Howard, says fusion is...

  • 3 Oct 2014
    “NUCLEAR” IS NOT A DIRTY WORD

    By 2030 literally dozens of small, modular nuclear reactors will be dotted around Australia, according to a leading world energy authority. In welcoming the federal government’s Energy Green Paper, Tony Irwin, Chairman of Engineers Australia’s Nuclear Engineering Panel, said...

  • 11 Sep 2014
    ENERGY SAVINGS BEING STYMIED BY BUSINESS

    It is time the business sector was “emboldened” and “stopped dragging its heels” on energy savings and innovation, according to a leading industry consultant. Bob Sharon, CEO of Green Global Solutions, who will address All-Energy Australia 2014 at the Melbourne Convention and...

  • 27 Aug 2014
    WISE UP AUSTRALIA

    WORLD ENERGY ADVOCATE PUTS US ON NOTICE Australia “needs to act smarter” when it comes to setting direction for energy policy, according to a global leader in the area, who is heading Down Under shortly. Mark Higgins, Senior Director of the California Energy Storage...

  • 4 Aug 2014
    CLEAN AND RENEWABLE ENERGY INDUSTRY ON A KNIFE EDGE

    The clean energy sector faces a difficult future unless it transforms. It is a case of collaborate or die. That will be one of the key messages sent to delegates attending All-Energy Australia at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on October 15th and 16th. Greg Pope, Business Manager...

  • 4 Aug 2014
    CALL TO BAN LARGE AUSSIE POWER STATIONS

    GLOBAL HEAD CALLS THEM “UNWIELDY” One of the world’s leaders in clean technology, sustainability and innovation – who will soon visit Australia for the first time – has advocated this country immediately introduce a system of decentralised power grids and save billions of...

  • 12 Jun 2014
    FOUR PILLARS COMBINE TO FORM AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST SUSTAINABILITY EVENT

    Reed Exhibitions Australia, in association with Brooks Events and Inter-Water Events, is excited to announce the launch of a new sustainability ‘mega event’ in Melbourne. For the first time, Australian Sustainability Week will showcase all aspects of sustainability, attracting more than 300 exhibitors and 8,000...

  • 12 Jun 2014
    ALL-ENERGY AUSTRALIA EXPANDS IN 2014

    For the first time in its six year history, Australia’s largest and most successful clean and renewable energy event – All-Energy Australia – will offer seven concurrent conference sessions throughout its two days. Featuring more than 150 leading international and local...

  • 19 Nov 2013
    NEW WATER INDUSTRY EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE

    To co-locate with All-Energy Australia, Australia's sustainability in business and Waste Expo in October 2014 Reed Exhibitions Australia and Brooks Events today announced a partnership with Inter-Water Events, organiser of Inter-Water Australia, a new national water...

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