Photo Credit: Neoen Energy — Griffith Solar Farm, New South Wales
More than 200 world-class speakers will present at All-Energy Australia 2019, delivering two days of free, presentations across a seven stream conference program. The sessions will cover the latest innovations, energy policy, government initiatives and project developments across solar and wind energy, energy storage and more.
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OTHER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
SOLAR MASTERCLASS SERIES
The Clean Energy Council's Solar Masterclass Series provides a one-stop shop for solar installers to get their fix of expert advice on the big design and installation issues facing the industry. Designers are encouraged to attend to hear the latest updates on standards and compliance issues. Attendance is free and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points are available for eligible installers.
WOMEN IN RENEWABLES
As part of the Clean Energy Council’s commitment to encourage women in the renewable energy sector to take on leadership roles, All-Energy Australia hosts the Women in Renewables lunch every year to recognise and connect the many talented women in the industry. This is an opportunity for those in the renewable energy industry to come together to shine a spotlight on the accomplishments of women.
DNV GL ALL-ENERGY BREAKFAST
Join DNV GL at All-Energy Australia 2019 in the complimentary breakfast session, Power Supply & Use, Forecast to 2050. This industry implication report, part of DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook series, presents implications of our energy forecast to 2050 for key stakeholders involved in electricity generaion, including renewables; electricity transmission and distribution; and energy use. As seats will be limited, booking is required.
LIVE RENEWECONOMY PODCAST
RenewEconomy, Australia’s best informed and most read website focusing on clean energy news and analysis, will once again host a live podcast at All-Energy Australia. Join RenewEconomy’s Sophie Vorrath, Solar Analytics’ Nigel Morris, as well as special guests at the Expo Floor Theatre 2.
The Enphase IQ system is the world's safest solar technology, that includes rapid shutdown safety features. Most of you have already experienced that IQ difference that delivers more power to your customers. It Is also a stepping stone to what’s next in solar: The path to grid independence with IQ and Ensemble. Attend this free-to-attend workshop on Day 1, Wednesday, 23 October 2019.
SUNMAN BREAKFAST SESSION
Over 40% of commercial rooftops in Australia are not engineered to take the weight of conventional solar panels. SunMan’s lightweight solar panel will open up this market. Innovation in installation procedure will reduce installation time by 40% helping the market reduce turnkey EPC cost. The technology has the durability of glass while being 70% lighter. In this breakfast session, Dr Shi will present this world's first innovation in solar module design.
PV MAGAZINE'S QUALITY ROUNDTABLE 2019
PV Magazine, the magazine for the international photovoltaics community, will host a roundtable discussion on Day 1 of All-Energy Australia. The session "Taking action on substandard solar: product testing, fault detection, warranty claims and glass-glass modules under discussion" will include panel discussions of real-world cases of poor quality rooftop and utility-scale PV projects, and presentations on quality and installation trends in the Australian rooftop market.
INTERESTED IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY?
All-Energy Australia will be co-located with a new trade exhibition and conference, Energy Efficiency Expo. Held in partnership with the Energy Efficiency Council, Energy Efficiency Expo's conference program will feature more than 80 expert speakers discussing energy management fundamentals and strategies for businesses, manufacturers, food processors, local government, commercial building owners and residential builders.
INTERESTED IN WASTE-TO-ENERGY?
All-Energy Australia will once again run alongside Waste Expo Australia, the country's largest free-to-attend conference and exhibition for waste management and wastewater treatment industries. The conference program will focus on five targeted areas including collections, resource recovery, landfill & transfer stations, waste-to-energy and wastewater and will showcase the 'future of waste and recycling' in Australia.
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