All-Energy Australia launches 2013 program

14 May 2013

A rich and diverse menu embracing solar, wind, marine energy, geothermal and bioenergy awaits delegates to Australia’s largest and most successful clean and renewable energy conference, highlights of which have just been released.

Other topics to be dealt with at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on October 9th and 10th include energy efficiency, power storage, transport, carbon capture and storage, and finance and investment.

The opening session at All-Energy Australia 2013 will address the energy mix of the future, while the multi-stream conference will close with a roundtable on market reform.

Delegates will also hear from specialists addressing international knowledge sharing in order to boost clean energy development.

Highly regarded keynote speakers will be drawn from around the world, with their names to be revealed closer to the event.

The conference and extensive exhibition attracts many nationalities. Last year 4,700 attended from 23 countries, up from 1,750 in its first year (2009).

All-Energy Australia Exhibition Director Anthony Reed says he anticipates that the number of attendees will continue to grow as clean and renewable energy is increasingly recognised as the best way forward.

“More than 100 speakers and in excess of 200 local and overseas exhibitors are expected to participate, with much interest from Asia, North America and Europe,” Mr Reed says.


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