Record registrations for All-Energy Australia 2015

2 Oct 2015

Strong registrations ahead of All-Energy Australia indicate that this year’s edition will be one of the most successful in the event’s seven year history, according to Reed Exhibitions Australia Executive Director John Gorton.

“We are pleased to report record pre-event registration figures, which is testament to the strategic partnership between All-Energy Australia and the Clean Energy Council, the comprehensive range of local and international exhibitors and the first-class conference program,” said Mr Gorton.

“The calibre of this year’s speakers and exhibitors is outstanding, and cements All-Energy Australia’s legacy as the single meeting point of Australia’s renewable energy industry thought leaders and industry innovators from all sectors.”

“Delegates at the free-to-attend conference will have access to the latest findings and experiences in this rapidly changing sector, including the all enhanced Energy Storage stream that offers detailed sessions on both days.”

The Energy Storage stream will feature high profile speakers, including representatives from Worley Parsons Global, AECOM, Fronius, Enphase Energy, Ergon Energy, Reposit Power, DNV and Ampetus Energy.

Another highlight will be the Grand Closing Plenary Debate, which will see Alternative Technology Association’s Craig Memery host a panel debate titled Demand, Reliability, New Technologies and Regulatory Reform – the future network.

State and federal representatives will be in attendance over the two days, including Opposition Leader the Hon. Bill Shorten MP, Victorian Minister for Energy and Resources the Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio MP and Liberal Shadow Minister for Innovation, Energy and Resources and Renewables David Southwick MP. 

ARENA Chairman Greg Bourne will host the event’s Opening Plenary, which features the international keynote from Former CEO RWE nPower Volker Beckers followed by the C-level panel debating the future of the clean energy evolution and revolution.

Industry members will be able to register onsite throughout both days for conference sessions and exhibition entry, however pre-registration is recommended.


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