Virtual Conference

Photo Credit: Infigen — Walkaway Wind Farm, WA

All-Energy Australia's first virtual conference was held across six weeks from 6 October - 12 November 2020. In partnership with the Clean Energy Council, the free-to-attend conference featured 18 high-calibre sessions and more than 70 leading expert speakers discussing the latest developments, opportunities and challenges facing the clean energy sector.


If you missed any of our virtual sessions, you can watch the video recordings for free.

Accelerating a Green Economic Recovery

Australian Made: The Challenges and Opportunities

Renewable Energy Exports: Exploring Australia's Opportunity to Export Energy

Inter-Regional Collaboration

Decoding Decentralisation Reform

The Two-Sided Market: The Technology Required

Energy Storage: Residential & Commercial

The Road Ahead for Residential and Commercial Solar

Australia’s Hydrogen Future

Ammonia Energy: Hydrogen’s Dark Horse?

Decarbonisation of Australia’s Gas Network

Decarbonisation of Industry

pv magazine's Insight on Quality: Are Warranties Worth the Paper They’re Written On?

Integrating DER into the Grid

Electric Vehicles: Australian Electric Vehicles Could Deliver 5 Snowy 2.0s - What's Required to Realise This Potential

Solar Thermal

CEC Solar Masterclass Series


The Hon Lily D'Ambrosio MP

Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Minister for Solar Homes

Kane Thornton

Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council

Anna Skarbek

CEO, Climate Works Australia

The Hon Guy Barnett MP

Tasmanian Minister for Energy

Darren Miller


Bess Clark

General Manager Project Marinus, TasNetworks

Fiona Simon

CEO, Australian Hydrogen Council

Stan Krpan

CEO, Solar Victoria

Tim Washington

CEO, Jet Charge

Anna Freeman

Director Energy Generation, Clean Energy Council

James Seymour

CEO, Centre for New Energy Technologies (C4NET)

Leonie Muldoon

Chief Executive, SA Department for Trade and Investment

Interested in energy efficiency, waste management and resource recovery?

Alongside All-Energy Australia’s conference, Energy Efficiency Expo and Waste Expo Australia also hosted virtual sessions on energy efficiency, waste management and recycling. Visit their websites to view 15 session recordings for free.