All-Energy Australia set to be bigger than ever in 2015

The All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference is set to return to Melbourne in 2015 bigger and better than ever before. Thanks to an important strategic partnership with the Clean Energy Council, the show will provide the Australian Renewable Energy sector with the scale and quality it needs amongst uncertain times with the Renewable Energy Target under fire.

All-Energy Australia Director Anthony Reed said: “As the industry faces uncertainty with the RET review, a partnership seemed the obvious way forward to ensure the same business opportunities are available without the pressure on the industry”.

After a strong showing in 2014 with visitors attending from over 1,850 companies across 22 countries, the expo has taken on industry feedback in order to provide a specialized conference that will cater to what the people want and need to see. Included in this are free Solar CPD sessions provided by the Clean Energy Council that will allow attendees to earn up to 100 points towards their Continuing Professional Development at All-Energy 2015.

Headlining the conference this year will be the RT Hon. John Gummer, Lord Deben, the longest serving Secretary of State for the Environment the UK has ever had. His experience as an international negotiator has earned him worldwide respect both in the business community and among environmentalists.

With such a big name speaker on the cards and more to be announced soon, All-Energy sets a high standard in speakers and continues to impress with sessions headed by such names as Greg Steele, Enphase Senior Vice President for Engineering, Raghu Belur, Enphase Co-founder, Westinghouse Plasma Corporation, Krannich Solar, and DNV GL.

These sessions will cover everything from Residential Energy Storage to Waste to Energy as well as specialised Solar CPD sessions which will be available to visitors free of charge. All-Energy has also confirmed that this year’s show will mark the return of the Legal and Contractual session from 2013 which will help attendees to explore the 101’s of PPA’s as well as other models in addition to the launch of Internet of Things, a brand new area that will look at the latest technology in big data and how it will revolutionize the industry.

Running alongside the conference sessions will be an impressive exhibition showcasing renewable energy, clean energy, sustainable transport and energy efficiency. With over 100 exhibitors expected to be on display, this provides an unparalleled opportunity for members of the industry to meet suppliers and facilitate the business that will help the renewable energy sector of Australia move towards a bigger a brighter future.

“All-Energy Australia prides itself on gathering the largest number of clean energy professionals and investors in Australia. This combined industry conference and exhibition will continue to help the industry grow and develop. Together with the Clean Energy Council we want to support the industry by providing all the benefits of both events in one,” said Anthony Reed, All-Energy Australia Director, and the industry couldn’t agree more.

“There’s no comparison to any other show. We’ll definitely be back next year and would recommend it to others,” said Vincent Do, Sunclik.

All-Energy Australia 2015 will be running from the 7-8 October 2015 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, alongside Waste Expo as a part of Australian Sustainability Week and registration opens in June. For more information visit www.all-energy.com.au

For more information contact:
Phoebe Saunders
E: Psaunders@porternovelli.com.au
T +61 3 9289 9555
F +61 3 9289 9556
Como Office Tower
Level 10, 644 Chapel Street
South Yarra, VIC 3141

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