It is only two weeks until the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition opens. To be held at Australian Technology Park in Sydney, 3 – 4 June 2015, the two day conference and exhibition addresses energy storage solutions at all levels, and features more than fifty experts from all over Australia and the world.
Exhibitor, Tesla Motors will be showcasing their Model S at stand 405. The Model S is the world’s first premium sedan built from the ground up as an electric vehicle, engineered to deliver unprecedented range and a thrilling drive experience. With a rigid body structure, nearly 50/50 weight distribution and a remarkably low centre of gravity, the Model S offers the responsiveness and agility expected from the world’s best sports cars while providing the ride quality of a luxury performance sedan.
The Model S is the world’s fastest four-door vehicle ever built. Tesla Motors’ (NASDAQ: TSLA) goal is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable transport with a full range of increasingly affordable electric cars. California-based Tesla designs and manufactures electric vehicles, as well as EV power train components. View the Model S and Tesla at The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition on stand 405.
On day one of the industry conference Hugh Bromley, a research Associate from Bloomberg New Energy Finance will be exploring the most recent data, analysis and projections of energy storage, and will cover;
Australian/global energy storage deployment forecast by application
Australian end-user energy storage deployment forecast (key market)
Australian residential and commercial PV deployment forecast (key driver of end-user energy storage)
Australian large-scale renewable energy deployment forecast (key driver of utility energy storage)
Lithium-ion battery experience curve
Not only is this event an industry conference but an exhibition of the latest innovations in energy storage. Over 33 exhibitors will be showcasing the latest technology and visitors can attend on-the-floor workshops for free. A workshop hosted by GNB Industrial Power, A Division of Exide Technologies, on Clean Energy Storage for Grid Load Levelling will be held on day one of the show. Subash Bhattacharya will be discussing trends in containerised storage for grid level load balancing and the maturity of lead acid batteries to meet such large scale requirements. He will also talk about some successful case studies with emphasis on ROI. The future in terms of storage technology for grid applications will also be covered.
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition gives attendees the opportunity to connect with others in an engaging and informative manner; whether they are from large utility companies deciding the future energy supply of millions or an asset manager budgeting for new energy systems.
For more information or to register to attend visit www.australianenergystorage.com.au