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All-Energy Australia returns to Melbourne in October

The nation’s biggest clean energy event, All-Energy Australia, returns to Melbourne in October for two days of collaboration, innovation, knowledge sharing and insight into the future of the renewables industry.

More than 10,000 attendees are expected to pass through the doors at the annual RX Global event – partnered with the Clean Energy Council – to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 25-26 October, 2023.

With Australia harbouring ambitions to become a clean energy superpower and targeting 82 per cent renewable energy by 2030 – with net-zero emissions by 2050 – rapid change is happening in the industry, and free-to-attend All-Energy Australia is at the forefront of the transition.

The conference and education program will provide a platform for industry leaders and professionals to explore, learn and collaborate across two days of seminars, keynote speakers, masterclasses and displays on the expo floor.

It features the sector’s latest technologies, insights and trends, catering to individuals working or investing in renewable energy.

More than 385 exhibitors will be on show at the event, with more than 250 national and international speakers providing insight into themes including decarbonisation, solar, batteries, wind energy, electric vehicles, hydrogen, energy security and grid integration.

All-Energy Australia will also offer more than 100 hours of learning opportunities, including the Clean Energy Council’s revamped Solar Masterclass that caters to solar designers and installers seeking expert advice and professional growth.

Headlining the presenters is Anthony Carroll, president of energy platform Powin, who will speak about his expertise in the renewable energy industry in the US; Akaysha Energy CEO Nick Carter, who will give insight into the Waratah Super Battery; Julie-Anna Smith, head of energy transition and sustainability at storage management software company Veritas, who will discuss the importance of a transparent hydrogen certification scheme for Australia to reach its export objectives; and Tractebel’s smart grid solutions lead David Desfosses, who will examine the implementation of microgrids.

“All-Energy Australia is not just an event – it’s an ecosystem where industry leaders, professionals and innovators come together to shape the future of clean energy,” says Robby Clark, portfolio director at RX Global. “If you’re in the industry, attending All-Energy Australia is a must.”

All-Energy Australia’s opening day will be led by a discussion between Victorian Minister for Climate Action and Minister for Energy and Resources Lily D’Ambrosio, and Clean Energy Council chief executive Kane Thornton.

This will be followed by a keynote address by ARENA CEO Darren Miller and a panel discussion featuring Infrastructure Victoria CEO Dr Jonathan Spear.

“We’ve never had an event as big as this for the clean energy industry here in Australia,” says Thornton.

“In 2023, All-Energy Australia will be educating people on the latest developments in the industry and helping them understand the current state of the industry and the challenges that need a lot of attention in coming years.”

All-Energy Australia will feature an Energy Management Zone, supported by the Energy Efficiency Council. It will be a dedicated zone to host sessions to encourage sustainable solutions that will drive improved energy management and cost savings.

The event is co-located with Waste Expo Australia under the one roof.

For more information about All-Energy Australia 2023 and the event’s full agenda, visit

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