Australia, Projects, Renewables, Solar, Storage

Be here and be part of the future

The nation’s premier clean energy event – All Energy Australia 2024 – is making its grand return to Melbourne this October.

Downunder, are you ready to witness the future?

In partnership with the Clean Energy Council (CEC), and RX Global Events, All Energy Australia vows to be the pinnacle gathering of innovation and insight in the clean energy sector.

All Energy Australia, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest clean energy event, returns on October 23 to 24 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC).

With only 5 per cent of the floor plan remaining, this is the final opportunity to secure a position.

This two-day extravaganza offers an exclusive, free-to-attend business-to-business conference and exhibition, connecting over 11,500 visitors with 400 exhibitors. According to the Audited Media Association of Australia, this event stands tall as the largest and most eagerly awaited clean energy gathering in the country.

The conference, a highlight of the event, features over 400 international and national speakers unravelling the latest developments, trends, and projections in the energy sector.

All Energy Australia is a grand symphony of the renewable energy sector. Over 95 per cent of the floor plan has already been secured by industry-leading names: Sungrow, Goodwe, NEXTracker, Hithium Energy Storage, SMA, Tongwei, Array Technology, Sonnen, Canadian Solar, CATL, Victron Energy, Enphase Energy, Hanwha Q Cells, Gamechange Solar, REC Solar, Jinko Solar, Krannich, Growatt, Raystech, and One Stop Warehouse.

Participants can also expect to meet leading electric vehicle (EV) and heat pump brands: Stiebel Eltron, Emerald Energy, LG Energy, Micoe, Solar Thermal, iStore, Wallbox, Kempower, Evnex, Schneider Electric, Tesla, BYD, SMAPPEE, Delta, Fronius, Shoals, SolarEdge, and ZJ Beny.

With themes spanning multiple stages, attendees are guaranteed a holistic understanding of the industry’s present and future.

The exhibition floor is a treasure trove of innovation, showcasing products and services from both local and international quality suppliers.

This is the chance to stay at the forefront of the renewable energy industry, witnessing the solutions that are driving the green revolution.

Last year, All Energy Australia 2023 set a record with more than 11,500 unique visitors in attendance. The overwhelming response underscores the industry’s unwavering enthusiasm and commitment to advancing the future of sustainable power generation.

This year’s event promises to be even more ground-breaking, building on the success of the previous edition.

And don’t miss the MyCEC Masterclass—a one-stop shop for solar designers and installers seeking expert advice. Attendance is not only free but also earns eligible installers CPD points, making it a must for those looking to stay at the forefront of solar technology.

All Energy Australia isn’t just about learning; it’s an experience. At All Energy 2023, participants took part in different activities like networking, workshops, breakfast sessions, and more, gaining valuable insights and experiences.

Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at RX Global, the organiser of All Energy Australia, said he was impressed with the increase in visitors during last year’s event.

“The two days were truly incredible, with exhibition halls constantly busy and conference sessions at standing room only. All Energy Australia 2023 has not only exceeded our expectations but has also set a new standard for excellence in the clean energy events landscape,” he said.

Kane Thornton, CEO of the CEC, partners in the event, emphasised the event’s growth and impact.

“It’s the biggest exhibition for the entire clean energy industry with over 400 exhibitors showcasing their latest products alongside a fantastic speaker program. We had some extraordinary keynote speakers and some highly technical sessions throughout the two days,” Thornton said.

All Energy Australia 2024 is the ticket to the future of clean energy. This is the opportunity to be part of history as well as the future of renewable energy. 

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This article featured in the April edition of ecogeneration.

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