Last year’s Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition saw the largest number of exhibitors and brands on offer, the highest conference attendance and the largest contingent of international exhibitors and delegates. AES 2019 will see further growth in energy storage as well as the expanded, co-located Renewable Cities two-day free-to-attend conference.

AES is the country’s premier large-scale and commercial energy storage conference. This year as usual it will bring together the industry’s brightest minds and key players actively investing in storage to analyse the progress and transformative energy storage solutions for the utility, commercial and industrial sectors, as well as the projects and technologies making this transformation possible. 

Australian and international speakers will converge to discuss real and financially viable case studies and solutions for utility, commercial, off-grid, micro-grid and aggregated residential applications.

The conference will feature a keynote presentation from GE Power chief executive officer Robert G. Morgan, who has international experience in global energy businesses and markets. Morgan brings his vast experience in global energy businesses and markets to the program and it will be interesting to hear from an international heavyweight who is leading the way in electric power and integrated utility solutions strategy and project development.

The program also features industry specialists such as Lockheed Martin head of business analytics energy storage Caleb Waugh, TransGrid future grid manager Fiona Orton, Hydrostor president and chief operating officer Jon Norman and many more.

The floor will be a showcase of leading utility, commercial, off-grid and residential products and services. AES 2019 will not be focused on batteries alone; it’s the perfect platform explore all leading options, costs and benefits of a variety of technologies in the marketplace.

AES will also continue to deliver exceptional value and an exclusive experience for attendees. Partnerships with major industry associations will provide more non-stop content and free-to-attend sessions across the two-day event than ever before. The extremely successful Energy Storage site tours will take place again and an expanded workshop program will continue to feature the popular CPD workshops delivered by GSES, this year with a focus on system design.

To compliment the above, AES 2019 offers a  networking dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour, allowing you face-to-face access to delegates, speakers and exhibitors. Join engaged industry professionals on June 13 for an evening of five-star food and entertainment.  

The Renewable Cities Australia Forum will return for another year alongside the renamed Zero Emissions Transport Workshop, both of which are now free-to-attend and located on the exhibition floor, featuring new partner associations Business Renewables Centre Australia, the Electric Vehicle Council and Hydrogen Mobility Australia.

Early bird registration for AES 2019 is now open. See www.australianenergystorage.com.au for more details.