Events, Renewables, Solar

Energy Next returns to Sydney in July 2023

Australia’s clean energy sector will come together on 18-19 July, 2023, for Energy Next at ICC Sydney.

The clean energy industry will congregate in Sydney in July 2023 for the annual two-day Energy Next event. Held on 18-19 July at ICC Sydney in Darling Harbour, on the edge of the city’s CBD, free-to-attend Energy Next will offer people working in the renewables sector the opportunity to meet with leading suppliers, discover the latest clean energy innovation and technologies, and connect thought leaders, businesses and organisations to explore Australia’s clean energy future.

Energy Next will be co-located with the Clean Energy Council’s Australian Clean Energy Summit, forming the most comprehensive renewables event in NSW, generating conversations and connections to improve Australia’s clean energy generation and adoption.

Powered by All-Energy Australia, in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, Energy Next’s exhibition will focus on the latest renewable energy and energy management technologies and solutions from leading suppliers across solar, energy storage, electric vehicles and energy monitoring software.

“The combination of Energy Next with the Australian Clean Energy Summit offers significant added value by giving attendees first-hand exposure to the technologies and innovations driving Australia’s clean energy transition,” says Clean Energy Council chief executive Kane Thornton.

“It will also help to increase collaboration across the industry, giving technology suppliers the opportunity to create connections and explore opportunities with the industry’s most senior executives and decision-makers.

“The Clean Energy Council is delighted to welcome Energy Next to the Australian Clean Energy Summit and is looking forward to a fantastic event in July.”

Energy Next will also host the Clean Energy Council’s Solar Masterclass, a one-stop shop for solar installers to seek expert advice on some of the major design and installation issues facing the industry. Installers and designers will also be able to earn CPD points and access the latest updates on standards and compliance.

Visitors to Energy Next will also have free access to technical sessions with expert speakers discussing the latest technical issues and areas of growth for the industry across the themes of PV innovation, electric vehicles, digitisation, hydrogen, energy data, offshore wind, microgrids and storage.

“Energy Next is strategically positioned to meet the needs of the NSW clean energy market and will serve as a critical platform for industry leaders to engage with suppliers, share insights with peers and stay informed of the latest industry developments,” says Energy Next portfolio director Robby Clark.

“We consistently hear of how quickly things are moving in the clean energy space. The Energy Next agenda showcases the latest developments, whether it’s the use of AI in predicting issues in assets and the grid; getting ahead of the risks in large-scale battery installations; new innovations in solar PV materials; and giving visitors information about the most up-to-date developments in the clean energy space.

“We’re honoured to partner with the Clean Energy Council to bring this event to fruition and to contribute to the growth and sustainability of NSW’s clean energy industry.”

EcoGeneration is also an Energy Next partner and will be in attendance with a stand on the expo floor.

Doors will be open for both days of the event from 9am to 5pm. For more information, updates and to register for Energy Next, visit

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