Explore the future of lithium battery technology in Australia, including industry issues, the new battery storage standards AS/NZS 5139 and emerging applications. The event will focus on lithium battery design, installation, manufacturing, chemistry, energy storage, electrical vehicles, charging stations and hybrid applications. It will explore recent research developments and how these can be applied in the real world to benefit industry and the Australian consumer.
Bringing together over 300 industry stakeholders – political leaders, regulators, energy producers, disruptors and users – this comprehensive two-day event is a critical platform for the nation’s highest-level discussions of Australia’s energy challenges and opportunities.
The three-day study tour of locations in Mt Gambier and Tantanoola South Australia and Portland Victoria (the Green Triangle Region) will be Sunday 20 to Tuesday 22 October. The three-day conference will be held in Melbourne and is hosted by RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus with field visits to Templestowe and Packenham will be held from Thursday October 24 to Saturday October 26. The objective of ANZBC19 is to focus on “mainstreaming biochar” by bringing together stakeholders who wish to achieve commercial scale biochar outcomes with significant economic, environmental and community benefits.
When: 20-26 October 2019
Where: Various venues, as above
With electricity prices continuing to spiral ever higher while the cost of renewable energy continues to fall, businesses are turning to power purchase agreements to meet their energy needs with increasing frequency. The Australian Power Purchase Agreements Conference comprises two days of in-depth discussions around the rise of PPAs in Australia and what this means for businesses and the renewable energy industry.
All-Energy Australia encompasses a wide range of products and solutions, as well as delivering cutting edge content through engaging seminar and conference programs.
When: 23-24 October 2019
Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Energy Efficiency Expo’s dedicated B2B exhibition showcases the latest low-carbon technologies and cost-reducing sustainable solutions from leading companies. Explore the exhibition floor to source breakthrough products and services that will undoubtedly address energy affordability.
As the Nation’s Electricity Market transitions from traditional baseload generation to increasing amounts of intermittent renewables, Australia’s largest energy infrastructure project since the original Snowy Mountains Scheme – the multibillion-dollar Snowy Hydro 2.0 – is set to stabilise the NEM and take on the energy challenges of tomorrow.
The Australia Solar + Energy Storage conference, in its fourth year, covers all aspects of Australia’s renewable energy markets including development, investment and the partnership of solar and storage with other forms of renewable energy.
Australia is undergoing a renewable energy boom, with modeling suggesting we are on track to achieve 50% renewable electricity by 2030 even without new federal energy policies. However, this influx of intermittent renewable energy combined with ageing coal-fire power stations is threatening to make our energy grid unstable. This forum will explore what steps can be taken to ensure the stability of the grid is maintained.