Registrations are now open for the 10th All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference to be held at the Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre from October 3-4, 2018.

Co-located with Waste Expo Australia, the free to attend event brings together leading suppliers and renowned speakers, to discuss the latest in clean and renewable energy, solar design, electronic vehicles, microgrid and off grid projects and much more.

Grid integration and hydrogen projects have been earmarked as standout sessions while energy trading using blockchain and government-funded initiatives will also feature at the two-day event with the full conference program set to be released in coming weeks.

All-Energy Australia Exhibition director, Robby Clark, said visitors are hungry for the latest technology and expert advice in the sector which is exactly what this year's program and standout streams will bring to the table.

“There are big changes in Australia’s energy sector, with funding approved for Australia’s first renewable hydrogen electricity plant and peer-to-peer energy trading on the horizon, it is an exciting time for the industry,” Clark said.

More than 180 renowned speakers from across the globe are set to join this year’s line-up, including Minister for the Environment and Energy, Josh Frydenberg, Transgrid CEO, Paul Italiano and Dr Kerry Schott AO, Independent chair, Energy Security Board.

Over 200 leading exhibitors and suppliers will map out the exhibition floor with industry heavyweights including Tesla Motors, CSIRO, ABB Australia, NEXTracker, Array Technologies, Powerark Solar, Risen Solar Technology, Soltec, Fronius, Jinko
Solar, Nclave, Solax Power and Sungrow.

Visitor networking events will also be held to meet exhibitors and recognise industry achievements, as well as the ‘Meet the Speakers Social’ to network with the conference speakers.

Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference is expected to attract more than 6,700 industry professionals.

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