All-Energy Australia, Australia’s largest clean energy event, is taking place this October in Melbourne, continuing to support the industry’s growth and to help accelerate Australia’s transition to a renewable energy future.

The event will feature eight breakout streams, two plenaries and over 200 expert speakers who will be presenting on all the critical topics affecting the renewable energy market. 

Topic areas that have been confirmed by the expert speakers and panels for the event are: Grid Scale Energy, Digitisation, Community and Local Energy, Hydrogen, Electric Vehicles, Decarbonisation, First Nations Energy, Long Duration Storage, Bioenergy, Future Grid, Offshore Wind Energy, Power Purchase Agreements, Energy Management and Distributed Energy Resources.  

With energy being at the forefront of many discussions with the government’s ambitious climate change bill being pushed through at the moment and countries across the globe realising that they can no longer rely on fossil fuels for their energy needs, it will be a welcome return for All-Energy Australia.

The event opens up a world of opportunities for industry suppliers and experts as well as those involved in renewable energy and energy storage sectors to expand business networks. The event even offers a Business Matching Program which is a service providing personalised recommendations of exhibitors and content sessions that match the visitor’s specific needs. This tailored program has been created to maximise visitors’ time onsite and ensure they get the most out of their time at All-Energy Australia. 

Featuring more than 290 suppliers and attracting more than 10,500 industry professionals, All-Energy Australia is a must-attend event in the industry’s calendar. This free-to-attend exhibition and conference from 26-27 October 2022 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The full schedule is still being finalised, but the introduction of a specialised Energy Management Zone has been confirmed. This dedicated zone will host its own theatre with sessions running throughout both days on sustainable solutions that facilitate improved energy management and increased cost savings.

These sessions will also highlight innovative energy management technologies and services that support the reduction of energy bills and emissions.  Session topics will be in agriculture, food and beverage manufacturing, metals and other materials manufacturing, residential buildings, commercial buildings and Government operations.

Additionally, the Clean Energy Council will be running its Solar Masterclass Series providing a one-stop shop for solar installers to get expert advice on the big design and installation issues facing the industry. Attendance is free and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points are available for eligible installers.

The event is free-to-attend for all trade. Simply  register your attendance here:  There’s an option to also upgrade your ticket to a VIP Pass for exclusive extras.

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