The Energy Storage Council, the peak body for the energy storage industry in Australia, is holding a number of educational events in 2016, to ensure the energy industry has the latest technical, market and economic information for this rapidly growing sector.
On 17 February 2016 the Energy Storage Council (ESC) is proud to be hosting the inaugural Queensland Energy Storage Summit.
Join the ESC in Brisbane as QLD Minister for Energy, the Hon Mark Bailey, introduces a showcase of the state’s research and development, innovation, key industry projects and investment opportunities in the energy storage industry.
The summit is an opportunity for leaders of government, industry and the energy sector to connect and learn about current technology developments, market trends and review real industry case studies.
On 4-5 May 2016, the council will host its second annual Energy Storage Conference alongside the Solar Energy Conference & Exhibition in Melbourne.
The 2016 Conference is free to attend and will again bring together leading industry experts, policy-makers and innovators. In 2015, almost 1,500 delegates registered to attend the energy storage conference. With rapid exhibition growth and more presentations in 2016, this is the industry event not to be missed.
The conference program is designed to give delegates a full overview of the current state of energy storage in Australia and globally. With over 40 speakers the program focuses on market developments and trends, technology integration, policy and regulation, and new industry case studies. More interactive panel sessions will be incorporated into this year’s conference, with major sponsor, Enphase Energy, hosting the first session in the afternoon on day one.
The expanded energy storage exhibition zone is packed with quality and innovative displays from both Australian and international companies.
The event brings together representatives from energy storage companies including technology manufacturers, equipment providers, project developers, consultants, utilities and other energy industry leaders.
More information on the Energy Storage Council and 2016 industry events can be found at www.energystorage.org.au.