The 2016 Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition will provide a forum for engaging debates about energy storage solutions at the fringe of the grid as well as remote and mining communities.

Australia’s dedicated energy storage event will take place between 1 – 2 June at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney.

The organising committee in conjunction with Principal Event Partner, Australian Energy Storage Alliance, has announced the opening of registrations and the release of the conference program.

Industry Executive of Australian Energy Storage Alliance, Mary Hendriks, said, “This is the year of energy disruption to energy markets, the year when energy storage solutions will impact the business models of the major electricity supply companies and the year when intelligent energy storage systems will define the future

“Energy storage is shaping our world and this unique event brings the energy storage community together.”

You can now register as a conference delegate or trade visitor and be part of more than 2,000 industry professionals who will attend to discuss the future of energy storage.

The conference will include 45 speakers including 10 internationals, and will see international experts contributing to conversations and providing insight into how energy storage is shaping global landscapes, especially those in the US, the UK and in Asia.

Whether Australia leads or lags in the energy revolution and how quickly our energy markets will change are some of the areas of focus for the conference.

With the theme of ‘Thinking Smart about Energy Storage’, the two-day event will engage discussion and debate about energy storage solutions in remote and mining communities as well as locations at the fringe of the grid.

The conference will showcase innovative battery case studies of commercial energy storage solutions and how virtual net metering is being implemented.

Visitors can purchase conference tickets before 1 April 2016 at early bird rates, while the exhibition is free to attend.

In 2016 marks the conference will move into the main Exhibition Hall at Australian Technology Park for a comprehensive display of energy storage solutions in Australia.

The conference provides an opportunity to source new solutions, network with peers, experience new technology and keep pace with the energy storage industry.

Over 40 exhibitors will showcase the latest solutions at the event including Toshiba, Kokam, S and C Electric, Redflow, Saft.

Renewable Cities Australia, co-located with the Conference and Exhibition will also make its debut this year.

This offers a two day forum for local government and industry to share the plans, achievements and challenges of Australian cities and towns on the path to 100 per cent renewable.

For more information or to register, visit

Jessica Dickers is an experienced journalist, editor and content creator who is currently the Editor of Utility’s sister publication, Infrastructure. With a strong writing background, Jessica has experience in journalism, editing, print production, content marketing, event program creation, PR and editorial management. Her favourite part of her role as editor is collaborating with the sector to put together the best industry-leading content for the audience.

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