All-Energy Australia (23-24 October), the nation’s largest all-encompassing energy event, will feature an expanded exhibition floor in 2019 – its largest to date. Attracting over 8,500 local and international visitors in 2018, All-Energy Australia is targeted at professionals working or investing in renewables sector.

Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, Australia’s peak body for the renewable energy industry, this year’s All-Energy Australia exhibition will be 20 per cent larger than previous years.

Over 280 companies, from market-leaders to start-ups, have confirmed  their presence, including energy storage, solar energy, hydrogen energy and EV suppliers. 

Exhibition Director at Reed Exhibitions Australia, Robby Clark, said, “The clean and renewable energy sector continues to grow from strength to strength, as Australia continues to increase integration and reliance on these energy sources.

“With the industry spurring Australia’s progression to zero emissions, we are excited to be able to offer visitors access to the latest clean and renewable energy solutions in our largest exhibition to date.” 

A leading PV inverter manufacturer, Growatt is one of the market-leading suppliers exhibiting in 2019, having started from a vision to lead the PV inverter sector and contribute to smart clean energy generation. 

As the number one residential solar inverter brand in China, Growatt provides a range of solar energy solutions, from inverters (1kW to 100kW), energy storage solutions for on-grid/off-grid applications and smart energy solutions.

NEXTracker is another supplier that will showcase their innovative solutions, with a specific focus on ‘power plant of the future’ solutions from smart solar trackers to energy storage systems. Globally recognised for delivering smart and connected energy systems, NEXTracker is the number-one worldwide tracker supplier with 20GW delivered. 

In addition to these suppliers showcasing their solutions, visitors will have access to the latest innovations and emerging technologies on display from several start-ups, including Newton Aqua and Proa Analytics.

Managing Director at Newton Aqua, James McLaren, said, “Newton Aqua is an innovative clean technology company that specialises in the generation of renewable energy and the desalination of water. 

“We are especially pleased to be participating at our first All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference. This exhibition is an excellent opportunity to showcase our unique technologies to industry, potential customers and the general public. 

“It is our mission to apply our innovative renewable technologies to supply the world with clean, reliable and affordable water and energy.” 

Proa Co-Founder & Managing Director, Matthew Jeppesen, said, “Proa will demonstrate our state-of-the-art solar forecasting services at All-Energy Australia 2019, which are particularly relevant for solar farms. 

“An Australian company founded in 2016, Proa is the first company to provide solar farm self-forecasts that are used by AEMO in dispatch. These forecasts are crucial for solar farms to manage their operations, improve their integration into the power system and reduce costs. 

“The whole team at Proa is looking forward to engaging with visitors to All-Energy, showcasing our ARENA funded solar farm forecasting project, and demonstrating the sky camera technology that helps us to produce our accurate forecasts.” 

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