Energy management solutions & services focus at major energy expo

Taking place at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, from the 23-24 October, Energy Efficiency Expo is a free-to-attend conference and exhibition for business, government and industry looking for ready and practical measures to manage their rising energy costs.

Launched by Reed Exhibitions Australia in partnership with the Energy Efficiency Council (EEC), Energy Efficiency Expo’s inaugural edition will feature over 40 leading suppliers of energy efficient solutions, a conference with over 80 speakers and two business workshops running across both days of the event.

Energy Efficiency Expo’s exhibitors will be showcasing a wide range of low-carbon and energy cost reduction products and services, such as energy efficient lighting, energy management equipment and software, energy efficient HVAC, thermal performance products, microgrid technology and water heating efficiency technology. 

Glenn Day, National Sales Manager, in discussing Stiebel Eltron’s presence at the inaugural Energy Efficiency Expo, said, “At Energy Efficiency Expo, Stiebel’s focus will be showcasing our electric, energy efficiency hot water and heating products, including our air source heat pumps and electric instantaneous water heaters, which are a future-proof replacement for gas. 

“Stiebel Eltron heat pumps are uniquely designed to use a fraction of the energy to heat the same amount of water as a conventional electric storage water heater and are up to five times more efficient, which for PV systems leaves more power to run household appliances, charge an electric vehicle or store energy in a battery. 

“Equally, our electric instantaneous hot water solution, ideally placed in buildings and apartments, unlock extra space, reduce energy, and its ongoing cost to residents; which is crucial as society moves to an all-electric renewable grid.”

Director at MAC Energy Efficiency Group, Merrily Hunter, shared their focus will be to demonstrate their energy efficiency compliance, training and field auditing solutions and services.

“Our mission is to create a portal accessible from anywhere for installers to learn on the go, with best practice training in the energy efficiency sector, delivered in a way that is easy to absorb and retain. 

“We believe that by delivering training in this way, you will get it right the first time.”

National Carbon Bank of Australia General Manager,  Nick Butler,  said, “At Energy Efficiency Expo, we look forward to showcasing our HEER and STPR offer and engaging with the industry about how we can help their organisation.”

CEO of inavitas, Alper Terciyanlı, said that their focus will be to engage with the Australian market through this energy efficiency trade event, with the Australian market of strategic importance to the business.

“At Energy Efficiency Expo, we’ll be participating under our new structure for the first time, with our digital operations all ‘under the roof’ of our inavitas brand.”

Additional companies with a confirmed presence at Energy Efficency Expo include: Alinta Energy – Geothermal, Australian Modern Building Alliance, Beovista, Captech, CarbonetiX, , CHK Power Equality, Eco Light Up, Energy Savings Industry Association, Epson Australia, Fuseco, Gree, Intelli Particle, Lightsource BP, Lightwork Residential, Omniflow Australia, Schneider Electric, Sidco, Sustainability Victoria, Thermoshield, UL LED Lighting, Wattly, Wattwatchers and Zen EcoSystems. 

Free registration for Energy Efficiency Expo is available at 

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