All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference begins October 3

By Oke Peter

Organiser of the Australia’s largest and most comprehensive clean and renewable energy exhibition and conference, All-Energy Australia, Reed Exhibitions, has announced that the 10th edition of Exhibition and Conference will hold between 3rd and 4th October, 2018 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The 2018 edition, organized in partnership with Clean Energy Council is greatly relevant to all companies actively involved, either directly or indirectly, in the development of carbon mitigation solutions for traditional energy sources, including; carbon capture and sequestration, energy efficiency improvements as well as areas of the renewable energy industry – wind (onshore and offshore), wave, tidal, hydro, hydrogen and fuel cells, solar and biofuels.

In his remark, Executive Director of Reed Exhibitions Australia, John Gorton, said: “All-Energy Australia is the flagship event for Australia’s dynamic and fast-growing renewable energy industry. A vital component of the event’s recent success and growth has been the highly effective partnership between Reed Exhibitions, as the country’s leading event organiser, and the Clean Energy Council, the peak body for the renewable energy industry in Australia.

“We are therefore delighted and proud to have signed a long-term partnership agreement with the Clean Energy Council, which will ensure that All-Energy Australia continues to deliver the industry-driven platform for success for all participants and stakeholders.”

“Following on from step-change increases in exhibitor numbers, attendance and customer satisfaction in 2017, I can confirm that All-Energy Australia is already well on track for further strong growth in 2018. We look forward to working closely with Kane and his team to deliver another successful event in October,” Mr Gorton said.

“The tremendous success of the event to date has provided a solid foundation that will allow it to benefit from the rapid industry growth over the next few years. With more wind and solar projects under construction than at any other time in history and some predicting that rooftop solar will break the record it set in 2017.”

All-Energy Australia provides a fantastic opportunity for the industry to take stock, celebrate our successes and plan for the future.