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welcome to the australian energy storage conference and exhibition (AES) 2020
Join us in Adelaide on 20 – 21 May 2020 to be part of Australia’s energy future
Early Bird Registration Now Open
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES), Australia’s only dedicated energy storage event focused on large-scale and commercial storage, returns to Adelaide on 20 – 21 May 2020.
With the program theme Powering Change, AES will continue to discuss the most topical storage projects and innovations from around the world. This year, we are proud to expand the program to encompass a new stream with sessions focused on PPA’s, commercially sited renewable energy, and energy efficient projects helping to transition business, government and networks to 100% renewable energy. The free exhibition provides an opportunity to see first-hand the latest storage technologies available.
We are proud to once again partner with the Government of South Australia, Adelaide Convention Bureau, and Adelaide Convention Centre to bring you this learning and networking opportunity in Adelaide, the heart of clean energy. Early bird rates are now on offer but for a limited time only.
AES 2020 CONFERENCE
the best investment for your business
AES is the premier Australasian event for the industry and comes highly recommended.
– Mark Higgins –
AES: UNITING SECTORS TO DRIVING THE ENERGY STORAGE
AES provides the most accessible and comprehensive status for the industry within Australia and internationally. The networking opportunities are invaluable.
– Dr Ian Watkins –
How to succeed in energy storage — advice from an industry veteran The energy storage sector occupies an uncertain position, with new customer demands on
Planning for the ‘once-in-a-generation’ energy mix shift Over the next several decades, Australia’s energy mix is projected to change radically thanks to progressive consumer demands
Jon Norman is a professional engineer with nearly 20 years experience in the power industry, environmental sector, management consulting and government. His company, Hydrostor, is