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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
About the AES 2020
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES) is returning to Adelaide, on 20 – 21 May 2020. We are proud to once again partner with the state of South Australia, Adelaide Convention Bureau, and Adelaide Convention Centre to deliver a stellar conference and exhibition in Australia’s heart of clean energy.
AES brings together leading professionals and key players in the energy storage sector, both domestically and internationally. The move to Adelaide ensures visitors and exhibitors are positioned to capitalise on the unique opportunities available in this state.
Key initiatives will once again make the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition the place to meet new markets and expand your business. Key initiatives include the two-day conference program, free-to-attend exhibition, Zero Emission Transport workshop, site tours and a networking dinner.
the best investment for your business
why you can't afford to miss out
your business as the supplier of choice, by showcasing your technology and innovative solutions.
new contacts, sales leads and nurture existing ones.
with senior buyers and decision makers from domestic and international markets, spanning the entire industry spectrum.
stimulate new developments in the industry.
new products, positing you as the supplier of choice in the energy storage industry.
AES provides the most accessible and comprehensive status for the industry within Australia and internationally. The networking opportunities are invaluable.
– Dr Ian Watkins –
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