Australia is abundant in clean, renewable energy resources, but currently they make up very little of the national power grid. Speaking at the 2018 Australian
call for abstracts FOR THE AUSTRALIAN ENERGY STORAGE 2019 CONFERENCE ARE NOW OPEN - SUBMIT BEFORE 11 FEBRUARY 2019!
With the theme “Energy Storage – The Great Enabler”, AES 2019 is the ideal platform to showcase the projects and products delivering cost-effective energy for Australia’s utilities and commercial and industrial sectors. The deadline for abstract submission is 11 February 2019 and you will be advised of abstract acceptance by 20 February 2019.
THE AUSTRALIAN ENERGY STORAGE CONFERENCE & EXHIBiTION IS RETURNING BACK HOME TO SYDNEY on june 13 – 14 2019
We are pleased to announce that the Australian Energy Storage Conference & Exhibition 2019 (AES 2019) will be returning home to Sydney next year, taking place on 13 & 14 June 2019, at the International Convention Centre, Sydney. We are excited to be back in the business centre of Australia and the largest energy consumer in the country. Sydney is the ideal location to meet key decision-makers and reach the customers who will be integral to the success of your business. NSW is also home to a growing number of renewable energy generators and the next large coal powered generator scheduled for closure, indicating that energy storage will play a crucial role in the State’s energy networks into the future.
The 2018 event saw the largest space occupied, the biggest display of exhibitors and brands on offer and the largest contingent of international exhibitors. AES 2019 will be bigger and better so make sure you join us at what is set to be a record breaking event.
Be part of the growth of energy storage in NSW and showcase your business at AES 2019, Australia’s only dedicated energy storage conference and exhibition!
see what happened at aes 2018...
Best bits of Australian Energy Storage
Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition Day 1 Highlights
Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition Day 2 Highlights
We spoke to Phil Crotty, Sales Manager, Victron Energy, about their recently launched MultiPlus-II series of battery inverter-chargers
Blockchain for energy storage is being embraced and implemented. We spoke to James Eggleston, Power Ledger about how blockchain will help decentralize the delivery of electricity to the grid and the impact it will have on storage.
In an industry dominated by lithium batteries, we spoke to Simon Hackett, Redflow, on why a customer should choose Redflow's zinc-bromine flow batteries.
AES IS A MEETING PLACE FOR THE STORAGE SECTOR. iT'S A GREAT PLACE TO STAY ENGAGED"
BRIAN POWER, DIRECTOR, ANT ENERGY SOLUTIONS (2018 EXHIBITOR)
Everywhere across the world we’re seeing an increase in the use of renewable energy, and one surprising area that’s pushing this demand in the UK