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COVID- 19 Coronavirus | Important information
As of 18 June 2020
After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision not to hold the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition in 2020. Instead, we will return from 2 – 3 June 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
In our best efforts to safely bring the energy storage industry together this year, we explored a range of options. One of these was to move the event to later in the year. After monitoring the ever-evolving situation, there are many uncertainties still in place that impact our ability to deliver the full value of this event to the industry.
While we are disappointed not to be coming together this year, we believe the decision to focus on the future is the best one. Our return in 2021 will see a new conference theme and program that ensures the conversations continue to be relevant, topical and valuable and address the impacts and opportunities present in the industry post-Covid-19.
We thank you for your patience while we have worked through this and for your continued support for the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition, no matter the date Full statement available here.
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