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THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE AUSTRALIAN ENERGY STORAGE CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION 2019
About the AES 2019
The industry’s key players came to together in June at the International Convention Centre, Sydney for the sixth Australian Energy Storage and Exhibition for what was a highly successful event. We have received overwhelmingly positive feedback so far and would like to thank you for your support.
Compelling content was shared across the two days of the conference program which was opened by Zali Steggall, OAM, New Member for Warringah, sharing her views on how we can work towards a more renewable future, stating ‘We can be an energy superpower, we just need to want it.’ Successful business and thought-provoking conversation took place at the only energy storage dedicated trade exhibition in Australia, where visitors met with 60+ exhibitors showcasing the latest products and solutions from across the world. We hope you walked away feeling inspired.
Plus, the highly successful site tours took place on Wednesday, giving delegates the opportunity to get up close and personal with installations and companies leading the way in Australia and the first-ever Networking Dinner Cruise was a fantastic night and saw over a hundred exhibitors, delegates, speakers and visitors network against the spectacular backdrop of the Vivid Festival on Sydney Harbour.
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ZALI STEGGALL, NEW MEMBER FOR WARRINGAH opened AES
Zali Steggall, New Member for Warringah will opened the Australian Energy Storage Conference on Thursday 13 June sharing her views her views on energy future. She stated that ‘Renewable power must be delivered reliably, and many clean technologies are needed for this, but energy storage is essential. We need energy storage to increase uptake. From large scale battery, pump hydro or smaller batteries in homes, a 25% target on peak demand needs to be investigated.’ She went on to say ‘We can be an energy superpower, we just need to want it.’
Conference & Exhibition
AES is the premier Australasian event for the industry and comes highly recommended.
– Mark Higgins –
Bringing together the industry's brightest minds.
Delegates were treated to exclusive access to both Australian and International speakers who will drill down into utility applications for energy storage technologies, the role of microgrids, the present and future of commercial ESS, grid scale investment and discuss where the sector is headed.
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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