Global energy system specialist Victron Energy this week unveils its latest battery inverter/charger, the MultiPlus-II, at the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition in Adelaide.
WORLD - CLASS CONFERENCE PROGRAM
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the australian energy storage conference & exhibition is now open – there is still time to register! Register here!
Australia’s peak industry event for energy storage, the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES 2018), is now open! There are still conference spaces available & you can still sign up to visit our FREE exhibition, you can register here.
WHO ELSE IS ATTENDING?
This is your opportunity to network with the decision makers moving energy storage towards mainstream. Attending companies include: AGL, Adani, Hydro Tasmania, Lendlease, ElectraNet, Stockland, Viva Energy Australia, ARENA, Macquarie Bank, Oz Minerals, SA Power Networks, Engie, Ikea, Qantas, and many more!
Exhibition opening hours:
Wednesday 23 May – 8:30 – 17:00 (Exhibitor Drinks take place from 17:00 – 18:00)
Thursday 24 May – 8:30 – 17:00
WORLD-CLASS CONFERENCE PROGRAM
*Latest News* Hon Dan Van Holst Pellekan MP, South Australian Minister for Energy & Mining will be our opening speaker on day one!
This year’s conference program is bigger and better than ever before, featuring speakers from across the globe including; Sanjeev Gupta, Chairman of GFG Alliance and majority shareholder of SIMEC Zen Energy, Jon Norman, President & COO, Hydrostor Inc. & AECOM, Susanne Kleineheismann, International Sales Water Battery, Max Bögl Wind AG, Dr. William Golove, Vice President, Business Development, Amber Kinetics, Craig Evans,President and CEO, and a founder,ESS Inc and Rebecca Knol, Chief Executive Officer, South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy.
Conference opening hours:
Wednesday 23 May – 9:00 – 17:05
Thursday 24 May – 9:00 – 16:40
As the industry continues to transition to renewable energy, there has never been a better time to be a part of the conversations around environmental and business sustainability and all the applications for energy storage – register today!
who should attend
Businessman Sanjeev Gupta — who British media call the ‘man of steel’ because of his track record of reviving steel and aluminium assets — has cemented his place as a champion of renewables in Australia following recent investments in the energy sector. Take a look of our interview with him ahead of his keynote presentation at the AES 2018.
JON NORMAN, PRESIDENT & COO, HYDROSTOR INC.
Jon Norman is President & COO of Hydrostor, who are leading the sector in Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES), with the world’s first adiabatic CAES facility operating in Toronto, and a new CAES demonstration project at the Terramin Australia Angas Zinc Mine in South Australia. Hear from him ahead of his presentation at AES.
KEVIN MORIARTY, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN, 1414 DEGREES
In the lead-up to his presentation at the AES 2018, we caught up with Dr Kevin Moriarty, Executive Chairman at 1414 Degrees, to discuss the current energy storage options in the market and why he believes silicon thermal energy storage is a game-changer.
While Australia’s energy industry has become comfortable with microgrid technologies and many states are already experiencing benefits, it’s the establishment of viable business cases for different applications that is the main barrier to their uptake. In the lead-up to his presentation, we spoke with Greg Allen, Executive General Manager, Carnegie Clean Energy, and discussed using battery storage in microgrid projects, industry challenges and the integration of renewables.
More than 40 leading companies in the Australian and global energy storage industry will come together at the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES