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Join us at the International Convention Centre, Sydney on 13 – 14 June 2019. Whether your focus is large scale or small, batteries or hydrogen, AES 2019 will deliver the information, technologies, speakers, and projects you and your business need to know about.
About the AES 2019
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES) 2019 will take place on 13 – 14 June at the International Convention Centre, Sydney bringing together some leading industry professionals and companies who are investing in transformative energy storage technology.
With this year’s theme being ‘Energy Storage, The Great Enabler’, you‘ll hear from some the world’s best speakers who, across the two-day program, will address the industry’s most pressing and challenging issues. You’ll also get to explore the projects and technology which are revolutionising the energy sector.
Interested in getting connected with others in the industry?
There are now more networking opportunities than ever before! At the end of day one, join us for Networking drinks which will take place on the show floor, PLUS our NEW Networking Dinner Cruise offers the the ideal place to network and develop relationships with the industry’s key players. Or you can even use the event as a platform to host your clients.
Conference & Exhibition
Want to know more about the AES 2019?
AES is the premier Australasian event for the industry and comes highly recommended.
– Mark Higgins –
Bringing together the industry's brightest minds.
You’ll get 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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