Who attends

Policy makers, network utility managers, commercial technology providers, end users, and investment advisors from the financial industry will come together at the Australian Energy Storage Conference & Exhibition to debate, discuss and analyse, how this technology is transforming Australia’s energy industry.

AES 2018, in Adelaide delivered the highest quality and quantity of visitors in AES history. 

Below is a snippet of The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition 2018.

Imagine what’s next…

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of exhibitors were satisfied with the quality of attendees.
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of exhibitors were satisfied with the value of sales leads generated.
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of exhibitors were satisfied with the networking opportunities provided.
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of visitors expect to do business with an exhibitor they met.
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of visitors make or directly influence purchasing decisions.
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of visitors said they were likely to recommend or purchase a product they saw.

Industry Sectors…

Conference Delegates

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Job responsibility…

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Trade Visitors

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Trade Visitors

WHO ATTENDED...

  • Adelaide Airport
  • AEMC
  • AEMO
  • AGL
  • ARENA
  • Austrade
  • Australia Broadcasting Commission
  • Berri Bamera Council
  • Blown Plastics
  • Bluescope Steel
  • Cartwheel Rescources
  • City of Adelaide
  • City of Salisbury
  • Clean Energy Finance Corporation
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • ElectraNet
  • Enel Greenpower
  • Energy Australia
  • Engie
  • Garon Plastics
  • Geosurveys Australia
  • Horizon Power
  • Hurley Hotel Group
  • Hydro Tasmania
  • Icon Water
  • IKEA Pty Ltd
  • Jemena
  • Lendlease
  • Macquarie Bank
  • Nara Machinery
  • Oracle Australia
  • Origin Energy
  • Overflow Industrial
  • Oz Minerals
  • Pacific American Coal
  • Pacific Hydro
  • Pacific Vintners
  • Parliament of South Australia
  • Powerlink Queensland
  • Qantas Airways Limited
  • SA Department for Environment and Water
  • SA Department for Industry and Skills
  • SA Department for State Development
  • SA Department for Trade, Tourism and Investment
  • SA Department of Energy and Mining
  • SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
  • SA Power Networks
  • South Australia Police
  • Stockland
  • Strike Energy
  • SunAsia Energy
  • The Australian Wine Research Institute
  • Thor Mining PLC
  • Tokyo Gas Group
  • Viva Energy
  • Western Power
  • Whitehorse City Council
  • Woodside