COVID- 19 Coronavirus| Important information
As of 17 March, 2020
A statement from the organisers of the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition
In following the advice issued by the Australian Government on Friday 13th March 2020, the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition has been postponed and will not proceed on the scheduled dates of 20th – 21st May 2020 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Effective immediately, ticket sales are now suspended and we are carefully working through the next steps to determine potential new dates for our Event.
Our first priority is the safety of everyone including attendees, exhibitors, our personnel and members of the local community.
Further information regarding the next course of action for attendees, exhibitors, speakers and sponsors will be communicated as soon as possible and we thank you in advance for your patience as we deal with what is an unprecedented situation.
Australian Energy Storage 2020 is taking place at the Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide.
Adelaide is home to an efficient, citywide transport network, including free tram travel within the City Centre. The closest tram stop is located right in front of the historic Adelaide Railway Station, which is just a two minute walk from the Centre. If you are driving to the Centre, they offer two undercover car parking options with our North Terrace and Riverbank car parks. The Riverbank car park is accessible from Morphett Street / Festival Drive. For more information, click here.
2 Day Conference Registration – $1190.00 +GST
1 Day Conference Registration – $778.00 +GST
2 Day Student Conference Registration – $1071.00 +GST
1 Day Student Conference Registration – $700.20 +GST
Exhibition – Free-to-attend
Early Bird rates end on: 24th March 2020
We’d love the opportunity to showcase your brand to the Australian Energy Storage community. To find out more about exhibiting at AES 2020, click here.
We have now made it easier than ever to get to the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition 2020.
This year, we are pleased to partner with several accommodation providers, offering you exclusive discounted rates only available to AES exhibitors and delegates. We now have more options to suit your travel requirements.
For more information and options please click here.
Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) provides a range of accessibility options and facilities. The entire Centre, which is spread across three floors, is completely accessible, with lift and escalator access to all levels.
Halls & Meeting Rooms
Stage ramping is available to users of the venue upon request. The ramp has a gradient of 1:14 and can be installed in numerous configurations allowing for the varying heights of stage units. A portable wheelchair lift can also be installed into our staging units and is easily operated by the user.
Lifts & Mezzanine Floor Access
Lifts are located throughout the ACC providing access to all levels of the venue. In addition, there are several external lifts that provide access to the ACC from both North Terrace and the Riverbank Promenade.
Facilities for People with Sensory Impairment
Digital and braille signage is located throughout the venue to provide direction to users of the venue. A hearing augmentation system (hearing loop) is available upon request from your event organiser. Please notify the ACC in advance should your event require use of this service.
An audible PA system is installed throughout the Centre and is used in the event of an emergency. Clearly identifiable exit signs are also located throughout the Centre.