Less than three weeks till Smart Energy 2019
We have added a few names to the list high profile speakers, with AEMO’s Chloe Munro AO presenting insights along with Zali Steggall, independent candidate for Warringah on a climate action ticket, and Gabrielle Kuiper of the Energy Security Board. They join the top line-up that includes John Hewson, Alan Kohler, Jon Dee, Simon Corbell, Professor Martin Green, Oliver Yates, Minister Lily D’Ambrosio, Tim Buckley, Simon Holmes à Court and many more.
The 2019 Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition promises something for everyone: insights into technical advances, tomorrow’s technology, energy innovation and inspiration.
Among the ‘must hear’ addresses: What should governments and industry do to move beyond 50 per cent renewables? Learn how to create a Solar Proposal that will crush competitors; One million Australian batteries by 2025 - fantasy or inevitable?
The vast range of presentations across three specialist streams complemented by more than a hundred industry exhibitors along with a series of complementary events is guaranteed to draw large crowds to the Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition 2019 in Sydney from 2-3 April.
Here’s a closer look at some of the presentations:
Smart Energy Solutions:
· Outlook for the Australian market
· International trends in decarbonisation as global finance shifts, and the risk of stranded assets
· The outlook for wholesale electricity prices as the NEM moves to 50 per cent renewables by 2030
· How solar will turn day into night for the electricity market & why you should be worried
· Utility Capabilities for advanced DER Integration, and
· Virtual power plants and Customer Choice
Applied Energy Storage
· An update on the 11 GW Asia Renewable Energy (export) Hub
· Microgrids: Real World Applications with Hydrogen and Battery Storage, and
· Consumer expectations in DER
Professional development installer
· Unveiling the sales techniques that are the keys to success in the residential energy storage market
· AS5139 new battery and storage standard
· Network issues and future utility directions
· Impacts of AS3000 on installers/AS5033 Solar Standard Amendments
· Results of the world-first independent lithium battery comparison tests, and
· The EV market and charging requirements for EVs
The full 2019 program can be seen at www.smartenergyexpo.org.au
Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 April 2019
ENTRY IS FREE!
Smart Energy Show 2019 promises to showcase the latest in
projects and product innovation
What else is in store?
Demonstrations of the latest technology, new business models and innovation from 120+ exhibitors and partners
Lunch mixers in the Energy Revolution Area – come along and hear from smart Energy industry professionals, along with educators, researchers, manufacturers/suppliers and creative geniuses who will be showcasing their innovative thoughts, theories, products and services in 10 minutes.
This event will be held during the lunch breaks on both the day.
Please note spaces are filling fast for business presentations – contact Brett Thomson now.
Breakfast Symposium on Wednesday April 3 hosted by DNV GL
Networking drinks sponsored by REC Solar
Take a look at the three Electric Vehicles on show: The Hyundai Kona Electric, Nissan LEAF and ACE Urban being launched later this year.
Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition 2019 also features the latest products and energy management solutions from all three manufacturers who have set up facilities in South Australia: sonnen, Eguana Technologies and Alpha ESS
There is more!
Network with 5000+ smart energy industry professionals and business decision makers at a variety of networking and social events
Earn CPD points by attending the three Conference streams
The Smart Energy Council would like to acknowledge its 2019 conference sponsors:
Platinum partner: Alpha ESS, Longi Solar and Hyundai Green Energy
Gold Sponsors: AC Solar Warehouse, Eguana Tech, Fronius, Growatt, LG Electronics & 5B.
Conference session partners: CEFC, Canadaian Solar, Redback Technologies, Q-Cells
Come along and hear more about the energy transition on April 2 and 3 at the Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition at the International Convention Centre in Sydney.
To register for the free-to-attend trade show and conference visit the Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition website: www.smartenergyexpo.org.au