Sept 10 Queensland Smart Energy Conference
Queensland boasts the largest solar generation output and number of solar jobs, and development continues at a pace. During the three months to June, almost half of the 1,500 MW renewable energy projects along Australia’s east coast were located in Queensland. There’s more in the pipeline: find out what’s on the drawing board at the Queensland Smart Energy Conference on Tuesday, 10 September at the Royal International Convention Centre, Brisbane Showgrounds.
The free-to-attend conference will deliver up-to-date information on the Vision for North Queensland, Modular hydrogen solutions, “Intelligent” batteries, smart transport policy, the EV market and all energy related projects and advances in Queensland which has a target of 50 per cent renewables by 2030.
A top line-up of speakers from across the industry and government agencies will address today’s hot topics, with a particular focus on the development and range of large-scale renewable energy projects in Queensland and the positive impact on demand for goods and services, employment levels and the environment.
The conference sessions will include market intelligence along with a review of the energy market, large-scale storage and smart energy innovation as well as the vision for North Queensland and NQ projects including hydrogen developments and modular hydrogen solutions.
Delegates will also have the opportunity to see some of the most innovative equipment brands, with the event showcasing the latest technologies on offer in the exhibition area adjoining the conference rooms.
Among the expert presenters are:
Violette Mouchaileh of AEMO, Jacqui Walters of CleanCo, Paul McCartney of CEFC
Julia Coates of AECOM Australia, and Shane Hogan, Clean Energy Regulator.
Significant local and global companies are well represented, among them Roger Price of Windlab Limited, Attilio Pigneri of The Hydrogen Utility, Dong Lin of Alpha ESS, Jaad Cabbabe of Fluence Energy and Patrick Mathweew of Redback.
Insights in to market intelligence will be delivered by Ric Brazzale of Green Energy Trading, Nigel Morris of Solar Analytics, David Leitch of ITK Services and Geoff Bragg of the Smart Energy Council.
On the technical and innovation front are speakers Tim Washington of Jet Charge, Paul McArdle of Global Roam, Tony D'Alessandro of RDA Australia, John Keskeredis of Integra Energy along with Glen Morris of Solarquip, Richard McIndoe of Edge Electrons and Cameron Young of Evergen.
Networking and engaging directly with Queensland industry will also be a key feature.
Interested in exhibiting your products and engaging directly with Queensland industry?
Limited partnership and exhibition opportunities are available, contact
Brett Thompson, Sales Manager on mobile +61 402 181 250, or at [email protected]
Marianne Fang, China Sales Manager on mobile 188 96 983 297 or at [email protected] 或添加微信
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