Smart Energy Show 2019

The 2019 Smart Energy Show is not to be missed. Featuring a top-line up of presenters who are experts in their fields, and a hall-full of exhibitors, show goers will hear and see the latest in renewable energy advances and innovation from developers, investors, policy makers, manufacturers and distributors. 

The industry is powering along: by late 2018 Australia had smashed the two million mark – that’s two million households with rooftop PV, with five million residents directly benefitting from solar power.

Progressive state government have introduced strong renewables targets and a raft of programs and incentives to encourage ever-more homeowners to take up solar PV and storage, setting the industry on track to reach new highs.

At the same time a series of large-scale solar, wind and storage projects are under development in all states.

The transition of the energy industry is well under way, and opportunities abound in the unstoppable renewables industry.

As ex-PM Malcolm Turnbull declared at this week’s Smart Energy Summit in Sydney:  “The challenge is to get from fossil fuels to a clean energy future … truly there has never been a more exciting time to be in the energy industry”

If we are to heed global warnings we need to lift the pace of development.

The Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition 2019 takes place on the eve of the next federal election – what renewable energy policies will the parties be proposing? Will they be realistic, and what will be the impact on the industry?

Find out more on April 2 and 3 2019 at the ICC in Sydney.

As many as 6,000 delegates expected at Smart Energy 2019.


This is a FREE to attend event


Make a diary note now: Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 April 2019

 The Smart Energy Council would like to acknowledge its 2019 sponsors:

Platinum Partner

Alpha ESS

 Gold Partners

AC Solar Warehouse, Eguana Tech, Fronius, Growatt, and LG Electronics.

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Upcoming Events

26 Jun
Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, NSW
27 Jun
Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Sydney,
7 Apr
International Convention Centre Sydney, NSW