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All-Energy Australia Expo

October 11 @ 8:00 AM - October 12 @ 5:00 PM

Free (conditional)
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Renewable and alternative energy has become a focal point for trade industries across the globe. The discussion regarding the impact of fossil fuels on the environment has begun to shape the operation of mining, construction, farming, and general trade industries. All-Energy Australia is the largest alternative energy expo in the country, with the two day event covering the latest sustainable energy ideas and products available across the industry.

Visitors

As EPA impositions require trade and resource companies to become more active in carbon mitigation solutions and seek sustainable, greener energy sources, the industries adapt to remain productive without burdening the climate. The All-Energy Australia expo will showcase the new technology and energy solutions that have made these adaptions possible, with the leading minds and manufacturers all gathering in the same place.

This year’s expo will fill the floor of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will energy management products and business services. To see the full range of products that will be on display during the event, visit the online product showroom.

During the afternoon of the 11th (5-6.30PM), attendees will also be invited to attend a networking event. The networking event will give industry professionals from all levels of energy businesses the opportunity to make new contacts and build on existing relationships. To attend the networking event, register on site on the day of the event.

This year the event will again frame the current alternative energy discussion through a series of conference seminars and industry workshops. These speeches will feature 200 industry speakers across 7 session streams and will address the latest developments within the field while informing investors about the performance of existing technologies.

Exhibitors

For companies working with clean energy solutions and fossil fuel alternatives, All-Energy Australia presents an unprecedented opportunity to reach a dedicated gathering of professionals and investors relative to the field. All-Energy Australia will include packages for exhibitors that increase marketing outreach through print and online advertising, and will list your business in the expo’s online exhibitor directory.

If you are interested in boosting your product or business to a targeted market, you can contact the show’s account manager on +61 (2) 9422 8921.

Tickets

From the site:

ADMISSION

Registration is required for all trade visitors, and a badge must be worn at all times. Admission is restricted to professional and business visitors.

Delegates should be engaged in legitimate professional areas of the energy industry.

All stand personnel, delegates, guests, stand contractors and services acknowledge that only the Organiser’s official admission badge, worn by the person named on it, will permit admission into All-Energy Australia.

Any person found to be registering to attend All-Energy Australia using false information or credentials or deliberately with-holding information may have their application automatically denied.

Without prejudice, the organisers reserve the right to exclude any person(s).

STUDENTS

Teachers MUST pre-register student groups. Please contact us for more details. Teacher(s) must be present at all times.

All-Energy Australia is strictly a trade business event and it is NOT open to the general public. No primary or secondary student groups are allowed to attend the exhibition.

CHILDREN

No person under the age of 18 years, including children of exhibitors, will be admitted during the tenancy period.

INTERNATIONAL VISITORS

A valid visa may be required to enter Australia. For information about visas contact the Australian Embassy in your country.

Reed Exhibitions Australia Pty Ltd does not issue ‘Letters of Invitation’ to visitors that wish to attend the exhibition. The ‘Confirmation of Registration’ that is automatically generated and sent via email after successful online registration should be used by visitors when they are applying for a VISA to enter Australia.

How To Get There

From the site:

The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is located on the banks of the Yarra River, only a short walk from Melbourne’s central business district, and a 20-minute drive to Melbourne Airport connects MCEC to the rest of Australia and the world.

Tram

Tram numbers 96, 112 and 109 travel down Spencer/Clarendon streets and stop opposite the Clarendon Street entrance of the MCEC. Tram numbers 48 and 70 stop at the end of Flinders Street. Walk towards the Yarra River, across the new pedestrian bridge.

Bike

The City of Melbourne’s cycling network has over 135 km of on- and off-road routes. To find out about cycling lanes and routes in Melbourne visit the City of Melbourne website.

Train

Take the train to Southern Cross Station. Tram numbers 96, 109 and 112 travel past Southern Cross Station down Spencer/Clarendon Streets and stop opposite the MCEC.

Bus

The SkyBus transports visitors direct from Melbourne Airport to Southern Cross Station. MCEC is a 10 minute walk from the station or catch tram 96 which stops opposite the Clarendon Street entrance of MCEC. Bus route 238 operates to and from Southern Cross Station to Convention Centre Place between the hours of 10am – 3pm, Monday to Friday. The coach pick-u/drop-off point is coach bay 1, Convention Centre Place (closest to DFO South Wharf). Visit http://ptv.vic.gov.au for timetable information.

Taxi

For the Exhibition Centre ask driver to drop off at the Clarendon Street entrance of MCEC.

For the Convention Centre ask driver to drop off at Convention Centre Place, next to the Hilton South Wharf Hotel.

If you’re driving to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, there are five car parks available for use.

1. MELBOURNE EXHIBITION CENTRE PARKING

1060 undercover parking spaces available, managed by Wilson Parking. Entrance and exit off Normanby Road with a height restriction of 2.2 metres.

Open 24 hours, seven days a week.

2. SIDDELEY STREET PARKING

Open 24 hours, seven days a week.

3. FREEWAY PARKING

This is a Wilson Parking car park, located at Munro Street under the Westgate Bridge. You can access this car park via Normanby Road and Munro Street.

4. SOUTH WHARF PARKING

550 open air parking spaces available, managed by Wilson Parking. Entrance off Normanby Road.

Open 24 hours, seven days a week.

5. MONTAGUE STREET PARKING

This is a Care car park, located at Montague Street. You can access this car park via Munro Street followed by Montague Street.

Details

Start:
October 11 @ 8:00 AM
End:
October 12 @ 5:00 PM
Cost:
Free (conditional)
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Website:
http://www.all-energy.com.au/en/exhibit/why-exhibit/

Organizer

Reed Exhibitions
Phone:
(02) 9422 2500
Website:
http://www.reedexhibitions.com.au/

Venue

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006 Australia + Google Map

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