Generating an appeal across almost every industry, the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition 2017 will arrive in Sydney from the 14-15th of June. The exhibition will highlight the potential of energy storage utilities and petition for investment in Australia’s energy storage future. The 2017 event is planning to attract more than 2300 visitors with exhibitions from 60+ industry leaders over the two day period.
Energy resources commonly impact decisions within trade industries where machines are a constant. As EPA requirements gradually determine work site standards, the discussion of renewable and recyclable energy remains relevant within Australia. The Australian Energy Storage event will demonstrate the potential of the energy storage by hosting a range of keynote speakers.
Speakers will address the financial benefits of energy storage, the regulatory reform and incentive programs that can promote energy storage within a range of fields, and the future of energy storage software and systems. Among the speakers invited are Dr Michael Ottaviano (CEO Carnegia Clean Energy), Catherine Von Burg (President SimpliPhi Power) and Benjamin Kölle (General Manager GEM Energy Australia).
The exhibition will be divided into dedicated zones that will focus on energy storage for utilities, energy businesses, building management and emerging electric vehicle markets. These zones will include an EV & Charging Zone as well as a Renewable Cities Zone, where the focus is on those those leading the energy discourse on the ground. Workshops will run through the entire event, giving visitors an opportunity to learn and interact with future energy solutions.
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition is a great opportunity to introduce an energy storage idea or product to thousands of attendees interested in the booming industry. The exhibition marks the one time during the year when energy storage ideas are shared in Sydney, and can connect businesses with more than 2,300 targeted attendees. More information about the event can be found in the 2017-Australian-Energy-Storage-Exhibition-Prospectus.
If the market fits, register to become an exhibitor at the exhibition’s information page.
The trade exhibition is free to attend, however any prospective attendees will need to register at www.australianenergystorage.com.au/register-here/.
The conference pricing is as follows;
1 Day Pass – $748
2 Day Pass – $1,144
1 Day Pass Student – $686
2 Day Pass Student – $1,012
1 Day Pass – $ 935
2 Day Pass – $1,430
1 Day Pass Student – $858
2 Day Pass Student – $1,265
From the site:
The show will be held in the Exhibition Hall of the International Convention Centre, Sydney.
The International Convention Centre is located at 14 Darling Drive, Sydney and is approximately 8km from Sydney Airport, which is a 25 minutes drive on average. Whether you’re travelling by car, rail or bus, the simple directions below will assist.
A short walk from Town Hall will take you directly to Darling Harbour. For information about travelling by rail, including timetable information, call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit Sydney Trains
There are frequent bus services to the International Convention Centre from the city and Sydney’s domestic and international airport. For bus timetables call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit www.131500.com.au
The entrance to the International Convention Centre car park is via Darling Drive. Alternatively Wilson’s Parking on 100 Murray street is the next closest car park available.
For details on parking fees for the International Convention Centre car park please contact the ICC on 02 9215 7100.
Wilson’s Parking can be contacted on 1800 727 5464. Parking fees for Wilson’s listed below:
|0.0 – 0.5 hrs||$6.00|
|0.5 – 1.0 hrs||$16.00|
|1.0 – 2.0 hrs||$26.00|
|2.0 – 3.0 hrs||$30.00|
|3.0 + hrs||$38.00|
Early Bird Parking
|Mon – Fri||$15.00|
|Mon – Thurs||$15.00|
Entry after 6pm, exit before 4am
Disabled Parking Area
To gain access to the disabled parking area, please contact the numbers provided above for more information.
All above information has been collected from the International Convention Centre website.
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