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elegates can expect a number of new elements in this year’s conference program and on the exhibition floor,” said Reed Exhibitions Australia Executive Director Robby Clark. “We’re always looking for ways to innovate, which includes the ongoing strategic partnership with  the Clean Energy Council and this year’s partnership with the Australian Technologies Competition which is sure to pique the interest of the investment sector in our free, two day event.”

The Australian Technologies Competition (ATC) is a strategically designed technology incubator program, with a history of strong results in terms of successful commercialisation and project finance outcomes for participants. All-Energy Australia will host part of the ATC on site this year, with a focus on New Energy, Smart Cities and Global Development. Other additions include the introduction of All-Energy Australia’s all new business matching program, which offers delegates the opportunity to pre-book a networking session with one of the event’s global and domestic exhibitors, supporting targeted business to business opportunities. “It’s all about maximising the visitor’s time while onsite at All-Energy to ensure their business objectives are met and their expectations exceeded,” said Mr Clark. “As Australia’s single largest, free, clean and renewable energy conference and exhibition, there is a lot to pack into two days and so we want to make their experience as simple and useful as possible.” The 2016 conference program centres on 3 core pillars: a focus on smart grid developments, energy efficiency and advances in energy storage. The agenda also features a strong focus on solar and

wind developments, as part of the broadest range of topics at any Australian renewable energy event, with key insights and updates on including community energy, energy, government initiatives, low carbon transport, market developments, new technology and innovation and clean energy project development and bioenergy. Special events include the Oktoberfest themed Grand Networking Event proudly sponsored by SMA, providing a fun and festive opportunity for delegates to mix, mingle and unwind, while the opening plenary programs and closing debate, offer a forum for challenging high level discussion. The Clean Energy Council (CEC) will also host the premier networking event for the small-scale solar industry, the ATRAA Dinner, as well as an extensive free program of continuous professional development for solar designers and installers. Throughout the CEC’s PD day and ATRAA conference, eligible delegates stand to gain 15 CPD points for every session attended. The CEC will also bring back the Women in Renewables Luncheon, part of their excellent initiatives to achieve better gender balance at all levels of the renewable energy industry.

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Registration for Australia’s single largest, free clean and renewable energy conference and exhibition, All-Energy Australia, is now open. The All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 4 - 5 October 2016. To register visit all-energy.com.au/registernow

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 4 OCTOBER 2016 ALL-ENERGY AUSTRALIA 8:10

PARTNER PROGRAM

Welcome from the Chair: Kane Thornton, Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council

Theatre 1

Theatre 2

Clean Energy Council PD Day

8:05

State Ministerial Welcome: The Hon Liliana D’Ambrosio MP, Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Government of Victoria

8:20

Federal Ministerial Address

8:40

International Keynote Address

9:10

National Keynote Address: Andy Vesey, Chief Executive Officer, AGL

9:40

Panel Discussion: Changing consumer demands and the shift towards a consumer centric and increasingly open energy marketplace - is the industry adapting fast enough? Are we equipped to make the necessary changes?

9:00 – 10:30

Showcase: Australia’s Wave Energy Atlas and Global Developments in Marine Energy

CEC Professional Development Updates and Need to Know Dr Mark Hemer,

Kane Thornton, Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council Andy Vesey, Chief Executive Officer, AGL Ed McManus, Chief Executive Officer, Powershop

Sandy Atkins, Clean Energy Council

Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO

15 CPD POINTS

10:20

BREAK

10:30

Morning Tea is served for VIP Package ticket holders

BREAK

11:00 – 12:30

11:00 – 12:20 Energy Efficiency 1: The Building Blocks of Energy Efficiency led by the Energy Efficiency Council

Community Energy 1: New Models and Innovative Initiatives Shaping the Future of Community Energy

Luke Menzel, Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Efficiency Council

Alison Crook AO, Chair, Enova Community Energy

Dr Paul Bannister, Manager Projects and Advisory Services Division, Energy Action Steve McCaffrey, Energy Specialist at Honeywell Energy Solutions and Certified Energy Efficiency Leader

Government Initiatives: Future Roadmaps and Progressive Strategies for Renewable Energy at a State Level

Catherine Way, Industry Development Manager, Dr Christina Kirsch, Director, RenewablesSA ClearSky Solar Investments Scott Hamilton, Executive Director, Renewable Energy, Kacey Clifford, Project Department of Environment, Coordinator & Community Land, Water and Planning, Engagement Manager, Victoria Tyalgum Energy Project Yu Chan, Senior Manager, PV Projects Business, Australia, Canadian Solar (Australia) Pty Ltd

12:20

Smart Grid 1: Looking at the Future of Disruptive Technologies and Business Models

Energy Storage 1: Economics and Market Projections for Energy Storage

CEC Professional Development Design Issues

Craig Chambers, Market Sector Director - Power, AECOM

Jacob Kharoufeh, Analyst, Energeia

15 CPD POINTS

Mal Coble, Group Manager, Business Diversification, TransGrid Joel Morris, Customer Insights Lead, Jemena

Scott Partlin, Global Product Manager, APAC, SMA Solar Technology AG

David Hershan, Senior Jon Sibley, Director Associate, Right Lane Energy and Waste Policy, Consulting Environment and Planning Directorate, ACT Government Dr Phil Blythe, Managing Director, GreenSync

12:30

BREAK

BREAK

13:30 – 15:00

13:20 – 14:40

Exploring how Technologies such as IoT, DataAnalytics, SCADA and Communications are Transforming the Renewable Energy Sector Xie Bin, Europe Marketing Manager, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd

Wind Energy 1: Recent Developments in Wind Energy Project Development Globally and Domestically Alicia Webb, Senior Policy Advisor, Clean Energy Council

Hon Peter Rae AO, Marc Holt, General Manager, President, World Wind Association Australia & New Zealand, Tendril Alex Hewitt, Managing James DiLiberto, Director of Director, CWP Renewables Pty Ltd Engineering, AZZO Pty Ltd

Market Developments 1: Investment Outlook: Analyst and Investor Perspectives

Off Grid 1: Technical Challenges and Other Key Developments in Micro Grids

Energy Storage 2: Latest Advances in Battery Storage System Technologies

CEC Professional Development Install Issues

Tom Butler, Network Specialist, Clean Energy Council

Juergen Zimmermann, Manager Research and Development, ABB

John Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Ecoult

Eddie Springer, Springers Solar

Matthew Rennie, Oceania Power and Utilities Leader, EY

Raymond Pratt, Chief Executive Officer, AllGrid Energy

Cody Hua, General Manager, SolaX Power Australia

Deborah Oberon

15 CPD POINTS

Shane Bannister, Area Sales Manager NSW/VIC/TAS, ComAp Pty Ltd

15:00

BREAK Afternoon Tea is served for VIP Package ticket holders

BREAK

15:30 – 17:00

15:25 – 16:45 Energy Efficiency 2: Meeting Australia’s Energy Productivity and Carbon Mitigation Targets by Improving Performance in Government, Business and the Community James O’Toole, General Manager of Energy and Carbon Policy Taskforce, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

Energy Storage 3: Residential Energy Storage

Solar 1: Outlook and Direction for Successful Development of Commercial Scale Solar

New Technology 2: Meeting Future Technology Innovation and R&D Needs in the Clean Energy Sector

Market Developments 2: Building a Robust Energy Sector Through a Future Facing Commercial Approach

Warwick Johnston, Managing Director, SunWiz

Ariel Liebman, Deputy Director, Monash Energy Materials and Systems Institute

Ed McManus, Chief Executive Officer, Powershop Stefan Jarnason, CEO, Solar Analytics Connor James, Director,

Renzo Gaggioli, Project Manager, Energy Business, Canadian Solar (Australia) Pty Ltd Andrew Gilhooly, Business Development Manager, SunPower

Jonathan Jutsen, Chief Innovation Officer, Energetics Michelle Crosbie, General Manager, Clean Energy Gavin Diamond, Regional Sales Manager, Australia and Regulator New Zealand, EnerNOC

Women in Renewables Lunch

Rod Dewar, Fronius

Graham Davies, Managing Director, Resonant Solutions

Bronwyn Sutton, Principal Scott Partlin, Global Product Manager, SMA Solar Renewable Energy Consultant, SgurrEnergy Technology

14:40

Kondo-Francois Aguey-Zinsou, Associate Professor, UNSW Australia

Matt Coleman, Head of Operations and Special Projects, GreenSync

Lunch is served for VIP Package ticket holders

New Technology 1:

R&D Showcase: The Future of Battery Technology

Scott Ferraro, Head of Implementation, ClimateWorks Australia Simon Brink, Engineer, Manningham City Council

Energy Compliance Services Pty Ltd Tom Quinn, Executive Director, Future Business Council Jay Rutovitz, Research Principal, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney

Dean Condon, Technology Innovation Engineer, Ergon Energy

Leigh Chivers, Strategy Engineer Future Network Technology, CitiPower / Powercor

CEC Professional Development The Future

Workshop: Community Solar Project Financial and Funding Toolkit

Jennifer Lauber Patterson, Managing Director, Robbie Nichols, Frontier Carbon Clean Energy Limited & Chair, Council Yarra Energy Foundation Senior Representative, & Head, Climate Market Global Investment Sustainable Energy Solutions Association for Australia and NZ (GSES) 15 CPD POINTS

Eli Court, Implementation Manager, ClimateWorks Australia

GRAND NETWORKING FUNCTION

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 5 OCTOBER 2016 ALL-ENERGY AUSTRALIA

PARTNER PROGRAM

8:30

Welcome from the Chair

Theatre 1 Theatre 2 ATRAA Conference

8:35

National Keynote Address: Alan Finkel, The Chief Scientist of Australia (Invited)

9:00

9:00

Innovation Showcase: Cutting-edge technological advances in clean energy

– 10:30

Lior Handlesman, VP Marketing & Product Strategy, Founder, SolarEdge Paul Liddell, Chief Information Officer, Redback Technologies

9:30

CEC ATRAA Conference - Technical Stream: Session 1 Behind the Meter

National Keynote Address: Market Impacts of the Renewable Energy Target and Sector Development Opportunities to Build Investment in the Large Scale Renewable Energy Target Mary-Anne Wilson, General Manager, Clean Energy Regulator

9:50

Panel Discussion: Bringing stronger investment into the Australian clean energy sector – where are the current opportunities and are we doing enough to make Australia bankable?

Murray Hogarth, Wattwatchers 15 CPD POINTS

10:30

10:30

BREAK

BREAK

Morning Tea is served for VIP Package ticket holders

11:00

11:00 – 12:20

– 12:30 Government Initiatives 2: Low Carbon Cities: The Interplay between Cities, Towns and Renewable Energy Demian Natakhan, Director, Enhar Pty Ltd - Sustainable Energy Consulting Toby Roxburgh, Director, Beast Solutions

Solar 2: Technical Capabilities and Design Considerations for Solar Projects Jackson Moore, Head of Section, Solar APAC, DNV GL- Energy Rodd Zhang, Solaraus Geza Anderson, Product Marketing Manager, Clenergy Ati Haghdadi, Structural Engineer, Gamcorp Consulting Engineers

Transport: Sharing the Most Recent Developments within the Electric Vehicles Market and its Surrounding Infrastructure

Future Energy and Energy Storage 4: the Grid: Case Study Commercial Scale Energy Session 1: Storage A Distributed Energy Dan Manderson, Senior Future: Considerations for Engineer – WSP, Parsons Technology and Policy Brinckerhoff

Behyad Jafari, Public Affairs Greg Garvin, Executive Manager, TransGrid General Manager, People Strategy & Stakeholders, Daryl Budgeon, Secretary, TransGrid Victorian Branch, Australian Electric Vehicle Association Graham Town, Professor, Macquarie University

Warrick Stapleton, Manager Future Network Technologies, CitiPower / Powercor

CEC ATRAA Conference - Business Stream: Session 1 Issues in The Industry

Jeff Wehl, Ecolectric

Sandy Pulsford, Clean Energy Council

15 CPD POINTS

Darren Gladman, Clean Energy Council

Justin Harding, Distributed Energy & Innovation Manager, AusNet Services

Bede Doherty, e-Mobility Manager, BMW Finance – Alphabet

12:20

Nirupa Chander, Projects & Service Manager, ABB

CEC ATRAA Conference - Technical Stream: Session 2 New Technologies

BREAK

15 CPD POINTS

12:30

13:20 – 14:40

BREAK

13:30 – 15:00 Energy Efficiency 3: New Technologies, Systems and Major Developments Improving Energy Efficiency

Bioenergy: Evaluating Bioenergy Applications on a Domestic and Global Scale from Technical Advancements to ES Solar Financial Models and Lachlan Bateman, Managing Delivery Methods Director, Clean Technology Partners Colin Bonner, Technical Director, Fulcrum 3D Yale Carden, Founder and MD, GeoExchange Australia Pty Ltd

Wind Energy 2: Operational Challenges and Improvements Sven Barkemeyer, Senior Engineer, DNV GL - Energy Ahmad Zahedi, Associate Professor, James Cook University

Sohum Gandhi, General Manager, Energence Sam Clayton, Senior Chemical Engineer, HRL Technology

Energy Storage 5: Technical Requirements for Implementing Energy Storage Systems Alan Carmody, Director, Alberfield

Jeremy Moon, Head of Andros Cadavid, Application Technical, RES Australia and New Zealand Engineer, Hybrid & Off-Grid, SMA Solar Technology AG Ilen Zazueta-Hall, Senior Director of Product Mr. Doug Scouller, Managing Director – Scouller Management, Enphase Technologies Energy

15:10 – 16:30 Market Developments 3: Technology, Models and Concepts Shaping the Low Carbon Future of the Modern Residential Home Lior Handlesman, VP Marketing & Product Strategy, Founder, SolarEdge Ivan Fernandez, Industry Director, Australia & New Zealand, Industry Practice, Frost & Sullivan Digby Forbes, Principal, The Forbes Connection Markus Lambert, General Manager, LG Electronics

Smart Grid 2: Grid Integration Systems Integration of Renewables in a Distributed Smart Grid Energy Network

Peter Leeson, Leeson Solar (Grid-connect under 15kW)

Warwick Johnston, SunWiz Senior Representative, Global Sustainable Energy Solutions (GSES) 15 CPD POINTS

BREAK

15:30 Low Carbon Transport: – 17:00 Electric Vehicle Innovation and The Future of CEC ATRAA Transport Conference - Business Stream: Session 3 Frequently Asked Questions

Project Development: Construction, Legal, Environmental, Financial and Procurement Considerations for New Renewable Energy Projects

Future Energy and the Grid: Case Study Session 2: Virtual Net Metering of Renewable Energy Production against Demand

Andrew Kerley, Engineering Manager – Wind, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff

Andrew Thaler, Operations Manager, XYZ Solar Pty Ltd

Jessica Curtis, National Sector Manager, Standards Australia

Adam Clarke, Program Coordinator, Newcastle City Council

Luke Pickles, Technical and Compliance Specialist, Clean Energy Council

Jon Prendergast, Energy Business Consultant, UTS and Bendigo Bank

Sam Behrens PhD, Senior Research Engineer, CSIRO Energy

Sandy Atkins, Clean Energy Council

Jessica Curtis, National Sector Manager, Standards Australia

15 CPD POINTS

Vivienne Roberts, Energy Consultant, Energy Ramblings David Buetefuer, Director of Sales and Business Development, The Solar Project Pty Ltd Kenny Walker, Senior Environmental Consultant, KBR

16:30 – 17:30

CEC ATRAA Conference - Business Stream: Session 2 Battery Storage

15 CPD POINTS

15:00

BREAK Lunch is served for VIP Package ticket holders

CEC ATRAA Conference - Technical Stream: Session 3 ATRAA Winners

Matthew Wilson, EnviroGroup (Grid-connect over 100kW)

Ravinder Soin, Director Mr. Daniel Ruoss, General Manager, SEA & AUS Energy - Sales and Business Development, Midnight Group – Canadian Solar Energy Pty Ltd Craig A Burton, Researcher, Moreland Energy Foundation Ltd

Merrill Gray, Managing Director and CEO BioSyngas Limited

14:40

Off Grid 2: An Overview of Current and Proposed Off Grid and Micro Grid Projects and their Commercial Requirements for Success

Energy Storage 6: Battery Safety and Performance Standards Sam Behrens PhD, Senior Research Engineer, CSIRO Energy

TBC, Clean Energy Regulator Michelle Taylor, Ergon Energy

Senior Representatives, Storage Integrity Working Group, Clean Energy Council

CLOSING DEBATE Moderator: Kane Thornton, Chief Executive, Clean Energy Council

FREE CPD POINTS The CEC’s PD Program provides a one-stop shop every year for solar installers to get their fix of expert advice on the big design and installation issues currently facing the industry. Designers and installers alike will get the latest updates on the big design and installation issues currently facing the industry. Attendance is free and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points will be available to eligible CEC installers who ‘scan’ into each session.

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STAND OUT STREAMS FOR 2016 Smart Grid

Energy Storage

Energy Efficiency

As part of our ‘future energy’, smart grids have the potential to improve the economy, lifestyle and environment for Australians. All-Energy Australia is providing an opportunity for businesses to participate in a new market that will change how electricity is produced, delivered and used. The new range of initiatives will allow visitors understand the solutions, benefits and possibilities of smart grids.

Due to high demand from the industry in recent years, All-Energy has introduced a strong focus on energy storage. The speaker program will address critical issues around this growing area of interest for the clean energy sector such as economics and market projections, a comparison of storage technologies, residential and commercial applications and key safety considerations in a rapidly expanding and potentially gravely dangerous area of energy technology.

All-Energy Australia connects visitors & exhibitors to provide economical solutions to live and work more sustainably. Ideas for energy efficiency improvements can be found at all levels of the organisation from shop floor operators through to corporate office. Attend this free world-class conference to keep up to date with the latest industry developments, listen to casestudies and learn about best-practice.

SPONSOR NEWS

Amerisolar: Innovations create green future 1.2GW solar modules in 2016 certified by TUV, ETL, MCS, J-PEC, JET, KEMCO, ISO9001, ISO14001, OH SAS18001, ect. 30-year Warranty and plus-tolerance for all “Amerisolar” modules, guaranteed by CHUBB Insurance and 25-year production experience. A stronger distribution network with 28 warehouses in 16 countries (Europe, America, Australia) for a faster local delivery service. Provide value-added technical service for solar power plants. Amerisolar is always creating technical innovations for solar modules and solar power plants, over 100 patents have been approved. Technical Innovation is the soul of Amerisolar for reliable solar power.

At All-Energy 2016 Fronius will be presenting solutions for making our energy systems more intelligent and more efficient. Visitors will be able to find us on stand 2314, where we will be showcasing products, technologies, technical support options and services that not only benefit the PV system owner, but that also make life easier for the installer and planner. Find out more about Fronius’ unique solutions for optimised feed-in management, intelligent management of energy flows and flexible storage systems. Plus, learn how the Fronius Service Partner program can help make your business more successful.

Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical Co., Ltd.,(HT-SAAE) belongs to China Aerospace Science & Technology Corporation, and Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology. HT-SAAE started its research on solar technology application in space in 1960’s. As a large scale state-owned company, HTSAAE owns a vertically-integrated industry chain from silicon ingots, wafers, cells, solar modules to solar system and its subsidiaries have formed three main industry bases in Shanghai, Jiangsu and Inner Mongolia. Since the beginning of 21st century, we have undertaken around 400 solar PV systems, including the “Bright Project” in west of China, The roof-top solar system for 2010 World EXPO. Solar plant in Jia Yuguan, China and solar plants in Italy and Germany.

Risen Energy, founded in 2002, has more than 14-year experience in solar industry. Risen Energy has wholly-owned company in Australia and keeps business for solar modules, sales & project, LED lightings and real estate, constantly offer the best service for all of its partners. Risen Energy is the Tier 1 modules maker with 3.1 GW capacities, which module performance ranked No.2 compare with 176 worldwide suppliers. Its financial statement ranked No.1 in China and No. 4 in worldwide. Risen Energy has a dream “Hundreds Million of Risen, Hundreds Years of Risen”, who is growing with its partners. Whenever there is sunshine, you will find Risen Energy!

Company Background Our company established since 2011 in Sydney, Australia. We have six locations in Australia, which are Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Townsville and we are currently employed over 50 staffs in different locations. Our Business Our major business is in Solar industry; we are the importers for the most of the Solar related products such as solar panels, inverter, isolator, mounting kit, etc. In addition, we are also having the capacity of “STC” trading for the Solar markets. We are continuing looking for any opportunities in the upcoming future for any products or services that we could growth with the company. Company Culture Our company is still a very young company, but we have a strong believe to our “CAN DO” attitude, we are understand that not every thing is impossible and as long as we have the positive attitude towards any problems or issues. We strongly believed each of the staff in our team should respect each other and works together to achieving into a new level.

Canadian Solar exists to make the difference. To our customers, colleagues, partners, investors, and all whose lives we touch. Founded in 2001 in Canada, Canadian Solar (NASDAQ: CSIQ) operates as a global energy provider with successful business subsidiaries in 20 countries on 6 continents including Australia. We’ve provided over 3500 customers in 100 plus countries with more than 14GW of PV modules, or over 50 million PV modules, in the past 15 years, that is making us one of the leading solar companies worldwide. Besides serving as a leading manufacturer of solar PV modules and provider of solar energy solutions, Canadian Solar has a geographically diversified pipeline of utilityscale power projects. For more information, please visit www.canadiansolar.com/au 4


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FOCUS AREAS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & PARTNER PROGRAM THEATRE 2 (STREAM 2)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & PARTNER PROGRAM

ONE–TO–ONE MEETINGS

GRAND NETWORKING EVENT

THEATRE 1 (STREAM 1)

TO WASTE EXPO

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP THEATRE

DEMONSTRATION AREA

ENTRY/EXIT

TO CONFERENCE SESSIONS

EXHIBITORS • ABB Australia • AC Solar Warehouse • AirRoad • All Grid Energy • Alpha Energy • Altenergy Power System Inc. • Anhui Daheng Energy Technology • Aquion Energy • ARENA • Australian Wind and Solar • Bainbridge Technologies • Bradman Recruitment Group • BYD • Canadian Solar Australia • Cetc Solar Energy • Clean Energy Council • Clenergy Australia • Crest Coatings • Delta Energy Systems (Australia) • Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport + Resources

• Ecoult • Edina • Emerging Energy Solutions Group • EMSc Asia Pacific • Energy Efficiency Council • Exhibitions and Trade Fairs • Exide Technologies • Fronius Australia • Fusion Power Systems • Green Energy Trading • Green Power Solutions • Greenbank Environmental • HW Technologies • Imeon Energy • Ingeteam Australia • IPD Group • Jinko Solar • Keysight Technologies • MPower • NSEW Energy • Octillion Power Systems • One Stop Warehouse • Optimal Group Australia

• Outback Power • Paragon Media • Perlight • Phoenix Contact Australia • Power Equipment • Powerark Solar • R & J Batteries • Radiant Photovoltaic Technology Australia • Radlink Communications • Redback Operations • RES Australia • RF Industries • S&C Electric Company • Schletter Australia • Sealed Performance Batteries • Selectronic Australia • Shenzhen INVT Electric • Shenzhen Yibo Electronics • Skillbuild Training • SMA Australia • Sol Distribution • Solar + Solutions

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