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All-Energy Australia 2016 Trina Solar and SMA. Through the MeetMe networking opportunity, delegates will have the chance to schedule one-on-one sessions with exhibitors. The event will also see the continuation of the strategic partnership between Reed Exhibitions Australia and Clean Energy Council. As part of the Clean Energy Council’s Professional Development Day, solar installers will have access to expert advice on the big design and installation issues facing the industry, while designers and installers will get the latest updates on standards and compliance issues. Clean Energy Council Chief Executive Kane Thornton said the organisation was proud to continue the partnership, which would “ensure the renewable energy industry could access the best innovations, experts and solutions in the one place”. “All-Energy Australia 2015 was a resounding success, and we look forward to building on that success in 2016 through the Clean Energy Council’s solar technical program and professional development components, which are free to attend.” The program also features the ATRAA conference, which will delve into more detail on technical and business issues and opportunities across two streams. The technical stream will focus on new technologies, battery storage issues and case studies from the Clean Energy Council Industry Award winners. The business stream will examine issues facing the industry, including panel integrity, warranty concerns and challenges facing commercial installs. © Stock.Adobe.com/au/lvnl

Clean Energy Council Accreditation Manager Sandy Atkins said: “All-Energy is the perfect opportunity for solar installers to complete some valuable professional development, all at no cost. “The Clean Energy Council accredits more than 4000 solar installers right across Australia, and the partnership with AllEnergy Australia has allowed us to vastly improve the conference and professional development opportunities we deliver to them. “The technical solar conference (ATRAA) and Professional Clean and renewable energy event All-Energy Australia will this year look at the three key areas of future grid, energy storage and energy efficiency, for a focused approach that will provide delegates with the latest technology and expert advice in the sector. More than 150 industry speakers are lined up to cover the event’s seven conference streams, including smart grid, off-grid solutions, community energy, investment opportunities, electric

Development Day at All-Energy are both first rate in terms of the content and expert presenters. In 2016, we will once again incorporate all the hot topics the solar industry wants to hear, including battery storage, important changes to standards and regulations, installation how-tos and the latest exciting technologies,” said Atkins. The event is free to attend, with delegate registrations set to open on 20 June.

cars, bioenergy and wave energy technology. Energy storage, smart grid and energy efficiency have been earmarked as the standout streams for the All-Energy Australia conference, with each set to attract internationally

What: All-Energy Australia

acclaimed speakers.

When: 4–5 October 2016

Leading companies have meanwhile signed on for All-Energy Australia’s exhibition floor, which this year will include a two-

Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre Web: www.all-energy.com.au

day solar installer demonstration run by Clenergy, Solar Juice,

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