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ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN THE SPOTLIGHT IN MELBOURNE

26-06-2019
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Free registration is now open for the inaugural Energy Efficiency Expo, to be held in Melbourne on 23rd and 24th October 2019.

The new trade exhibition and conference has been launched by Reed Exhibitions Australia in partnership with the Energy Efficiency Council to help organisations solve their energy productivity and affordability challenges. It will be staged alongside All-Energy Australia and Waste Expo Australia at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Within the theme ‘Ensuring Australia’s Energy Future’, the expo will provide a singular opportunity to source innovative products or services and gain insights from the industry’s leading experts for better energy efficiency.

According to Luke Menzel, Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Efficiency Council, the expo is designed to provide a focal point for Australian businesses to learn about the benefits of energy efficiency and manage their energy bills.

“As the single, most powerful tool we have to cut energy bills, improve energy security, and address climate change, energy efficiency has become a top priority for Australian businesses.

“Energy efficiency is the world’s first fuel – because the cheapest source of energy is cutting energy waste – and is crucial to improving the productivity of Australian businesses.

“We encourage businesses that are looking to realise the financial and other benefits of improved energy management to join us at this new industry forum,” says Menzel.

Robby Clark, Exhibition Director at Reed Exhibitions Australia, adds: “At Energy Efficiency Expo, organisations across business, government and industry, will have a new opportunity to source the latest innovative solutions and expert insights to evolve their energy management and reduce costs. We’re proud to be partnering with the Energy Efficiency Council to deliver this beneficial industry event.”

The Energy Efficiency Expo conference will be held in the Energy Transformation Theatre on the exhibition floor. The conference agenda has been developed to support business and industry leaders who are focused on implementing practical solutions to solve current energy efficiency challenges.

Expert speakers will discuss energy management fundamentals and strategies for businesses, manufacturers, food processors, commercial building owners and local government. The programme will also feature joint opening and closing plenaries with All-Energy Australia’s conference programme.

The exhibition will feature energy efficient solutions from the likes of: Alinta Energy Geothermal, Ampcontrol, Beovista, Eco Light Up, EMSc Asia Pacific, Fuseco, Gree, Lightsource BP, Lightwork Residential, National Carbon Bank of Australia, Omniflow Australia, Rexel Australia, Stiebel Eltron, T4E, Tesla, Wattly and Wattwatchers.

Energy Efficiency Expo
www.energyefficiencyexpo.com.au

 

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