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RENEWABLES AND EFFICIENCY SHOW UP NEXT YEAR IN SYDNEY

20-08-2019
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The Clean Energy Council has teamed up with Reed Exhibitions Australia to launch a new industry exhibition focusing on the latest renewable energy and energy efficiency technology. The Energy Next show will be held for the first time on 14th and 15th July 2020 at the International Convention Centre Sydney alongside the Clean Energy Council’s annual Australian Clean Energy Summit.

Energy Next will showcase the latest renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions from lighting to insulation products, energy monitoring and metering, energy storage, solar and wind energy, distribution networks, project development and low-carbon transport. Seminars, practical workshops and networking functions will also be held on the exhibition floor, providing visitors the opportunity to learn more about the transformational energy solutions to solve their renewable energy challenges.

Kane Thornton, Chief Executive of the Clean Energy Council, says the show will compliment the Australian Clean Energy Summit as a leading industry hub for clean and renewable energy industry engagement.

“Announcing the inaugural edition of Energy Next for 2020 is incredibly exciting, especially following the completion of another highly successful Australian Clean Energy Summit at the end of July.

“The colocation of Energy Next with next year’s event will generate even further conversations and connections to improve clean energy generation and adoption.

“We are proud to be partnering with Reed Exhibitions Australia to offer NSW-based organisations a clean energy event, which is timely due to the unprecedented boom in wind and solar projects and New South Wales’ target of zero net emissions by 2050.”

According to Robby Clark, Exhibition Director at Reed Exhibitions Australia: “Energy Next will support the Clean Energy Council’s Australian Clean Energy Summit from 2020, to support clean energy adoption and energy efficiency improvement in New South Wales, which is particularly relevant with over 600 multinational companies and 90 renewable projects valued at $20 billion in the pipeline within the state.

“The event will be relevant for installers, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers across utilities, energy management, energy storage, onsite renewables, off-grid applications and smart grids by offering access to the leading innovative solutions and approaches to enhance their clean energy usage.”

Energy Next
02 9422 8921
www.energynext.com.au

 

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