All-Energy Australia 2012, now in its fourth year, is supported by the Victorian Government and will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on October 10th and 11th. The exhibition showcases no-carbon and low-carbon technologies, including solar, wind, marine, bio-fuels and geothermal power, carbon sequestration, sustainable transport and energy efficiency.
More than 100 speakers and in excess of 200 local and overseas exhibitors are expected to participate, with much interest from Europe and Asia.Key industry involvement will come from the Clean Energy Council, the Energy Efficiency Council, the Australian Solar Energy Society, the Sustainable Energy Association and the Biofuels Association of Australia.
The multi-stream conference involves five concurrent sessions covering diverse topics, among them streams dedicated to the Biolfuels Association of Australia, the Melbourne Energy Institute, the Facilities Managers Association of Australia, the Energy Efficiency Council and Young Energy Professionals (part of the Australian Institute of Energy).
October 10th will focus on carbon capture and storage, Australian solar innovations, solar PV and solar thermal, clean and renewable energy in industry, local government, state government and in international economic development, wind energy, biomass, geothermal and marine energy.