All-Energy Australia 2012 international conference
Melbourne, 10-11 October 2012
Admission to the exhibition, conference and networking evening is free of charge to all those with a business/professional interest in clean/renewable/sustainable energy. [Strictly NO admission to anyone under the age of 18]
John Gorton, Group Exhibition Director Reed Exhibitions says:“All-Energy Australia is a great event. In 2011 over 3,600 participants from all over the world came together with 230 exhibiting companies for the 2-day conference and exhibition. The business model for this event has proved to be very successful and has achieved significant support from within the industry. Our goal is to follow this model and build on this already strong foundation by working with our sister events and partners around the world to deliver the very best conference program and exhibition.
The space reserved for exhibitors has been greatly expanded this year to 3,750m2 compared to 3,000m2 last year, 1,750m2 the year before and 875m2 in 2009, the event’s debut year.
It is anticipated that more than 4,000 delegates will attend the exhibition and conference, up from 3,600 last year, 3,000 in 2010 and 1,750 in 2009. All-Energy Australia Regional Director Boyd Dale says the ongoing success of the event can be attributed to the ground-breaking trade model of free-to-delegate attendance and the high calibre of speakers and exhibitors.
“This provides maximum exposure for clean energy technology providers,” Mr Dale says.
Upwards of 100 leading international and Australian speakers, chosen for their energy expertise, will address the two-day event. All-Energy Australia Business Development Manager Mary Hendriks says bookings have already exceeded last year’s levels by more than 30% and she anticipates well in excess of 200 exhibitors.
“Returning exhibitors are taking more space than they have in the past, while the interest shown and pavilions booked by international exhibitors has exceeded all expectations,” Ms Hendriks says.
“In addition to solar, wind and marine energy exhibitors, we anticipate a good number of new participants, including those with a specific interest in biofuels and energy efficiency.”
See more at the All-Energy web site (opens in a new window).