All Energy Australia 2023, a large clean energy event hosted in Melbourne, has drawn to a close. The event, which took place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre over two days, set a record with more than 11,500 unique visitors.
The event showcased innovations including solar panel garages, AI-generated robots, remote-controlled car races, and an exclusive visit from her royal highness, princess Astrid of Belgium.
Robby Clark, portfolio director at RX Global, says: “While we were already aware that registrations had surpassed all previous records ahead of the show, discovering the total attendance was a thrilling moment.”
“With our exhibitor numbers up 21% and our conference growing substantially with daily plenaries and nine separate streams, the overwhelming response from attendees underscores the industry’s thirst for knowledge, collaboration, and innovation.”
Kane Thornton, CEO of the Clean Energy Council, partners in the event, adds: “It’s the biggest exhibition for the entire clean energy industry with over 400 exhibitors showcasing their latest products alongside a fantastic speaker program.”
Alongside Tesla, BayWa r.e., Raystech Group, Schneider Electric, and SolarEdge Technologies, attendees saw cutting-edge technologies, insights, and trends shaping the future of sustainable power generation.
The conference, featuring over 400 expert speakers, covered various themes, from decarbonisation and electric vehicles to solar PV, hydrogen, grid integration, security, and reliability.
The 2024 edition will be held again at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, from 23 – 24 October 2024.