Wednesday, 23 October 2019


Opening Plenary - Grand Plenary Hall
 

8:15am


Chair: Kane Thornton, CEO, Clean Energy Council
Welcome to the Country
Welcome Remarks: Robby Clark, Exhibition Director, All-Energy Australia and Kane Thornton, CEO, Clean Energy Council
 

8:40am


Keynote Address: Professor David Shipworth, Energy and the Built Environment, UCL Energy Institute
 

8:50am


Keynote Address: Richard Adams, Director, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, NREL and Tim Finnigan, Director, CSIRO Energy 
 

9:10am


‚ÄčVictorian Minister's Welcome: The Hon Lily D’Ambrosio MP, Victoria's Minister for Energy and Solar Homes
 

9:30am


Panel Discussion: Leading the charge to 2050 – Energy in a net zero economy

Chair: Luke Menzel, CEO, EEC

Panellists:
Ian Learmonth, CEO, CEFC
Carl Muller, Interim CEO, Sustainability Victoria
Stan Krpan, CEO, Solar Victoria
Anna Skarbek, CEO, Climate Works
Chloe Munro AO, Chair - Solar Income Fund and Solar Asset Fund, Impact Investment Group
Davina Rooney, CEO, Green Building Council of Australia
 


10:30am - 11:20am BREAK
 


11:20am - 12:40pm
 


CONSUMER/PRO-SUMER
 


 COMMERCIAL ENERGY
 
ZERO EMISSIONS MOBILITY

 LARGE SCALE SYSTEMS

 FUTURE ENERGY MODELS

 TECHNICAL INNOVATION

AG-ENERGY

 EXPO FLOOR THEATRE 2


Grand Plenary Hall

Future Energy and The Grid

How do we design a grid with the consumer and prosumer in mind 


Room 109

Commercial Solar

A look at the most recent changes, where the current demands are and innovative system designs


Room 106

Electric Vehicle

What is happening in Australia to date – On the ground experience in the Australian EV market
 


Room 101/102

Wind Energy

State of the industry and project projections


Room 110

Policy

Where we stand on energy policy and how it impacts Australia’s renewable energy future


Room 111/112

Finance

Risk finance availability for new technology


Room 103

Energy and Agriculture Industry

Agriculture and renewables

 


PV Magazine's Quality Roundtable

(10:30am - 12:30pm)


12:40pm - 1:40pm BREAK
 


1:40pm - 3:00pm
 


Grand Plenary Hall

Market Mechanisms 

A global shift to DER flexibility markets


Room 109

Energy Storage

Behind-the-Meter strategies

Sponsored by:


Room 106

Electric Vehicle

State of play for EV infrastructure


Room 110

Investment

Project lifecycle assessments for large scale systems


Room 101/102

Government Initiatives

Local Council Initiatives


Room 111/112

Innovative Energy Technology

What we can look forward to, global innovations and different energy models (AI & Energy 4.0)
 


Room 103

Bioenergy

Biomass & biofuels


 


3:00pm - 3:30pm BREAK
 


3:30pm - 5:00pm
 


Room 111/112

Community

A 'Just Transition' approach to a clean energy future


Room 109

Microgrids

The new normal?

Sponsored by:


Room 106

Electric Vehicle

EVs and the grid


Room 101/102

Grid Integration, Security and Reliability

Where we are at with transmission and integration
 


Room 110

Finance

Power price forecasting


Grand Plenary Hall

Energy Storage

Technical overviews and operational enablers

Sponsored by:


Room 103

Bioenergy

Waste to energy




RenewEconomy Live Podcast
 


5:00pm - 6:30pm GRAND NETWORKING FUNCTION & CEC'S SOLAR DESIGN & INSTALLATION AWARDS

Sponsored by:
 

Thursday, 24 October 2019


Opening Plenary - Grand Plenary Hall
 

8:45am


Chair: Ivor Frischknecht, Independent Director, C4Net and CleanCo Queensland
Keynote Address: Enrique Iriarte, Director of Innovation Projects & Portfolio in Energy, Acciona
 

 9:10am
Darren Miller, CEO, ARENA
 

9:30am


Panel Discussion: A look at how the shift in energy supply will affect the design of the system
Panellists:
Guy Chalkley, CEO, Western Power
Anthea Harris, Deputy Secretary-Energy, DELWP, Victorian Government
Lior Handelsman, Founder, SolarEdge
Audrey Ziebelman, CEO, AEMO
Rob Murray-Leach, Head of Policy, Energy Efficiency Council
Sara Bell, CEO, Tempus Energy
 


10:30am - 11:10am BREAK

 


11:20am - 12:30pm
 


COMMUNITY ENERGY
 


 COMMERCIAL ENERGY
 
SCALING UP INDUSTRY

 LARGE SCALE SYSTEMS

 FUTURE ENERGY MODELS

 ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEMS


RE-THINKING THE GRID


 HYDROGEN: COMMUNITY ENERGY
 


Room 103

Community

Tools and technology to optimise the future of the Smart Home


Room 109

Market Mechanisms

Deep dive into understanding and negotiating corporate PPA's

 


Room 111/112

Project Development

Opportunities, design and forecasting


 


Grand Plenary Hall

Utility Scale Solar

Navigating the large-scale solar transition

 


Room 110

Future Energy and the Grid

Unlocking the full potential of DER on the grid with VPPs

 


Room 101/102

Energy Storage

A look at the benefits and implementation of alternative energy

Sponsored by:


Room 106   

Future Energy and the Grid

Exploring Tasmania's significant potential to support a NEM in transition
 

 

 


Expo Floor Industry Workshop Theatre

H2City

Assessing the suitability of converting communities to hydrogen
 

 


12:30pm - 1:00pm BREAK
 


1:00pm - 2:20pm
 


Room 103

Community Engagement

Consultation strategies

 


Room 109

Hydrogen


Room 111/112

Safety

Minimising the rise of safety incidents in the renewable energy industry

 


Grand Plenary Hall

Energy Storage

Unlocking the value of large scale systems with energy storage

 


Room 110

Government Initiatives

New state, territory and national policies, programs and grants in renewable energy

 


Room 101/102

Finance

Investment models relevant to energy assets


 


Room 106   

Grid Integration, Security and Reliability

Optimising the network

 

 


2:20pm - 2:50pm BREAK
 


2:50pm - 4:15pm
 


Room 111/112

Microgrid/Offgrid

Reviewing the economics

 


Room 109

Commercial Solar

Unlocking the full potential of commercial systems



 


Room 103

Skills

Meeting the booming demand for large scale renewable energy construction projects by assessing the skills, training and knowledge transfer needs

 


Room 106   

Energy Storage

Project finance and bankability


 


Room 110

Government Initiatives

New state, territory and national policies, programs and grants in renewable energy

 


Grand Plenary Hall

Hydrogen

Opportunities for Australia as a major exporter in the future

 


Room 101/102

Smart Grid

Technical innovation and future modelling

 

 


4:15pm - 5:00pm CLOSING PLENARY
 

SOLAR MASTERCLASS SERIES
The Solar Masterclass Series provides a one-stop shop for solar designers and installers to get expert advice on the major design and installation issues currently facing the industry. Attendance is free and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points will be available to eligible installers who scan into each session.

Wednesday, 23 October 2019
9:30 - 10:30am Welcome & opening
2:30 - 3:30pm Speed date CEC

Thursday, 24 October 2019
THEATRE 1
THEATRE 2
Interested in energy efficiency?
All-Energy Australia will be co-located with a new trade exhibition and conference, Energy Efficiency Expo. Held in partnership with the Energy Efficiency Council, Energy Efficiency Expo's conference program will feature more than 80 expert speakers discussing energy management fundamentals and strategies for businesses, manufacturers, food processors, local government, commercial building owners and residential builders.

Interested in waste-to-energy?
All-Energy Australia will once again run alongside Waste Expo Australia, the country's largest free-to-attend conference and exhibition for waste management and wastewater treatment industries. The conference program will focus on five targeted areas including collections, resource recovery, landfill & transfer stations, waste-to-energy and wastewater and will showcase the 'future of waste and recycling' in Australia.