The agenda includes expert presentations as well as panel discussions about a variety of different topics including Solar PV, Energy Storage, Hydrogen & Ammonia, VPPs, EV’s, Microgrids, Wind Energy and Energy Data.
The full agenda can be seen here.
Topics such as whether the future of solar could be Perovskites, gravitational energy storage technologies, how AI can help predict future breakdowns in the renewable energy chain, the Air Battery, Super Hybrids and delivering low cost clean hydrogen and ammonia through an integrated development of carbon capture storage (CCS) for renewable energy generation, are included in the comprehensive and insightful agenda.
Panel discussions will include the charging infrastructure for EVs, long duration energy storage technologies and development and how energy start-ups are going to play a role in decarbonising the Australian economy.
Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at Energy Next of RX Global said about the recently announced agenda, “We consistently hear of how quickly things need to and are moving in the clean energy space at the moment. This agenda showcases the latest developments whether that is the use of AI in predicting issues in assets and the grid, getting ahead of the risks in large scale battery installations, to new innovations in solar PV materials, giving visitors to the event information about the most ‘up to date’ developments in the clean energy space. If you are interested or involved in this space, this year’s agenda of speakers will bring you quickly up to speed with the latest developments.”
Speakers from some of the leading innovating organisations such as Schneider Electric, Greatcell Energy Solar, Emergent Group, Green Gravity, Essential Water & Energy Services and Sunshine Hydro will be speaking alongside clean energy project leaders and government agencies that includes the likes of NSW Investment.
Energy Next is returning to the ICC Sydney in Darling Harbour on July 18th and 19th, 2023, co-located with the Clean Energy Council’s Australian Clean Energy Summit. Energy Next is free-to-attend, with registrations now open for those working in the renewable energy industry to meet with leading suppliers, discover the latest technologies and discuss the latest renewable advancements.
Powered by All-Energy Australia, in partnership with the Clean Energy Council and with the support of the NSW Government, Energy Next will be spread across two days, boasting an extensive exhibition and agenda in addition to workshops and networking opportunities.
Registration for the event is free, interested parties should register at this link: https://www.energynext.com.au/en-gb/register.html
For more information, updates and to register for Energy Next, please visit: https://www.energynext.com.au/
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