The 2017 theme is The new energy cycle: Opportunity, Innovation & Change. Speakers will assess the state of play on a range of energy matters, such as fuels, technology, market and legislative developments, supply and security, emissions, and consumer trends while looking to the future.
As one of the world's premier mining exhibitions, in 2017 AIMEX will provide your business with crucial operational efficiencies and cost-savings. AIMEX is an internationally renowned platform, which showcases the newest mining technology, equipment and services.
The Expo Solar PV Korea held annually in Goyang is one of the largest trade fairs for solar and photovoltaic systems in the world. The various buyers and suppliers from Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East are meeting each other here. The exhibition gives an insight into the changing dynamics in the global market, presenting the latest products and technologies. This includes high-efficiency solar cells and finishing solutions for cost-cutting.
Energy Resilience through Efficiency, Collaboration and Technology
Focuses on creating a sustainable operational blueprint, leveraging innovative technological applications and implementing cost-effective measures.
This major industry conference and exhibition will bring together international experts from within the electric utility industry, manufacturers of HV equipment & components, research & testing organizations and universities. More than 100 technical papers will be presented focusing on insulators, surge arresters, bushings, cable accessories, aesthetic line design and wildlife protection.
The Queensland Mining & Engineering Exhibition showcases a diverse range of suppliers that possess the ability to provide solutions to the mining and engineering industries, with a three day programme featuring educational seminars, live demonstrations and social events.
The Australian Clean Energy Summit is the premier event helping to lead Australia's energy transformation.
Hosted by the Clean Energy Council, Australia's peak industry body, the summit briefs delegates on the latest policy, finance, business and technology developments impacting the renewable energy sector.
Join 1,000 delegates and exhibitors in the heart of Wellington to hear best practice, the latest solutions and practical developments from New Zealand and overseas. From leading insight and real world case studies, find out how your industry peers are deploying smart technologies and innovation, and how these can be applied in your organisations.
Located in the manufacturing heartland of Europe, CWIEME Berlin is the world’s leading event for coil winding, electric motor and transformer manufacturing technologies. More than 750 leading suppliers from across the globe will showcase thousands of the latest products, solutions and technologies.
Australian Energy Week returns on 20 – 23 June 2017 in Melbourne, and once again promises to be the meeting place for senior executives from the length of the energy value chain.
It has been established as the only one-stop-shop for all stakeholders in the Australian energy sector, and the 2017 agenda is shaping up to be even more comprehensive than before.
It is clear that energy storage will play a major part in Australia’s energy mix, and this will take place at the residential, commercial, and grid levels. Investment will be a major factor in the speed with which this energy transition takes place and 2017 Australian Energy Storage Conference will seek the answers of how, when, and what can be done to facilitate this transition.
This Symposium represents a great opportunity to share experiences with partners and colleagues, but also a chance to learn more about our test set equipment, especially by technical workshops, which will play an essential role in these three-day meetings.
The 6th edition of our highly successful South East Asia Protection, Automation and Control conference is scheduled for 14 and 15 March 2017.
This is the go to event for industry participants seeking the latest technical expertise, collaboration and networking for this crucial field.
A world class gathering of oil and gas industry professionals will come together for two days of insight, debate and discussion. A rich program will be delivered, exploring key areas impacting the industry offers new thinking for the Australian oil & gas industry, with a major focus on subsea developments and industry foresight.
Fibre-Optic & Photonic Sensors for Industrial and Safety Applications (2nd International Conference)
This conference will provide a unique interactive platform for the research and industrial communities to discuss the fibre-optic sensing technology, the site trials of fibre-optic sensors and new insights into advanced techniques for manufacturing the fibre-optic sensors.
Energy looks to be one of the most disruptive areas over the next five years, and Dr Tim Stone, former Senior Advisor to 5 successive Secretaries of State responsible for energy in the British government, will lead the conversation. A number of key areas will be included such as national policy, renewable energy, energy security, advancements in technology and economic growth and opportunity.
The recent release of Infrastructure Australia’s ‘Australian Infrastructure Plan and the Infrastructure Priority List’ highlights the crucial role rail will continue to play into our future. Across the industry, from freight and passenger rail operations to manufacturing, construction, research, and technological innovation, the efficiency of rail directly impacts our social and economic prosperity.
CWIEME Istanbul is a unique platform dedicated to the coil winding, electric motor and transformer manufacturing industries in the region. It is the perfect place to showcase your latest products and technologies, giving your company invaluable exposure to key decision makers and helping you to carry your business into expanding economies.
COMET is one of the largest global conferences for Condition Based Monitoring that aims to provide practical training on specific assets by industry experts. COMET intends to educate electric power maintenance professionals and decision makers to execute some of the best practices for their organizations.
The IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition brings over 5,500 water, environment and related professionals from more than 100 countries and offers new insights into how pioneering science, technological innovation and leading practices shape the major transformation in water management that is underway.
Delegate registrations will open on June 20, 2016, to Australia’s single largest, free clean and renewable energy conference and exhibition, All-Energy Australia.More than 150 industry speakers are lined up for this year’s All-Energy Australia, covering seven first-rate conference streams including smart grids, off-grid solutions, community energy, investment opportunities, electric cars, bioenergy and wave energy technology.
The Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference will focus on "Increasing Renewable Generation and Battery Storage in Power Systems".
Informa Australia, together with Reneweconomy, will host the 2nd annual Disruption and the Energy Industry Conference, to be held in Sydney. The event will cover key topics such as the major implications for the growth of solar and energy storage, power purchase agreements and new “disruptive” channels to market. Energy storage is the game changer in the home energy system and is fundamentally transforming the energy sector and changing the way the world uses energy.
The 2016 theme is Energy Options for our Region – the Way Forward. Speakers will assess the state of play on a range of energy matters, such as fuels, technology, market and legislative developments, supply and security, emissions, and consumer trends while looking to the future.
The Australian Protection Symposium (APS) provides an important platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences within the world of electrical protection. The APS brings together active protection industry members for two days of presentations and robust discussions.
Join experts Melbourne Water, Horizon Power, MidCoast Water, Ausgrid, Ergon Energy and more discuss a number of key topics for utilities, such as how to successfully implement ISO 55000; how to design strategies for improved operability, reliability, maintenance and performance; and how to incorporate data-driven decision making to improve strategic maintenance.
This conference will cover the AS 2067 HV standard which provides minimum requirements for the design and installation of high voltages above 1kV (ac) so as to provide safe functioning in operation. A new edition of AS 2067 is soon to be released and represents some significant amendments that should be of interest to anyone involved in high voltage substations and installations.