Manufacturers take centre stage at Smart Energy 2024 event

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The Smart Energy 2024 conference, set to kick off next week in Sydney, will see manufacturers in the renewables industry take centre stage as they showcase the latest innovations in smart energy technology.

Organised by the Smart Energy Council and presided over by President Sam Craft, the conference aims to chart the course for how renewables will revolutionise Australia’s energy landscape, ensuring energy security, creating future jobs, and keeping living costs down.

Bringing together manufacturers, distributors, project developers, financiers, and decision-makers, the event aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the advancements and opportunities in the renewables sector.

Among the esteemed speakers scheduled to address the conference are Chris Bowen, Minister for Climate Change and Energy, and Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s 29th Prime Minister.

They will be joined by industry experts such as Simon Holmes à Court, director of the Smart Energy Council, and Tim Buckley, director of Climate Energy Finance, among others.

The conference will also feature leading Australian and international solar, battery storage, and electric vehicle manufacturers, who will unveil cutting-edge technologies aimed at shaping the future of smart energy.

With a lineup of influential speakers and industry leaders, the Smart Energy 2024 conference aims to be a crucial event in driving the renewable energy agenda forward in Australia.

For more information on the conference schedule and speakers, you may visit the Smart Energy Council website.