Registration is essential for the event, where over 100 solar exhibitors are expected to provide insights into the latest solar technologies – including PV panels, inverters, balance-of-system components, monitoring equipment and solar water heating systems.
A full two days of presentations at the Conference will also provide insight into Australian solar and the clean energy industry. All registered participants can freely attend the presentations that interest them, while having a break from the exhibition.
Opening keynote speakers will include Australian Capital Territory Environment and Sustainable Development Minister Simon Corbell and Dr Fang Peng, Chief Executive of JA Solar.
Federal Senator and Australian Greens Leader Christine Milne will highlight the opportunities for Australia’s solar industry in a post-1 July 2012, carbon-reduced Australia.Article continues below…
Other speakers at East Solar include:
- REC Agents Association President Ric Brazzale
- Renewable Energy Regulator Andrew Livingston
- Solar thermal expert Dr Keith Lovegrove
- Climate Spectator Editor Tristan Edis
- Australian Solar Institute Executive Director Mark Twidell
- Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems Director, Professor Andrew Blakers.
Key executives from Q-Cells Australia, SMEC Australia, Suntech, Trina Solar, Winaico Australia, Beyond Zero Emissions and many more will also present and be on hand at the Conference and Expo.
Additional, parallel sessions include a Market Entry stream on 21 August, providing an overview for companies contemplating entering the local solar sector and renewables market, and a free Solar Professional Development Day on 22 August with 13 experts in solar-specific sales, installer and design issues.
This free, all-day workshop complements the Australian Solar Energy Society’s Solar Best Practice Seminars, and is designed to enhance operational performance in a cost-effective way.