About Clean Energy Week
Clean Energy Week 2014 will be held in Sydney from Tuesday 22 July to Friday 25 July.
Clean Energy Week is Australia's biggest event for the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry, incorporating ATRAA (Australia's largest solar event), a huge trade exhibition and two awards programs.
Hosted by the Clean Energy Council, Australia's peak industry body, the week delivers the latest news on policy initiatives and technology developments, as well as the opportunity to make valuable new contacts and grow your business.
Clean Energy Week 2013 saw more than 2000 delegates discuss the conference theme of 'Rethinking Energy' in Brisbane.
In 2014, Clean Energy Week's engaging two-day conference program, which attracts high-level speakers from across government, industry and the globe, will begin in a central location in Sydney's CBD.
The Sydney Showgrounds – situated in the busy Sydney Olympic Park Precinct – will house Clean Energy Week's huge trade exhibition, which attracts more than 100 sponsors and exhibitors from across the industry. They will also host the Clean Energy Council Professional Development Day and ATRAA Conference, attended by more than 2000 of Australia's solar installers and industry representatives.
Clean Energy Week will celebrate outstanding achievement in the sector with the annual Clean Energy Council Industry Awards on Tuesday 22 July, and wrap up with the Solar Design and Installation Awards and ATRAA Dinner on Friday 25 July.
"Be part of Australia's premier clean energy event"
Who should attend Clean Energy Week
Clean Energy Week has grown to become Australia's biggest and most prestigious clean energy event. Since 2011, delegate numbers have grown to more than 2500 representing more than 800 organisations.
Key players from across Australia's renewable energy and energy efficiency industry, as well as government representatives and international visitors, attend Clean Energy Week. They include:
- Project developers
- Component and accessory equipment suppliers
- Financial and investment institutions
- Energy retailers
- Government agencies
- Construction and transport companies
- Academic institutions and researchers
- Law firms
- Insurance providers
- Sector consultants
- Environmental specialists.
All technologies will be showcased, including:
- Wind energy
- Solar PV
- Energy efficiency
- Solar hot water
- Solar thermal
- Marine energy.