AuSES seminars scheduled for All-Energy Conference6th Oct 2011
Next week's All-Energy Conference in Melbourne will play host to a special workshop series focusing on the advantages of solar technology.
The workshops, which will be presented by the Australian Solar Energy Society (AuSES), are scheduled to take place throughout the day on October 13 and focus on a number of different benefits of renewable technology.
Nigel Morris, director of Solar Business Services, will kick off the presentations by providing an overview of the current state of Australia's solar photovoltaic (PV) market.
An additional two presentations will focus on best practice when it comes to installing and maintaining solar PV panels and updates from SunWiz Consulting director Warwick Johnston for companies new to the market.
While the solar workshop series is only scheduled for one day, delegates at the All-Energy Conference in Melbourne will be able to attend events at the Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre on October 12 and 13.
These include an exhibition showcasing energy efficiency, sustainable transport, clean energy and renewable energy, as well as plenty of opportunities to network with like-minded professionals.
Melbourne will also be home to the Solar Seminar and Professional Development Day on November 2, which follows other successful events in Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney, Adelaide and Canberra. The event will later move to Perth on November 3.
AuSES is also gearing up for its 49th annual conference, which will be held in Sydney from November 30 and represents an excellent chance for those on the cutting edge of solar developments to see the latest and greatest technology from Australia and further afield.
The country's peak solar body is hosting the event at Australia Technology in Sydney and AuSES president Mike Dymond asserted that there has never been a more exciting time to be involved in the renewable energy sector.
Sydney's Solar 2010 event will be the springboard for the solar energy organisation's new PV Pest Practice Program, which AuSES claims will help to shape our country's renewable energy coals for the future.
Leading government officials, solar industry experts, scientists, developers and other key players in the Australian solar industry are scheduled to take part in the conference, which will feature a mix of forums and discussion panels to share best practice across the sector, as well as networking forums - including a gala dinner on December 1.
Posted by Mike Peacock - Solar Correspondent