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 4th Australia Solar + Energy Storage 2019

   28 - 29 Nov, 2019

   Adelaide, Australia

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Australia Solar + Energy Storage 2019


28 - 29 Nov 2019 // Adelaide,Australia


The 4th Australia Solar + Energy Storage 2019 is one of the largest business platforms to anticipate and manage the changes of Australia’s immense solar & energy storage markets, aiming to lay the groundwork for the development and partnership across all industrial peers.

Event Overview

Australia Solar + Energy Storage (AuSES) is entering its 4th year, following the previous successful editions in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney since 2015. As the leading renewable energy event and premier business platforms in Australia, the event anticipates and manages the updates of Australia's immense renewable energy markets, aiming to expedite the further development, investment and partnership in the sectors of solar, storage and renewables.


Market Overview:


Solar PV:

Australia is high-ranked solar PV market in terms of both total installation and growth through 2017 and 2018. It is featured that there is a solar boom in 2018 for large projects. In following four years, at least 19.0GW solar PV will be added in Australia, based on Global Solar Council. Even without refreshed federal investment policy on large projects, this country still has 179GW residential solar PV potentials.

Energy Storage:

Australia is becoming the world leader in the installation of utility battery storage in terms of power capacity as well as its residential storage. More than 1000MW large storage will be operational within 2-3 years, based on Clean Horizon. To be highlighted, energy storage will be crucial in the transformation of the Australian electricity network, sourced from Office of The Chief Scientist.




​Leading Presenters


Sponsors and Partners


Hours of Networking

2019 Edition


​White Paper

Solar Market in Australia

There have been over 190 countries signing of the Paris Agreement whose purpose is to keep global temperature increases under 2 degree centigrade in the 21st century until 2018. The majority of states vigorously develop renewable energy for reducing carbon emission. The global cumulative solar PV capacity was 509 GW at the end of 2018. Furthermore, the top three largest total solar PV capacity countries were China, the United States, and Japan, with 176 GW, 62 GW, and 56 GW, respectively. As a robust environmental consciousness country in the world, the Australian government always legislate laws or use instruments to support the developmentof renewables. That is a reason why Australia becomes one of the most active solar PV players in the world, with a total installed capacity of 11 GW.

In this report, the current situation of the Australian electricity market andsolar PV market will be discussed. Then we will talk about some policies and instruments which the Australianstates governments implemented for renewable energy. Last but not least, this report will show the future of Australian solar PV.

Key Topics

  • Key Programs, Policies and Initiatives by State


  • Women Executives Archive: Global Dynamics in Energy Investment, Development, and What the Future Holds


  • Storage’s Role in Integrating Big Solar into Transmission Grid

  • Financing Renewable Energy Projects in Australia

  • Energy Storage Is the Only Cost-effective Solution to Integrate Renewable Farms into Grid Currently without Adequate Capacity



  • Project Initiatives: Stand-alone Power Stations in Remote Areas

  • Powering Large Industrial Consumers with Renewable Sources

  • NT’s 10GW Renewable Power Vision and Its Export Strategies

  • EPC and System Design’s Importance for Sustainability of Solar PV and Storage Assets

  • Strategies for Utility-scale Storage Hybrid Projects and Innovation

  • Maximizing Benefits of Rooftop Solar PV Owners/Consumers with Battery Storage




To celebrate the greatest success for Australia roof top solar, we warmly welcome all pears in the industry to join the Installer Night, part of 4th Australia Solar + Energy Storage 2019, taking placing in Adelaide, Australia on 28 November.

If you are an Accredited installer in Australia, it’s free for you to attend Installer Night, the unique networking opportunity to catch up with your peers. Please contact alice@leader-associates.com to register your seat at night soonest.




  • Richard Day

    Director Low Carbon Industry Development, Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia

  • Andrew Burnett

    Director, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, Government of Queensland

  • Nick Smith

    Director Energy Programs and Services, SA Department for Energy and Mining

  • Amy Kean

    Director Energy Delivery & Coordinaton, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Government of New South Wales

  • Cameron Mathie

    Manager - Economic Analysis, Clean Energy Regulator

  • Vanessa Petrie

    Chief Executive Officer, Beyond Zero Emissions

  • Gloria Chan

    Director, Corporate and Project Finance, Clean Energy Finance Corporation

  • Stan Krpan

    Chief Executive Officer, Solar Victoria

  • Dennis Freedman

    Head of Infrastructure Development, AusNet Services

  • Rainer Korte

    Group Executive Asset Management

  • Daniel Trujillo

    Head of Business Energy Solutions, AGL Energy

  • Margot Hammond

    Stand Alone Power Manager, Western Power

  • Simon Taylor

    Manager Customer Connections, Powerlink Queensland

  • Pippa Williams

    Strategic Analyst, Future Markets, Hydro Tasmania

  • Farhad Mollahagahi

    Engineering Leader, Renewables, Asia Pacific, UL

  • Lily Habib

    Director of Projects, Pacific Hydro

  • Grant Muller

    Head of Telstra Energy, Telstra

  • Ben Birch

    Commercial Manager - Zero Cost Energy Future Program, Enerven

  • Ian McLeod

    Director Smart Energy Centre of Excellence

  • Alba Ruiz Leon

    Managing Director, Innogy SE

  • Darryl Flukes

    Chairman, ESCO Pacific

  • John Cole

    Chief Executive Officer, Edify Energy

  • Morris Zhou

    Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, MAONENG Group

  • Felipe Kovacic

    General Manager Business Development, TEC-C Investments

  • Catherine Way

    Director, Country Manager, DP Energy

  • Chris Wilson

    Co-Founder & Managing Director, Terrain Solar

  • Dominic Churchill

    Chief Executive Officer, Climate Capital

  • Matt Scaddan

    Head of Business Development, Epho Commercial Solar Power

  • Liam Reid

    Head of Business Development and Energy Markets, FRV Energy Australia

  • Aaron Pettifer

    Renewable Development Project Manager, Vicinity Centres

  • Sam Reynolds

    Managing Director, Octopus Australia

  • Byron Serejeantson

    Regional Manager NSW & QLD, Flow Power

  • Stephen Cook

    Sustainable Development Manager, Pernod Ricard Winemakers

  • Landon Kahn

    Head of Growth, Todae Solar

  • Merrick Kerr

    Chief Commercial Officer, Energy Vault

  • Rod Hayes

    Chairman, Balance Services Group

  • Jaad Cabbabe

    Senior Manager Business Development, Fluence

  • Simon Franklin

    Chief Executive Officer, ITP Renewables

  • Gerald Arends

    Director, Pegasus Legal

  • Ric Darley

    Technical Director, Aurecon

  • Kate O'Carroll

    Vice Chair, Women in Energy

  • Aylin Cunsolo

    Special Counsel, Baker McKenzie

  • Robert Ceic

    Service Line Leader, Power Generation, GHD

  • Tamatha Smith

    General Manager Corporate Affairs, Energy Networks Australia

  • Alex Rogers

    APAC Operations Director, NexTracker Australia

  • Jenny Paradiso

    Managing Director, Suntrix

  • Marilyne Crestias

    Director, Renewable Energy Insights