Energy storage takes centre stage in Brisbane

Australia’s first Energy Storage Summit will be held in Brisbane today.

The Queensland Energy Storage Summit will bring together Australia’s leading energy storage companies, industry experts and researchers to show how Queensland is leading the world in energy storage.

“Queensland is quickly becoming the global hotspot for energy storage,” said John Grimes, Chief Executive of the Australian Energy Storage Council, the peak body for the energy storage industry and Summit host.

“The great news is Queensland families are investing in solar and energy storage and taking control of their energy use,” said Mr Grimes.

“Queensland based companies like Redflow, Redback Technologies, All-Grid Energy, Sunverge and Octillion are building Queensland’s smart economy of the future.”

“Global energy storage powerhouses are actively looking at establishing headquarters in Queensland,” said Mr Grimes.

Energy Minister, Mark Bailey, will be the keynote speaker at the Queensland Energy Storage Summit.

The full program can be found here

For information and interviews, contact Wayne Smith on 0417 141 812

Queensland Energy Storage Summit
9.00am 17 February 2016
Hilton Hotel
190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbe

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