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Solar & Storage Live Australia 2024 2 mins read

Terrapinn Limited, the owner of hundreds of global trade shows and business conferences, and the organiser of the world's largest series of solar & storage trade show – SOLAR & STORAGE LIVE - has announced the Australian edition will move to Brisbane on 1 & 2 May 2024.

"With the huge amount of infrastructure investment and the focus on renewables in the build up to the 2032 Olympics in Brisbane, combined with the fact that the rival Sydney event has shifted dates to March, our new dates in May make sense to the solar industry both nationally and internationally. Leading brands have already shown support by reserving prime spots and booking early to take advantage of our early bird exhibitor discounts" said Craig Macfarlane, MD of Terrapinn Australia.

Terrapinn is an Australian owned business with offices around the world in London (Head Office), Sydney, New York, Dubai, Johannesburg and Singapore.

"If international experience is anything to go by, then you can expect Solar & Storage Live in Brisbane to be larger than its rival in Sydney and attract attendees from every state in Australia".

Solar & Storage Live is a large and established trade show and multi-streamed conference that combines residential, commercial/industrial and utility-scale solar and attracts record crowds around the world in the UK, USA, South Africa, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Thailand and now... Australia.

The series is even launching in Switzerland in 2024.

Solar & Storage Live is currently Australia’s only trade show to focus exclusively on solar + battery storage + PV-EV charging and is perfectly timed as Queensland’s appetite for solar grows in response to massive government and private sector construction projects with ambitious Net Zero targets.

There’s something for everyone with a big focus on end-user case studies (including mining, farming, business, VPPs and FCAS), plus a focus on investment and training, with the inclusion of an 'Investors-meets-Developers Lounge' and an ‘Installers University’.

“The average cost of exhibiting at Solar & Storage Live Australia is less than that of our competitors, plus we’re offering Early Bird Discounts to those who book early”, said Macfarlane.

Australian and international PV, battery and EV charging manufacturers, distributers, retailers, utilities, tech providers, as well as large installers and financiers are invited to participate.

Solar & Storage Live Australia is supported by Brisbane City and the Brisbane Economic Development Agency, as well as a raft of media, publications and business associations.

Several thousand people are expected to attend!

Press are invited to attend.

Get involved today


About us:

Craig Macfarlane, Managing Director, Terrapinn Australia

+61 02 7208 8181

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