The Final Program is available! The list of Posters can be found here.
The APSRC 2020 will be held from the 30th Nov to the 2nd Dec. You may attend the first day of the conference in person or remotely via the online platform.
The first day of the conference will be held at both the Melbourne Bayview Eden (6 Queens Rd, Melbourne) and the Sydney Boulevard Hotel (90 William St, Sydney). Days 2 and 3 will be online only.
The Conference will provide a unique opportunity to combine the annual research reviews of Australia’s key solar research groups, representing researchers from around the region.
The Conference will be arranged into six streams:
- Photovoltaic Devices
- Solar Electricity Deployment & Integration
- Solar Buildings and Solar Heating & Cooling
- Concentrating Solar Thermal
- Solar Fuels & Chemistry
- Off Grid & Fringe of Grid
Poster Session & networking events will also be incorporated, covering all the research topics above, and will provide an opportunity for solar researchers in the Region to meet and exchange ideas. Posters will on display at dedicated sessions during the conference.
Energy Storage World Forum
We are pleased to announce that the APVI is partnering with the 13th Energy Storage World Forum, which is being held on the 25th to the 27th Nov. It is an online forum and features a large range of very interesting speakers. Details on each of the presentations can be found on the ESWF website.
APVI members receive a 15% discount on all conference tickets! Just email here for the access code.
SEC50 – The Century of Solar Virtual Conference
From 03 – 04 December 2020, SWC 50 will consist of six free online sessions addressing major achievements in all energy sectors and regions, focusing on technological and social issues, enabling frameworks as well as strategies to accelerate the “Journey to 100% Renewables”.
For more information and to register go here.
Each session will welcome a distinguished panel of speakers from all around the world and the sessions are scheduled in a way that participants in any time zone can participate in at least two sessions per day.
Attending SWC 50 is free – sign up for as many sessions you like and join the global solar community as we look back on 50 incredible years of solar growth and as we look to a bright solar future ahead!
All those who register will also be sent the links to:
- The online museum: ISES Solar Energy Museum – Past Present and Future; and
- The booklet: ISES SWC50: The Century of Solar – Stories and Vision