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Running Time: 2 Days


109 Wakefield Street, Wellington

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New Zealand's first major SMART ENERGY EXPO is being held in the Wellington Town Hall.

If you supply, design, install or are involved with technology or components in this space, or you are simply interested because you will want to save money on those increasing power bills you need to attend this EXPO.

The SMART ENERGY EXPO is on Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th November, 2012.

This two day public event has the primary goals of;
* Significantly increase public awareness and understanding of all Renewable distributed generation technologies - solar, wind, hydro, bio industries, geothermal and others.
* Demonstrate the technologies and benefits are real, viable options of generation to support the current electricity model.
* To showcase the electrification of our transport fleet in-line with the Association for
* Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV).
* To showcase smart grid and smart energy demand options for consumers.

Seminars and workshops during EXPO will concentrate on SMART energy solutions. Key topics include:
* Standards information on the technologies ' why solar is the growing source globally.
* Multiple seminars focused on how to with grid connect and off grid systems.
* Learn about Electric Vehicles, charging stations and support infrastructure.
* Management systems, smart grid components and demand technologies.

If you have any queries about any aspect of the conference please visit or contact Teresa Moore

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