Polyglot Group’s Renewable Energy expert consultant Jan Rieche moderated a light hearted Oxford style debate for the participants of the Australian Energy Storage Conference in Melbourne.

The debate was on whether energy storage will be embraced by Australian network operators or not.

The debate included an hour of entertainment featuring leading international and domestic energy storage thinkers, technical minds and wits as well as half an hour networking and drinks event.

The partnership with the Australian Solar Council and co-location with the Solar 2014 Exhibition saw a diverse range of Industry Professionals together under the one roof engaging with one another ready to network and do business face to face.

Polyglot Group sponsored the Oxford-style debate and networking drinks at the close of day one; a light hearted take on current developments in the Australian energy storage market. Attilio Pigneri (Talent with Energy), Yogendra Vashishtha (SP-AusNet) and Marcel Brzank (Siemens) in the Affirmative and Kristian Handberg (Percepscion), Miguel Brandao (GE Energy) and Nigel Morris (Solar Business Services) on the Negative side debate if “Energy storage is the ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ for network operators”.

Polyglot Group strongly supports the Renewable Energy industry not only in Australia, but also in Europe from our European headquarters located in Madrid.



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