The CEW 2011 was held in the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 2nd to 7th, 2011. For Clenergy, it was an opportunity to exhibit its latest products, and also to deliver on its solar mission by donating to the Sponsored Installation for CEW to Hartnett House of Melbourne Citymission.
The inaugural Clean Energy Week (CEW 2011), which combines the annual conferences of Clean Energy Council and ATRAA, was held in the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia. The event ran from May 2nd to 7th, 2011 and attracted more than 1500 delegates from Australia and around the world. For Clenergy, CEW2011 was an opportunity to exhibit its latest developments, and also to deliver on its solar mission by donating to the Sponsored Installation for Clean Energy Week to Hartnett House of the Melbourne Citymission.
It has been a long standing tradition of the ATRAA Conference to provide a Sponsored Installation for a charitable organization. Hartnett House has been providing services to the Melbourne community since the early 1900s. Today it is the base for many innovative programs designed to assist people with a disability and is a Community Hub providing a variety of family activities and childcare facilities.
Clenergy, as a leading solar company, is honored to have the opportunity to supply the solar panels, racking and SPH30 inverter for the Sponsored Installation at Hartnett House PSG Elecraft was so kind to install the three-kilowatt solar power system for the Melbourne Citymission facility on Albion Street. The century-old Hartnett House in Brunswick is now fitted with the latest in clean energy technology.
Clean Energy Week was formally launched at Hartnett House to highlight the Sponsored Installation by Clenergy. "It was a fantastic way to launch the landmark event on Australia's clean energy calendar," says Matthew Warren, the Chief Executive of Clean Energy Council, "Hartnett House and Melbourne City Mission have been providing magnificent service to the local community here for a century. We're bringing a wonderful old building into the new energy age, giving it access to cheap, clean power to run its operations."
During the event, Clenergy displayed new mounting systems for ground mount installations and the non-penetration solution for klip-Lok roofs, which all features easy installation and high pre-assembly.
The portfolio of Clenergy solar inverters for the residential market will become more diverse as 4kW and 6kW SPH inverters become available for the Australian market. Both of these new inverters were on display at the show. The new Panorama touch screen display unit for inverters attracted a lot of attention from customers. By using a Panorama display, a user can easily monitor and record the operation of their SPH inverters.
"2011 is a challenge for many solar companies, as the major policy of some countries tends to restrict the development of the solar industry. However, we will never stop moving forward, as the trend of solar development is a must for a better world," says Mario, Director of Sales & Marketing at Clenergy.