The evolving COVID-19 pandemic situation continues to pose challenges to the events sector. As a result, Enlit Australia will be postponed from the March 2021 dates to July 21-22, 2021. The venue – Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre (MCEC) – remains unchanged.
Enlit Australia event director Michael Silber said, “In the last 9 months we have consulted and listened to our stakeholders who have referenced the potential for continued travel restrictions, government imposed limits on event attendance as well as a general uncertainty about where things will stand regarding COVID-19 and we are therefore postponing the Exhibition and Conference to address those concerns.
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“The decision to postpone has been made with the safety of our customers, attendees, staff and suppliers at the forefront of our thinking. The re-scheduled July dates gives us the assurance and confidence to ensure the successful and safe delivery of the event that will maximise ROI for our partners and continue to ensure excellent content and experiences for our visitors.
“We look forward to welcoming you all to Melbourne in July 2021 when we officially launch the inclusive guide to the energy transition – Enlit Australia.”
Enlit Australia (formerly Power ± Utilities Australia) is part of the global rebrand of the Clarion Energy Series. For more information about the Australian event, visit enlit-australia.com.
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