| March 25, 2024

Hinen Powers Australia's Energy Transition: A Review of Smart Energy 2024 and the Mitcham Solar Bulk Buy

Australia stands at a crucial juncture on its path to sustainable energy transformation. Aiming to achieve a target of 82% of electricity from renewable sources by 2030, the Australian government has formulated a series of policies and measures, including an increase in the installation scale of photovoltaic power generation.

Against this backdrop, the Smart Energy Council, the peak body for the Australian solar, storage and smart energy management industry, hosted the most influential and valuable event in the renewable energy industry in March, Smart Energy 2024, bringing together industry elites to explore cutting-edge technologies.

As a platinum member of the SEC, Hinen’s Asia Pacific representative Steve engaged in in-depth discussions with John Grimes, CEO of the Smart Energy Council, and Wayne Smith, Manager of External Affairs, exploring future trends in renewable energy and collaborative opportunities to drive the clean energy sector both in Australia and globally.

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At the conference, Hinen’s flagship product, the Max low-voltage system, drew considerable attention. This star product shone brightly not only at Smart Energy 2024 but also at the “Mitcham Solar Bulk Buy” event in February 2024. The “Mitcham Solar Bulk Buy” is a community renewable energy event co-hosted by the Mitcham City Council and the solar energy installer Shinehub. As the supplier of home energy storage solutions for this initiative, Hinen proudly presented state-of-the-art renewable energy solutions and technologies to the residents of the Mitcham community.

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From the community outreach in Mitcham to Smart Energy 2024, Hinen has demonstrated its commitment and confidence in rooting itself locally and providing high-quality new energy solutions for Australia. In the future, Hinen will continue to leverage advanced technologies to support Australia’s journey towards a greener, cleaner, and more sustainable future.

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