EnergyLab Canberra: Trends in Energy Consumption

Organized by EnergyLab
Endeavour House, Griffith
May 30th 2019
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Energy comes in many forms, and while chemical energy has played its part over the years, the 21st century undoubtedly belongs to electricity. As an increasing proportion of our electricity is generated from clean sources there will be a need to capitalise on this progress at the consumer end. From aeroplanes to ovens, cars to construction sites, how can we ensure the world is prepared to make use of the clean energy available and eliminate the dependency on fossil fuels altogether? In this event, brought to you by EnergyLab, we’ll explore the final piece in the clean energy puzzle.

We hope you can join us for drinks and a discussion on energy consumption with a panel of experts. 

The panel

Panel to be announced shortly


5:30pm: Doors open

6:00pm: Panel discussion followed by Q&A with the audience

7:00pm: Continue the discussion over drinks and light snacks

8:00pm: Event concludes

About EnergyLab

EnergyLab is Australia’s leading platform for launching new energy businesses. Our integrated approach draws on the community of clean energy entrepreneurs and offers a range of ways to engage and leverage their ideas, technologies and resources. To read more about EnergyLab head to

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This is the third event in EnergyLab's three-part series on trends in clean energy, leading to a hackathon to generate related startup ideas. More information on each upcoming event can be found below:

EnergyLab Canberra: Trends in Energy Generation

EnergyLab Canberra: Trends in Energy Storage & Smart Grids

EnergyLab Canberra: Clean Energy Hackathon

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