Startup Opportunities in Waste-to-Energy

Organized by EnergyLab
The Precinct, Fortitude Valley
Sep 26th 2018
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Waste should be burned to create energy, not buried. Ideas like these ignite the imaginations of Australians dreaming about reducing the impact of our waste, and of creating a circular economy. These ideas can come to life. Waste-to-energy technologies have come a long way in the last decade and public sentiment is Australia is warming to the idea of producing renewable energy from non-recyclable waste. With advancing technology and shifting norms come opportunities for new businesses to be formed.

Join us for a discussion on what startups might emerge in the waste-to-energy sector.

This is the second event in EnergyLab's two-part event series on startup opportunities in BioFutures, leading to a hackathon to generate BioFutures startup ideas. More information and hackathon registration below.

EnergyLab Bioenergy Hackathon


Henry Anning, Director, Corporate and Project Finance, Clean Energy Finance Corporation

Dr Georgina Davis, Director, Waste to Opportunity Enterprise & Board Member, Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA)

Nick Lake (Moderator), Co-Founder & Executive Director, EnergyLab

James Tilbury (MC), Co-Founder & Programs Director, EnergyLab

Other panellists to be announced


5:30pm: Doors open

6:00pm: Panel discussion on startup opportunities in bioenergy followed by a moderated 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

Thank you to our partners

This event series is run in partnership with Freshwater Group and kindly hosted by The Precinct.

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Volunteers needed!

If you're willing and able to assist with any of the following, please email James Tilbury at 

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Packing up at 8pm 

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