EnergyLab Tasmania: Trends in Energy Generation

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IMAS

20 Castray Esplanade

Battery Point

Hobart, TAS 7004

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The way we generate energy is changing for the better. Cleaner means of meeting our energy needs are becoming more accessible and more viable. With improving technologies and greater integration there is potential for an accelerated freedom from fossil fuels, but what are the bottlenecks holding us back and where are the opportunities for innovation? In this event, brought to you by EnergyLab, we’ll explore the trends shaping the first phase of a fully-integrated clean energy world.

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




The panel


  • Sarah Fitzgerald, A GHD Principal | Manager Environment (Tasmania), GHD.

  • Evan Franklin, Associate Professor in Energy & Power Systems, UTAS.

  • Dale Bryce, Director, Strategy, Sales & Marketing, Entura.

  • Philip Peck, Associate Professor, Lund University, Sweden.





Timing


  • 6:00pm: Doors open

  • 6:30pm: Panel discussion followed by Q&A with the audience

  • 7:30pm: Continue the discussion over drinks and light snacks

  • 8:30pm: 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 energylab.org.au.





About our event partner, Future Energy


Future Energy is a research collaboration at the University of Tasmania working on energy governance, markets, culture, and technologies. The group brings together expertise from business, economics, engineering, ICT, social science, geography, marine science, architecture, planning, and the humanities to produce high quality research that interrogates and develops options for future energy provision in Tasmania and beyond. To read more about Future Energy head to utas.edu.au/arts-law-education/research/future-energy





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This is the first 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:

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Battery Point

Hobart, TAS 7004

Australia

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