future energy week 2021

Connecting organisations with global leaders and innovators contributing to the clean energy transition.

 

Future Energy Week is brought to you by the Tonsley Future Energy Consortium, and is hosted at the Tonsley Innovation District, South Australia.  

 

This series of events will showcase the best and brightest in energy and will connect organisations with current and emerging innovators that are all contributing to the much-needed clean energy transition. 

 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

 

ENERGY NOW (November 16)

 

The current state of play – hear what energy leaders around the world have to say.

 With World Energy Council, Climate Council, Department of Energy and Mining, EfficientSee, SAGE, Azzo, CleanPeak Energy, Phoenix Contact, CORE Innovation Hub, Tesla, and Tonsley Innovation District. 



ENERGY NEXT (November 17-18)


Smart modelling around inclusive energy generation, and consumption.  

  • November 17:
    With City of Marion, Resilient South, Committee for Adelaide, Ethical Fields and World Energy Council. 
  • November 18:
    With SA-H2H™, Department for Trade and Investment, Australian Hydrogen Council, NERA, H2U - the Hydrogen Utility™, AGIG HyP SA, Department of Energy and Mining, TAFE SA. 

ENERGY FUTURE (November 19)


Building resilient and sustainable futures with innovation.

With SA Chief Scientist, HILT-CRC, Flinders University, University of Adelaide, World Energy Council, Department for Innovation and Skills, Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur, FIXE.

 


ENERGY TRANSFORMATHON (November 19-21)


Accelerating Australia's energy transformation.
With Flinders New Venture Institute, World Energy Council and Menzies Foundation. 


Future Energy Week | 16-21 November 2021 

Tonsley Innovation District 

6 MAB Eastern Promenade

Tonsley 

South Australia 

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