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EnergyLab and our startups in the press
AusNet supporting women in clean energy sector
Women in Clean Energy Fellowship to begin second intake in 2020
Why demand response demands attention
Squeezing energy savings out of airconditioning systems with machine learning
4 clean-energy startups enter the EnergyLab incubator
EnergyLab relaunches acceleration program for later-stage clean energy startups in Australia
Renewable energy start-up attracts funding for East Coast expansion
Sydney based startup BlueVolt raise $240k in seed funding to launch plug-and-play solar systems
EnergyLab on the lookout for female founders to take on the Clean Energy sector
PowerPal Driving Consumer Engagement In Energy
EnergyLab angel investor group backs Sydney IoT start-up Symbiot
From Corporate Career To Startup Founder – Waste Ninja Is Tackling The Issue Of Organic Waste & The Methane Gas It Produces
Aussie Startup Zero Impact Looks To Turn Coffee Waste Into Energy
Boost for clean energy start-ups with new Brisbane base thanks to the CEFC and EnergyLab
Who's missing out on Australia's rooftop solar boom?
Australians may do 95% of car travel in autonomous EVs by 2030
Airbnb of electric vehicles aims to plug charging problems
EnergyLab: Program to accelerate creation of renewable energy start-ups launches in Sydney
First renewable energy accelerator launches in NSW
Q&A with our Programs Manager, Milly
Learn more about EnergyLab Programs Manager, Milly Young
Meet the 6 companies behind our Smart Energy Program
EnergyLab kicks off its Smart Energy Accelerator Program with six Australian and International companies.
AusNet Services sponsors EnergyLab’s Women in Clean Energy Fellowship
AusNet Services is supporting EnergyLab’s Women in Clean Energy Fellowship in Melbourne to inspire, educate and support more women to found energy startups.
Q&A with our Acceleration Program Manager, Riley
Learn more about EnergyLab Acceleration Program Manager, Riley McAuliffe
Meet the 6th intake of our clean energy accelerator
EnergyLab welcomes 4 new startups to its acceleration program to fast track Australia's transition to a 100% clean energy future.
TasNetworks signs on as EnergyLab accelerator partner
TasNetworks will support EnergyLab's new Smart Energy Accelerator in Launceston to help startups prototype, test and deploy a smart energy or smart city product in just three months
EnergyLab Alumni BlueVolt raise $240k in seed funding
BlueVolt raise $240k in seed funding to launch self-installable solar systems.
EnergyLab's accelerator confirmed to be ESIC-eligible
Raising capital just became a little bit easier for Australia's clean energy startups.
Meet the 5th cohort of our clean energy accelerator
EnergyLab welcomes 9 new startups to its acceleration program to fast track Australia's transition to a 100% clean energy future.
Clean development financing: Creating an investment pipeline for decarbonisation
The sustainable finance movement presents an opportunity for the clean energy sector, but only if we change our approach to investing in cleantech startups.
Autonomous vehicles - the clean energy technology we've been waiting for?
We argue that autonomous vehicle tech is cleantech, and could be one of the most disruptive technologies in the energy transition.
Restoring the balance: startup opportunities in Demand Side Participation
Demand response and demand management are increasing in importance and present relatively untapped opportunities for clean energy entrepreneurs.
The final frontiers of rooftop solar: opportunities for energy entrepreneurs
Uptake of rooftop solar in Australia is high, but not uniformly so. This paper identifies where uptake is lower than might be expected - opportunities startups to address.
Leapfrogging to smart grids: How startups can help modernise infrastructure
How startups can find low-cost solutions to help developing countries avoid the high upfront costs of smart grid technologies necessary to modernise their grid.
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