Energy Conversations – The future of sustainable transport

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Mar ’18
5:00 pm

The electric vehicle revolution is on its way to Australia.

The Minister for the Environment and Energy, Josh Frydenberg, has likened the scale of disruption to be caused by the imminent revolution to the introduction of the iPhone.

Electric vehicles will be a game-changer for the transport industry and Australia needs to prepare.

Hear experts from the Australian National University and the ACT Government discuss the future of sustainable transport at the Renewables Innovation Hub, 5 – 7pm, Tuesday 20 March.


Dr Matt Stocks, Convenor, Energy Change Institute Sustainable Transport cluster, ANU – Will electric vehicles break the network?
Dr Paul Burke, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU – Pricing approaches for improved road transport.
Meghan Oldfield, Deputy Project Director of Light Rail Stage 1, ACT Government – Future options to decarbonise the ACT’s transport sector.
A discussion and audience Q&A will follow the presentations.
Registration via Eventbrite is essential.

Date: Tuesday 20 March, 5-7pm

Location: Renewables Innovation Hub, Ground Floor, 19-23 Moore Street, Turner, ACT, 2612


This event is kindly sponsored by Electromotiv (, specialists in Zero-Carbon Transport.



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