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Smart Energy Expo: SEE the Future


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Come along to the Smart Energy Expo 2024, organised by Climate Action Burwood Canada Bay, in partnership with MLC School, Burwood Council, the Smart Energy Council and the Australian Electric Vehicles Association.

Held at MLC School in Burwood, the Smart Energy Expo will give you the chance to learn more about renewable energy, electric vehicles and electrification in general, and the role these play in reducing emissions and solving the problem of climate change.

You can talk to locals who have electrified their homes and vehicles and to representatives from Burwood and Canada Bay Councils on what they are doing to save energy use and cut emissions. Also listen to experts about the benefits of renewable energy and electric vehicles – benefits for the country and for your own home.

  • Family Friendly Activities
  • Learn how to save on your power bills
  • Check out electric vehicles

Where: MLC Junior School, Park Road, Burwood (near Burwood Park)

Full panellist list:



Official Opening (Daphne Line Hall)
Master of Ceremonies: Julia Zemiro
Welcome to Country
Welcome: Lisa Moloney, Principal, MLC School
Opening: John Faker, Mayor, Burwood Council
Address: Sally Sitou, Federal MP, Reid

Panel – National Energy Strategy (Daphne Line Hall):

Julia Zemiro (chair), Tim Buckley, John Grimes, Kate Minter

Panel – In Your Home (Daphne Line Hall):

Norman Kozlowski (chair), Sarah Aubrey, Heidi Lee Douglas, Paul Monaro, Emma Skowronski

Panel – Electric Vehicles (Daphne Line Hall):
Michael Day (chair), Riz Akhtar, Sarah Aubrey, Steven Du

Panel – Councils (Daphne Line Hall):

Ken Enderby (chair), James Conlan ( Australia), representatives from Burwood and Canada Bay Councils (TBC)


Final addresses.

Activities all day!



June 23, 2024 at 10:00am - 3pm
Timezone: Sydney
MLC Junior School
12 Park Rd
Burwood, NSW 2134
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Climate Action Burwood Canada Bay
Steven Du

Will you come?

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