Renewables Innovation Hub
The Renewables Innovation Hub is a highly flexible collaborative working space bringing together innovative start-ups and organisations in Australia and around the world to develop the ACT’s vibrant renewable energy and clean technology sectors.
The Hub offers:
- 24 co-working desks
- 6 x 3-person and 2 x 2-person offices
- 4 bookable meeting rooms
- 300-person event space capacity
- high-speed internet
In addition to this premium accommodation, the Hub will provide a wealth of opportunities including:
- highly informative workshops, seminars and briefings by industry and research leaders
- extensive networking opportunities for organisations
- mentoring for early-stage businesses and support to identify market opportunities.
For more information visit the Hub website.
If you’re looking to build your business and help deliver or improve the generation, distribution, or storage of renewable energy; then the Renewables Innovation Hub is the place for you!Matt Stimson, Hub Manager
The Hub is an initiative of the ACT Governments to help grow renewable energy networks in Canberra. The Hub is designed to be a collaborative working space (comprising of both offices and open plan areas) for both start-ups and established organisations within Canberra's renewable energy sector.
It is named after the universal target of limiting global warming to less than 2 degrees, adopted by 195 nations at the historic 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Paris on 12 December 2015. The Hub's location is close to ANU, the CBD, shops and other amenities.
2degrees is ideally suited for entrepreneurs, service providers, consultants, investors, researchers and policy makers. It offers these individuals information and ideas generation across topics such as:
- wind and solar energy
- battery storage and integration
- the hydrogen economy
- energy control systems and energy policy
The Hub will also provide networking opportunities for organisations through a calendar of regular social events.
We are inviting stakeholders and prospective members to register for a tour of the Hub from 3 November 2016 onwards.
3 November 2016
Lunchtime presentation with International Guest: Francis Sollano
Francis Sollano is an acclaimed Filipino trashion and installations artist known for his contemporary takes on upcycling garbage into wearable art and converting decaying landscapes to lush urban spaces. This lunchtime presentation was held at the Renewables Innovation Hub, providing attendees with innovative ideas and networking opportunities.
22 November 2016
Tuesday 22 November marked the official opening of the <2degrees Renewables Innovation Hub by Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability Shane Rattenbury MLA. This unique space offers many links between creativity and innovation. More information about the official opening.