TESEP: Energy and the Energy Transition webinar series

Energy and the Energy Transition webinar series
The first episode of our TESEP Webinar Series starts in T2 2024.
Now you can subscribe to as many episodes using a single link!
For details for each individual webinar please visit the TESEP website.
Energy and the Energy Transition webinar series – T2 2024 is a 6 part webinar series.
Wednesdays May 15 to June 19 @ 4.30pm AEST. Register here, it’s FREE!

Energy has a transformational impact on the quality of human life.  It impacts every facet of what we do and how we live making energy one of the most important issues of our time.  We require nothing short of a complete transformation of how we produce, transport and consume energy.  However, energy, the environment and the economy are intimately linked and the four pillars of energy security (i.e., affordability, availability, reliability and sustainability) must be maintained.

May 15. Introduction and overview
May 22. Fossil fuels – current key contributor but role must decrease
May 29. Nuclear energy – base load with no emissions
June 5. Renewables – essential component of global electrification
June 12. Storage – key to enable renewables to underpin 4 pillars of energy security
June 19. Large integrated energy projects – vision of the future

This webinar series covers the new Version 9.0 Australian Curriculum (Earth and Space Sciences), namely, AC9S9U03, AC9S9H03, AC9S9H04 (Year 9), AC9S10U04, AC9S10H02, AC9S10I08 (Year 10).

Each webinar will take no more than 45-60 minutes of your time. Extra time for Q&A can follow as required.

All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance from the Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA).

For more information please visit the TESEP website



May 22 2024


4:30 am - 5:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 21 - 22 2024
  • Time: 2:30 pm - 3:30 am

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