ZEN Energy is proud to be supporting the Science Alive! event at Tonsley on Sunday the 26th March 2017, and invites all of our clients, customers, and friends to enjoy this free event that will be all kinds of awesome!
As part of the event, ZEN Energy Founder and Director of Innovation, Richard Turner, will be presenting on The Energy Smart Home of Today. Battery storage has long been regarded as the future of home energy, but the future is now here, and you can listen to Richard speak about just how far the science of battery storage has come, where it is headed, and what it all means for your home, your community, and Australia.
This free hand-on science event has something for everyone. Families will enjoy the spectacular SciWorld science shows, native animals, robotics, dinosaur puzzles, smoke cannons, bugs n slugs and more. There will also be 60 hand-on Questacon exhibits to explore. Teenagers will find a range of info on fabulous science and engineering study and career options including workshops on animation and design in the game development field. For adults young and old there will be presentations on the latest news on home energy systems from ZEN Energy and driverless cars from Flinders University.
Exhibitors at the event include Saab Australia, Flinders University, TAFE SA, the Australian Science and Maths School, Questacon, the Bright Sparks Science Club, Junior Field Naturalists, Rising Sun Pictures, Hackerspace, Dig-a-Dino, teh STEMSEL Foundation, the Academy of Interactive Entertainment, Animals Anonymous, bugs n slugs, the Institute of Backyard Studies, Enchanted Gallery 4D Discovery Cards and Sci World.
There will be alternating SciWorld Science Shows and Animals Anonymous native animal shows throughout the day as well as regular science presentations on energy, transport and other topical issues.
The event runs from 10am to 4pm on Sunday 26th March 2017, at the Tonsley Innovation District, 1284 South Road, Tonsley, South Australia (enter from South Road or Alawoona Avenue). For all the latest program information and highlights visit the Science Alive! website or Facebook page.
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