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Getting off gas and going all-electric: A how-to guide

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Going all-electric is an essential step in making your home as sustainable as it can be. In this session we will detail how and when to transition away from gas, offer tips on creating an efficient all-electric home, and outline the benefits environmentally and economically. In the second half of this session we’ll open up a panel discussion and Q&A session with our experts.

Please note that this session will start at 6:30pm (AEST) and end between 8 - 8:30pm (AEST), depending on audience questions. The session will be recorded and sent out to registered participants. 


Josh Ellison, Rewiring Australia 

Josh leads research, design and development work at Rewiring Australia. He has co-authored Rewiring Australia’s research papers and models since its establishment. He also works with industry and communities to design and implement on the ground electrification.

Rewiring Australia was launched in 2021, founded by Dr. Saul Griffith. It is supported by an optimistic group of non-partisan Australians to collectively illustrate the positive climate and economic outcomes possible for Australia, and the world, with the electrification of fossil fuel machines.

Damien Moyse, Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action

Damien is currently the Manager of Gas Reform at the Victorian Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action and is the former Manager of the Energy Projects team at Renew. Damien has been working in policy and project management in renewables and the energy transition for the past 15 years, having previously worked in strategic planning for local government and the private sector.

Host - Rob McLeod

Rob heads up Renew's Policy and Advocacy team as well as our Climate Resilient Homes campaign. Rob has extensive experience in campaigns, policy, advocacy, research, and federal politics. He has worked on housing, energy and climate issues as a caseworker, community organiser, and policy advisor.


  • You can purchase a ticket to this event individually, or consider an Extension Session Pass, giving you access to all of our Extension Sessions.
  • You will receive the link to attend the webinar in your ticket confirmation email.
  • This webinar will take place on Zoom. If you need to download Zoom, you can do so here.
  • We have a limited number of free tickets available for those experiencing financial difficulty.

This event is supported by NatHERS, Design for Place, Your Home, Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action, Sonnen, Bank Australia, Light House Architecture & Science, HIP V. HYPE, and Design Matters National.

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