Welcome to Spark Tank
We are looking for bright ideas to save energy and make a difference to our environment in central and western NSW.
You can win money and support to help progress your idea. Finalists from three categories will be selected to present their bright ideas to the Spark Tank Energy Experts at a special event in Bathurst in early 2017 where the winners will be selected.
How it works
Identify your bright idea. Get support to complete your application from the Spark Tank team. Attend one of the Spark Tank info sessions. Complete application.
Congratulations to our second finalist in the spark tank business category - a fabulous project looking at energy efficiency in heritage buildings and sharing that through their education programs. https://youtu.be/9YOUhmMNpnw?list=PLBHj9c8HubQ15TRgo07OQyHatbruJa075read more
Congratulations to our first finalists in the Business Category - Macquarie University - with an innovative program to bring students and energy audits to the Central West! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZpyBiouYKAread more
Our fifth and last finalist in the Spark Tank Home Category is Dubbo Council with their Battery Storage project. Certainly lots of sunshine out there lately to be storing! Congratulations and good luck for the finals. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ne3neGfqmAread more
Finalists in the Spark Tank Home Category - Apollo Estate with their project Young Aboriginal People Learning About Energy Efficiency. Bright Ideas coming out of Dubbo - well done guys. https://youtu.be/hoTwqVWazJw?list=PLBHj9c8HubQ15TRgo07OQyHatbruJa075read more
The third finalist in the Spark Tank Home Category is Housing Plus with their Low Income Tenant Support Project. Congratulations and good luck to the bright sparks at Housing Plus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRPkfQiVpmAread more
Congratulations to Charles Sturt University on being a finalists in the Spark Tank Home Category! They are doing amazing work in the sustainability space and this idea will help educate and implement strategies for residential students on campus. Good thinking CSU!...read more