Future Energy Leaders

Who we are

FEL is a collaborative of young professionals working in the energy industry. Each year in March, FEL hosts [Young] Energy State of the Nation, or [Y]ESON, a one day workshop to inspire and engage young energy professionals and develop a future energy vision for Australia.

What is [Y]ESON?

[Young] Energy State of the Nation is a workshop for young professionals to develop a future energy vision for Australia. It is a unique opportunity for young professionals to think creatively and develop a future vision for the industry they work in. The ideas from the workshop are presented to senior members of Australia's energy industry at the Energy Policy Institute's key event, ESON.

The next [Y]ESON will be held on the 17 March 2016 in Sydney.

Who can get involved?

FEL seeks a diverse cross section of skills and experiences for our events. Delegates from past workshops include professionals with policy, research & development, technical, consulting, commerce, financial and legal expertise.


The Energy Policy Institute does not cater for individual membership and recommends that young professionals interested in personal development consider joining the Australian Institute of Energy (www.aie.org.au).


What's New

Be part of the EPIA's Energy Policy Review survey 

pdfClick here to participate.. It will take less than 5 minutes.


EPIA Policy Position on the Finkel Review - Supporting an Orderly Transition Plan and an Independent Energy Security Board

pdfClick here to view this paper by the EPIA.

The Institute’s submission to the COAG Energy Council, August 2016.

Policy Papers

Public Policy Paper 3/2017: What are the full system costs of renewable energy?

pdfClick here to view this paper by Stephen Wilson, Cape Otway Associates


Public Policy Papers: A compendium of Key Points (to May 2017) 

Since May 2013 the Institute has published seventeen Public Policy Papers.

pdfClick here to view the compendium of key points. 

Public Policy Papers : A Compendium of Key Points (Aug 2016)

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Since May 2013 the Institute has published twelve Public Policy Papers.

pdfClick here to view the compendium of key points.

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