Behind EnergyLab Asia is a global vision of a world powered by 100% clean energy. We are here to help foster and make this vision a reality.
EnergyLab was founded to support new business and technological initiatives that move Australia and the world toward 100% clean energy solutions
We are part of the New Energy Nexus, a global alliance of clean energy accelerators.

In Cambodia, EnergyLab is gratefully supported and funded by Australian Aid, UNDP, British Embassy, USAID Development Innovations, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

We are based at the fabulous innovation and creative space at FactoryPhnomPenh.
Our locations
EnergyLab is currently located in Australia, Cambodia and Japan
"When Angkorian society began, Paris and London were not much more than elaborate villages. Europe was crawling with barbarians, and here were the Khmer engineering sophisticated irrigation systems and constructing the biggest temple in the world."
Kim Fay, The Map of Lost Memories
The EnergyLab Asia Team
Piers Grove
Nick Lake
Bridget McIntosh
Country Director, Cambodia
James Tilbury
Director, International Programs
Opportunities - we are hiring!
Accounting and Finance Officer

Energylab is seeking an enthusiastic, organised, professional Accounting & Finance Officer.
We are looking for someone with experience who can help support our team to deliver the important work we do!

If you are passionate about making Cambodia both environmentally and economically strong, then we'd love to hear from you!
Anti Corruption Policy
EnergyLab requires that in all aspects of our business that our team act honestly, adhere to the highest ethical standards, and act in compliance with all relevant legal requirements. In this respect everyone who works with EnergyLab in either a paid or voluntary capacity must not engage in bribery or any other form of corruption. The prohibition of bribery under this policy includes the provision or conveying of anything of value to any third party, official or family members of officials, whether directly or indirectly, to secure any improper advantage or to obtain or retain business.