Time: 6.00pm for 6.30 pm start
Where: Wallaby Room, 11th Floor, Telstra Building, 320 Pitt St Sydney. Click here for a map.
Talk summary: Community power has the potential to transform the way we think about renewable energy production and management and this talk will provide a unique insight into this nascent industry. Community renewable energy projects internationally are playing a significant role in the current renewable energy revolution. In Australia, already we have two community wind farms in operation and 35 groups across the country are developing community renewables projects.
This talk will highlight inspiring case studies of community renewable energy projects across Europe and Australia and step through how they were set up and now operate and discuss the key lessons learnt. Further a framework for setting up community renewable energy projects will be outlined and key opportunities for community renewables in Australia identified.
Please Register by selecting ATTEND at atasydney.eventbrite.com.au
Other Items of Interest:
- The next Australian Solar Council - NSW Branch meeting will be on Tuesday 28th of May.
ASC Solar 2013 Conference and Expo Thurs 23 – Fri 24 May 2013, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Do The Maths, 350.org‘s documentary about the rising movement to solve the climate crises, is premiering in Sydney on May 16 at 7pm at Redfern Town Hall. The film will be preceded by a short talk about 350.org by John Collee, screenwriter of Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, Happy Feet, and Creation, and followed by a QnA session moderated by John around what 350.org is doing in Australia in 2013 and how you can get involved with the movement. Tickets available at http://dothemathsydney.eventbrite.com.au/
You can also hear Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, talk in person in Sydney on June 4, as part of his tour across Australia. Tickets for his talk are available at http://maths.350.org/australia/
The Next Australian Solar Council – NSW Branch meeting will be in Tuesday the 23rd of April. Event details could not be located at email time but may be included with a reminder email otherwise we will announce it at the ATA Branch meeting.
ATA Sydney Central branch regularly receives invitations of interest to our branch members but we are careful to ensure we do not fill up your inbox. So that you do not miss we have started to post these items to Sustainability News Facebook and Twitter along with an increasing number of sustainability related groups.
– ATA Sydney Central Branch – Convenor