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The Community Power Agency would like to invite you to attend Sydney’s first public forum on Community Renewable Energy. Come and hear a range of experts in the field of community renewable energy and share your thoughts on how we can foster the creation of community renewable energy projects across Sydney.
As a society we face a range of big challenges from climate change to peak oil to social inequality to rising electricity prices. Every day we use energy, yet we live in a country with one of the dirtiest energy systems in the world. Thus creating community renewables projects across Sydney is a win, win, win:
Building on the success of thousands of community owned and run renewable energy projects across the world, this forum will be an opportunity to discuss what we can do right here in Sydney. How together we can investigate, finance, organise and own renewable energy assets that power our homes, our businesses and our centres.
Details for the Forum are as follows:
What: EmPowering our City: Community Renewable Energy for Sydney
When: Wednesday March 13th 6.30-8.30 at Redfern Town Hall
Suggested Donation: $10 Waged, $5 unwaged (Registration is free)
Master of Ceremonies: Giles Parkinson, Reneweconomy
We hope the idea of renewable energy projects developed and owned by the people of Sydney is as exciting to you as it is to us.
For all those who want to take the next step and help actively shape the development of a community renewables project in Sydney, we will also be holding workshop on the Sunday, following the forum. The Sydney Community Renewables Workshop will bring together all those people who are keen to make a community renewables project happen in Sydney. Together at the workshop we will make a plan for action that builds on our collective strengths and vision.
The details for the Workshop are as follows:
What: Sydney Community Renewables Workshop
When: Sunday March 17th 12-4pm Redfern Oval Community Room
Who: Facilitated by Nicky Ison and April Crawford-Smith
Suggested Donation: $15 waged, $10 unwaged (registration is free)
There will be light food and drinks for the workshop.
Thanks and see you there!
March 13, 2013
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
73 Pitt St