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Fire! Alternative Energy Forum

March 10 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

- Free

An Alternative Energy Public Forum with a stellar speaker lineup!

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1. relating to a star or stars.

2. featuring or having the quality of a star performer or performers

Presented by the Bellingen Shire Electricity Alliance (BSEA), the forum hosts five speakers from all different walks of life who will present on intriguingly diverse topics. Gumbaynngirr elder, Aunty Shaa, and Councillor Jennie Fenton will welcome the forum.

The event is free and starts at 1.30pm at the Bellingen Memorial Hall. The event is made possible by a grant from Inspiring Australia, an Australian Government Initiative helping to bring science to where the action and the people are.

Speakers

Paul Bryce

Paul Bryce was the founding Associate Director and Adjunct Professor at the Institute of Sustainable Futures, a Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Engineering, and the Head of the Renewable Energy Laboratory in the University of Technology Sydney. For his work, Paul has received a Certificate of Voluntary Service for Peace from the Australian Government, a National Achievement Award from the Solomon Is. Government.

Keri Philips

Keri Philips, an Environmental Psychologist, researches the psychology of sustainability, exploring the question, ‘Public Support for Renewable Energy: Do Values Matter?’ This project investigates the degree to which different human values sway public support for renewable energy in Australia. Potentially, the findings will inform future policy and public communication design.

Arne Hansen

Arne Hansen, a Sustainability Consultant, who works with property owners to optimise and increase efficiency of building stocks, using big data analytics, internet of things (IoT) sensors, utility bills and other cost and emissions sources.

Tricia Helyar

Tricia Helyar, Architect, is passionate about the importance of sustainability being integrated into good design. She believes the most sustainable design is a well constructed building with a long life span, using passive and active components, within budgetary constraints.

Kersten Schmidt

Kersten Schmidt is a renewable energy pioneer and has worked on many landmark wind, solar, battery and diesel power system projects, from Arnhem Land to Alaska to Alice Springs to Antarctica. An Engineer and Project Manager, Kersten is the director of Bellingen based, national consulting company Enesol who are assisting a diverse range of clients with the implementation of innovative modern energy solutions.

 

Details

Date:
March 10
Time:
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Website:
http://www.cel.org.au/fire

Organizer

Bellingen Shire Electricity Alliance
Email:
info@bsea.org.au
Website:
www.bsea.org.au

Venue

Bellingen Memorial Hall
35 Hyde Street
Bellingen, NSW 2454 Australia
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