Beyond Zero Emissions discussion night presents Rebecca Dunn: Solar thermal storage engineer
Posted in Events by Mark Ogge on March 17th, 2009
The need for global reductions in greenhouse gas emission has continually led to debates surrounding the extent to which renewable energies should be included within future energy mixes. In Australia such discussion is dominated by solar energy and its potential to provide baseload power.
Rebecca Dunn, a solar storage thermal engineer, is currently completing her phd at ANU under solar energy expert Keith Lovegrove. Her research into ammonia based solar thermal energy critically informs this debate.
Come along to participate and discuss the potential role for solar power within Australias environment.
Event location: 2nd Floor, Kindness House, 288 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
Time: 6.30 â€“ 7.30 pm, Monday 6th April.
(If you arrive late and have trouble getting in, please call 0421 272 884, and we will come down and meet you.)
Cost: Gold coin donation
Wheelchair access available via lift; 2 flights of stairs. Happy to assist with access. Please call 0421 272 884 to arrange.
Attendees: All welcome
Event type: Forum/meeting
Event URL/web link http://www.beyondzeroemissions.org/discussiongroup
Sian Gleeson: firstname.lastname@example.org
0422 635 367
Mark Ogge: email@example.com
0421 272 884