Posts Tagged ‘sustainable energy’
Michale Oke, from City of Yarra, talks about a bulk solar purchasing initiative in order to tackle the problem of zero greenhouse emissions.
Posted in Seeking by Ferne Edwards on March 10th, 2009
Bayer Australia, in partnership with United Nations Environmental Program, is offering three Australian students the opportunity to represent Australia at an Asia Pacific forum on Sustainable Energy Systems: Challenges and Opportunities.
The successful students will win a week long all-expenses-paid trip to the Eco-Minds Youth Forum in New Zealand in May 2009 and will have the opportunity to be part of a high profile international team solving real world problems.
To apply, students have to be Australian citizens (or have permanent residency), be between the ages of 18-24 and complete an application form which includes an essay of 1000 words. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Events by Enhar on November 11th, 2008
This is an event for Melbourne professionals who wish to increase their knowledge and contacts in the field of sustainable energy.
Speakers at the event include:
- Michael Williamson, Sustainability Victoria: “Repowering Victoria for the 21st century”
- Craig Memery: Embedded Wind Energy: “The Time is Right”
- Bruce Thompson, MEFL: “Decentralised Energy in the Victorian Context”
- Demian Natakhan, Enhar: “Wind energy trends in Victoria, part II
Event registrations are invited at www.enhar.com.au/sustainable_energy_events.html
Time: 11:30am, Friday 21st November 2008
Cost: $20 Attendance fee includes Lunch ($15 limited student places)
Location: 420 Victoria Street, Brunswick
Transport: Tram via Sydney Road, Train via Brunswick Station on Upfield line, on street parking
For Event information, contact: 0403883696 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, go to www.enhar.com.au/sustainable_energy_events.html
Enhar is a Melbourne based consultancy in the renewable energy and energy conservation sector: