SEN promotes practical, affordable strategies for a sustainable global future by the adoption of renewable energy. SEN is a dynamic and independent WA association.
Our August 1st SEN Presents revisits large scale solar.
Daniel Thompson, Director of Development, Australia, SolarReserve, will update us on the latest in concentrating solar power (CSP), its present deployment and future prospects.
He will discuss: About SolarReserve, a leading global developer of utility-scale solar power projects; CSP technology; The operating CSP facility at Crescent Dunes, Tonopah, Nevada, USA; The Aurora project – a SolarReserve proposal for CSP at Port Augusta, South Australia; International developments and the progression down the cost curve.
You can RSVP here.
Our June 20th SEN Presents explored a largely forgotten resource
Did you know the Kimberley Tides, together with HVDC Transmission Lines could supply all our electricity?
See a summary of this informative presentation here.
The full RE report by SEN is now published
This is the final or full report of the modelling study into renewable energy for the SWIS grid of WA. A very thorough yet readable report. One finding was that going renewable costs no more than coal-gas. Read more or download from this page. This is a significant achievement by the SEN team and a great plan for our future.
EECON 2016 at the Pan Pacific Perth, November 2016.
Early bird registrations close 3 October 2016. Please see fees and register here.
If you would like more information please see their website.
World Renewable Energy Conference coming to Murdoch Uni, Feb 2017!
Abstracts are due by July and early registrations by August
For a round up of renewable energy technologies and SEN, download our Flyer.