There is no SEN Presents in February. We recommend attending one of these instead:
RenewWA Forum : Climate change + renewables in WA
Thursday 9 February at 6.30pm – 8.15pm at Edith Cowan University, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley
This event is hosted by RenewWA and sponsored by Sustainable Energy Now (SEN). A renewable energy presentation will be by Michael Lord, Director of Research at Beyond Zero Emissions outlining the economic opportunities for WA in transitioning to a zero-carbon future. This will be followed by a panel discussion. Please join us to hear from our eminent speakers, and political candidates to help you decide where to place your vote in the upcoming State Election on 11 March.
Transition towards 100% renewable energy
Listen to local and international experts and network with international visitors at this special FREE presentation followed by a Q&A session.
Sunday, 5 February 2017 at 5.00pm – 6.30pm at Victoria Hall, 179 High Street, Fremantle
Speakers include the Director General of World Renewable Energy Network, the President of International Solar Energy Society USA, the Emerging Technology & Innovations Manager at Western Power, and our own Hamish Jolly from Biogass Renewables, Profession Ray Wills from FutureSmart and Professor Peter Newman from Curtin University.
Refreshments provided. No RSVP required.
This event is a FREE event supported by Fremantle City Council as part of the World Renewable Energy Congress XVI Conference, Murdoch University 5-9 February.
World Renewable Energy Conference (WREC)
Don’t miss out on this fabulous international conference opportunity right here in Perth! From 5 – 9 February at Murdoch University, the conference will host local and international speakers, site visits, technical tours and includes a detailed technical programme. There is a cost involved, but what a marvelous opportunity to meet policy leaders, great thinkers and successful scientists and international project developers to share your ideas with! For more information click here.
Hot off the press!
The Conservation Council of WA has just released the CCWA Environment Groups Policy Priorities for the 2017 Election. Check it out here.