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As Queensland is the official sunshine state, how can we ensure that we are using our abundance of sunlight effectively?
With the price of energy skyrocketing it now makes more sense then ever to use renewable energy where possible to ensure the power bills stay down.
Come along to our next NEEN+ Learning Community to learn all about how solar could be good for your organisation in saving energy.
Sign up here to become a NEEN member, if you are not one already, access our online energy audit tool and come along to our second meeting as a learning community.
Our guest speakers for the meeting include:
- Sungevity – Nick Lake, Founder and Chairman, Sungevity Australia will inform us of the latest solar options available.
- Case study: Mater Hospital – Chris Hill, Director Environmental Sustainability at Mater Health Services will share some of his success stories around implementing energy efficiency in the hospital.
- Energetics – Carl Duncan will be there to assist you with any technical questions you may have after completing the online audit tool.
Can’t wait to see you there and don’t forget to complete your organisations online energy audit using our simple Opportunity Assessment Tool before you come so you can share your learning’s with your community on the day.
For extra help while using the tool call our friendly call centre on (02) 8907 9507.
Sandi Middleton, QLD Regional Leader
P.S. Check out our quick ‘how to’ video on using the Opportunity Assessment Tool.
FAQs - How do I get there and what are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The meeting will be held in Conference room 4 on level 3 of the Mater Adult Hospital, Building 01. Please note that there is no free parking on site. There are three car parks – shown on site map as buildings 35 , 36 and 53.
Mater is also very well supported with public transport, with the Mater Bus way located at the front of the hospital, and the South Bank and Park road train stations also within close walking distance.
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National Energy Efficiency Network (NEEN)
A national initiative, NEEN promotes open learning and collaboration amongst faith-based and not-for-profit community organisations around energy efficiency and sustainability. Through increased efficiency we aim to reduce the energy intensity and consumption of the community sector, in turn reducing emissions and freeing up funding for delivery of core programs that support a more positive future for all.
To achieve this NEEN is providing free access to:
- Energy efficiency information – relevant to the needs of the not-for-profit sector & unique industry profiles
- Online Opportunity Assessment Tool and Business Case Tool to inform & support change at an operational level
- NEEN+ learning community events and online forum
The NEEN program received funding from the Department of Industry as part of the Energy Efficiency Information Grants Programme. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.