NSW - Innovation in the Environment

Published 4 Dec 2015

FULLY BOOKED - thank you for your interest!

EIANZ & ISF present Innovation in the Environment: Renewable Energy - The Rise of Battery Storage & the Future of Renewables

There's no question - our future energy security depends on renewables. Affordability is key but what about the basics of energy storage and large scale implementation?

Join us to hear the latest on renewables from the front line with leaders in the field including:

  • Dan Sturrock - Investment Director, Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
  • Dean Stehling - Executive Director, Allgird - an Indigenous Corporation leading the way with battery storage
  • Nigel Morris - CEO, RoofJuice Australia

Facilitated by Jan Rieche, Polyglot Group.

Innovation in the Environment is a series of discussions to showcase innovation and spark debate on new development tools, technologies, methodologies and ideas in the environment sphere.

More about the venue

The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is a Business School building of the UTS. It is the first building in Australia designed by architect Frank Gehry. Completed in November 2014, it is located in the City Campus’s Haymarket precinct, the building is a landmark along the 'cultural ribbon' that extends from the Sydney Opera House down to UTS, taking in Darling Harbour and The Goods Line development. It has a 5 Star Green Star Design rating from the Green Building Council of Australia. It is located at 14-28 Ultimo Rd, Ultimo.

Event details

When: 18 Feb 2016
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM

Where: University of Technology
Level 8, Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, 14-18 Ultimo Rd, ULTIMO NSW 2007

Cost: $20 Members / $40 Non-members

Registrations Open: 7 Dec 2015

Registrations Close: 1 Feb 2016

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Published 4 Dec 2015