The Naturaliste Renewable Energy Group in conjunction with the Frontier Impact Group is holding a FREE one day workshop in Busselton on Tuesday 14th November 2017.
The emphasis on Community renewable energy projects. It is for anyone in the state interested in learning how to get community energy projects off the ground.
We have about 10 spots left so if this is something you are keen on let us know. This is a great time to start a project in your town. It is the future and a great opportunity to learn from the experts. It is the only workshop of its kind to be held anywhere in WA. Don’t miss it.
Notice is given that the annual general meeting of NREG members for the financial year ended 30 June 2017 will be held as follows:
DATE: Sunday 29th October 2017
PLACE: Clancy’s Fish Pub, 1710 Caves Rd, Dunsborough WA 6281
- Confirm the minutes of the last general meeting
To table and confirm the minutes of the last meeting of NREG members which was held on 15th January 2017 (Attachment 1).
- NREG Steering Committee financial report
To table and consider the NREG financial report for the financial year ended 30 June 2017.
- Fill Casual Vacancies
- Close of meeting
3.30 – 5.30pm
Location: Barnyard 1978, 12 Canal Rocks Road, Yallingup
Come along to find out the latest from NREG. Information on the current bulk buy solar deal, battery storage, commercial community-owned solar and the “100% Renewables by 2025” target.
Food and drinks are available to purchase. Come and see the amazing “Solar Pergola” and enjoy an afternoon of conversation, music and great food.
See more event information on our facebook page and let us know if you are coming:
Notice is given that the annual general meeting of NREG members for the financial year ended 30 June 2016 will be held as follows:
DATE: Sunday 2nd April 2017
PLACE: Barnyard Restaurant, 12 Canal Rocks Road YALLINGUP
We are stoked to be offered the use of Barnyard Restaurant on Canal Rocks Road as a beautiful venue for our first AGM. Food and drink is available to purchase, and presentations and music will follow the AGM, which will be kept pretty short and sharp. A flyer will be sent with more information to follow.
Nominations for the steering committee are as follows:
Amanda Edwards (nominated by herself): Secretary
Christian Fletcher (nominated by himself): Chairperson
Mark Palmer (nominated by himself): Committee member
Michael Baldock (nominated by himself): Committee member
Stuart Sibbald (nominated by himself): Deputy Chairperson
Nobody has nominated for role of Treasurer and therefore nominations will be taken from members from the floor at the AGM. Please note you must be a member in order to have voting rights at the AGM (you also must be a member to nominate to be on the committee!). You can register for membership via the website here: https://nreg.com.au/get-involved/
If you are a member who cannot attend the AGM, you can still cast a vote by nominating a proxy who can attend on your behalf (who must also be a member).
The Naturaliste Renewable Energy Group is having an Open Forum Session to work towards the South West becoming carbon neutral. It will be an event where everyone can have their say and offer up ideas and get involved.
Here is the link to the event on our facebook page – Please share with your friends who may be interested in attending: https://www.facebook.com/events/1068476806535101/
The afternoon will be run by Casper Adson and will basically be a brainstorming session. We will break up into different groups and lay out a pathway and the steps needed to reach our goals. So if you are interested in community owner solar projects, energy efficiency, electric cars, pyrolysis, tree planting, alternative energy sources, lifestyle changes anything that can help reduce our impact on the environment, this will be for you. You will be able to contribute to any group and all ideas will be collected and made available to the public.
It will be informal and fun and there will be food and drinks (the bar will be open) available to help us relax and get into the right headspace. The location was chosen because of the views over the bay. Nothing like a beautiful backdrop to keep us focussed on protecting othe environment for our kids.
NREG has had great success in partnership with Save Energy with the installation of 25 residential solar pv systems. Sean Scanlon will be announcing the winner of the free solar system to a non profit group on the day also. Kindly donated by Save Energy.
So join in and lets make it successful. We can’t sit back and expect others to do the work for us. When we have the community involved we can achieve anything. We can seat 80 people so please let us know if you can make it. We can get more chairs if needed. I will let you know of any updates as they come to hand.
Hope to see you there