Is 100% renewable energy in Perth possible? If so, what would it look like?
Come join Transition Town Guildford and the Hills Sustainability Group as we host an eastern suburbs forum on the Energy 2029 plan. Hear from Sustainable Energy Now (SEN) and Senator Scott Ludlam on how we can transition to 100% stationary energy by 2029.
Prior to the March State Election SEN was commissioned by the WA Greens to provide a brief of scenarios which would demonstrate the potential for WAʼs South West Integrated System electricity grid demand to be fully met by a combination of renewable energy generation, efficiency, storage and demand-side management within the SWIS grid, by 2029.
Presentations by Senator Scott Ludlam, SEN secretary Steve Gates, followed by Q & A.
Date: Thursday, 22nd August
Venue: Old Midland Courthouse, 43 Helena street, Midland
Time: 6:30 pm for a 7 pm start. Finish 8 pm.
Tea, coffee and supper will be provided.
Entry by donation
Presented in collaboration with:
About HSG: The Hills Sustainability group is made up of people living in the hills who are interested in environmental and sustainability issues. We have a mailing list of some 100 members and our goal is to encourage the community to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. We are an apolitical organization that wishes to work with the community and the Shire of Mundaring. We are not interested in adversarial dialogue on issues. We believe a conciliatory approach based on trust and goodwill will better serve the community. http://www.hsg.org.au/
About SEN: Sustainable Energy Now, Inc. is a community based think tank formed in 2007 with the aim to promote practical, affordable strategies for the adoption of renewable energy toward a sustainable global future. SEN has a broad membership of over 200 and supporters of over 1000 ranging from energy professionals, engineers, economists, doctors and academics to politicians, retirees and students. Our endeavours are to: Research; Promote; Advocate and Simulate the renewable energy potential of WA. http://sen.asn.au/