AIE hosting forum on Canberra’s Sustainable Energy Future: May 22 2012

On Tuesday May 22, the Australian Institute of Energy (AIE) is hosting a free forum to discuss Canberra’s Sustainable Energy Future.

With the ACT Government pushing for sustainable energy provision, how do we plan more sustainably and what could be the near future? Our peakers will cover the ACT Vision, power generation connection, sustainable planning and Hydrogen Fuel Cells.

Please join us to hear a few thoughts on these issues from the Government, Infrastructure, Planning and Technology side during this exciting time.

Presentations will commence at 3.45 pm and conclude with Questions at 5.00 pm. Drinks and canapés will be available after the presentation. The event is expected to end around 6.30 pm.

Date: Tuesday, 22 May 2012
Time: 3.30 – 5.00pm
Venue: ACT Legislative Assembley

South Building, 200 London Circuit

Canberra City

Cost: FREE


Jon Sibley

Senior Manager of Climate Change Energy and Sustainability Policy, ACT Government

John Garvin

Customer Solutions Manager, ActewAGL

Toby Roxburgh

District Energy Sector Leader Australia and New Zealand, AECOM

Robin Goodhand

Principal Scientist, Energy (Renewable Energy and Hydrogen), AECOM

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