In conjunction with the City of Whyalla, ZEN Energy is proud to present Professor Ross Garnaut – The Paris Climate Summit and the Emerging Role of Battery Storage Technology this coming Tuesday November 1st.
**WE REGRET TO INFORM THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE. ZEN ENERGY WILL ADVISE OF NEW DATES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE**
- Tuesday 1st November 2016
- 7 to 9pm – free public event
- Whyalla Homestead Museum, Ekblom Street, Whyalla Norrie
- RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted at the Whyalla Homestead Museum, Ekblom Street, Whyalla Norrie from 7 to 9pm on Tuesday November 1st 2016, please join us for this free public event as Professor Garnaut presents a ‘Post Paris’ debrief on what is required for the global transition to a low carbon economy. Ross will highlight which countries are performing well, and what this means for Australia and the local community. You can also hear about the industrial and grid-scale projects ZEN is working on in the Upper Spencer Gulf and the benefits with will bring to the community.
What role can we play as individual home and business owners? Richard Turner (Founder of ZEN Energy) will also take the audience through the latest home and commercial solar technologies, including energy storage, and highlight how homes and businesses can significantly reduce their electricity costs by installing these systems now.
This is a session not to be missed and seats will fill fast, so RSVP now to avoid disappointment. This is a free public event so RSVP now via email to email@example.com.
More information on this incredible event can also be downloaded here.