Final preparations are now being made for Narooma’s Renewable Energy Expo and Forum on Saturday, November 25. This is a community project by the Rotary Club of Narooma.
Expo coordinator Frank Eden said it was a great opportunity for householders and business owners to talk with suppliers and experts about how to save on power bills, be more environmentally sustainable, and about possible investment opportunities.
“People are keen to get the latest information and about the way ahead,” Mr Eden said. “Most of the local suppliers of solar panels and batteries will be at the Expo in Narooma’s Sport & Leisure Centre from 10am until 4pm.”
The 20 exhibitors also include solar hot water suppliers, battery suppliers, independent advisors on solar panel technologies and cutting costs and reducing emissions, advisors on investing in solar farms, some hybrid and electric cars, electric bikes, and battery operated tools like chainsaws.’
Narooma school students projects on more efficient lids for school rubbish bins will also feature.
The Expo will be officially opened by Member for Eden Monaro Dr Mike Kelly at 10.30am.
Saturday night’s fascinating Expo Forum at Club Narooma, which starts at 7pm, entry free, and features three speakers, all leaders in their field. They are:
- Kylie Hitchman from ClearSky Solar
- Caleb Fisher from Divall Constructions in Goulburn
- Mark Shorter, Sustainability Coordinator with Eurobodalla Shire Council
A panel discussion will follow with a wide range of experts.
An Expo dinner at 6pm will precede the forum. Bookings essential via the website. More information at expo.naroomarotary.org.au