This Cleantech event is now over.
The Food and Agribusiness Network (FAN) is partnering with CleanTech Industries Sunshine Coast (CISC) to deliver an informative session on the ways you can save energy, water and reduce waste and costs in your business.
Thursday 22nd June, 5:15pm -7.00pm
Fresh Holistic Health, 330 Mons Road, Forest Glen
Environmental consultants Don Parry and Annie Nolan, and energy experts Will Waters and Justin Bold, will share efficiencies to save on water and waste, how to save on your energy bills, how the national energy market works and what you can do to combat price rises.
If you can’t measure it, you can’t change it. Understand how to measure resources use. You will find out what to look for in your business and get a handy checklist for your business. There will be an opportunity for a Question and Answer session. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the experts in this interactive session. BYO business electricity bill!
Your Speakers – A Wealth of Knowledge
A sustainability, carbon mitigation and environment management professional, with Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Masters in Sustainability completed in Sweden and Masters of Management. Annie is currently managing Noosa Council’s Zero Net Emissions Strategy and recently managed the Sunshine Coast Airport’s Carbon Neutral accreditation. In an Australian first, Annie managed the Sunshine Coast TAFE initiative to become the first higher educational facility to be Carbon Neutral Certified. As an ecoBiz Consultant for the CCIQ, Annie worked extensively with small businesses to reduce their energy, waster and water consumption and costs. Annie currently sits on the Cleantech Industries Sunshine Coast Board.
An energy professional at Planet Ark Power with a focus on reducing energy costs for commercial and industrial sites, combining sustainability, renewable energy and building efficiency. With tertiary qualifications in energy auditing, business and education, Will is Vice President of Cleantech Industries Sunshine Coast and board member of the new local branch of the Australian Institute of Energy (AIE).
Don Parry speaks on Sustainable Business and has a Degree in Business from UQ. The Nambour Rugby Club won the Community Award at the 2015 Premiers Sustainability Awards while Don was President and it was the first sporting field in Australia to be Organically Certified. As an ecoBiz Consultant for the CCIQ, Don worked extensively with small businesses to reduce their energy, waster and water consumption and costs.
We are an eco business hub promoting local clean technology and sustainability businesses. An independent, not-for-profit organisation providing the latest cleantech news, information and professional development opportunities for cleantech business owners and supporters. To join CISC visit the membership page.Megyn Carpenter, President