Northern Rivers 100% Renewables Community Forum - Solar Citizens

Northern Rivers 100% Renewables Community Forum

The 100% Renewables Roadshow is coming to the Northern Rivers and we want you there!

An orderly transition to 100% renewable electricity is not only 100% doable, it will mean a better, fairer and cheaper energy system for all Australians. The Homegrown Power Plan is a policy roadmap, designed by some of the brightest minds in the business, which shows how we can repower the country with 100% renewable power by 2030. From October 2016, Solar Citizens is taking the Homegrown Power Plan on the road with forums in key towns and cities across the country.

Join us as we dive into the plan to transition Australia to 100% renewable power by 2030. You'll hear from incredible speakers and get the chance to hear where local politicians stand - and hold them to account!


We'll have a stellar lineup of great speakers, including:

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A journalist of 30 years experience and founding editor of RenewEconomy, an Australian-based website that provides news and analysis on renewable energy and cleantech developments.

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Founding Director of the Community Power Agency and Senior Research Consultant at the Institute for Sustainable Futures. Nicky will be presenting the Homegrown Power Plan, which shows how we can upgrade Australia to 100% renewable power by 2030.

Chris_Gulaptis_thumbnail.jpgChris Gulaptis MP (NAT)
State Member for Clarence in the NSW Legislative Assembly, and member of The Nationals.

Tamara-Smith_thumbnail.jpgTamara Smith MP (GRN)
State Member for Ballina in the NSW Legislative Assembly, and member of The Greens.

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Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy in the NSW Legislative Assembly. Member of the Australian Labor Party.

We've asked these politicians to come along and share their views on transitioning Australia and the local region to renewable electricity.

Doors open at 6pm for a 6:30 start.


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November 29, 2016 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Lismore City Hall
1 Bounty St
Lismore, NSW 2480
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Sue Stock trevor calder Geoff Reid Gail Mensinga Sam Thoms Jarad Antonovich Adriana Perrin Debbie Firestone Declan Wilkinson Clare Twomey Judi Summers Charles Wilkinson Marion Riordan Jenny Grinlington David Lamb Kim Curtis Matthew Baxter Gail Loader Elly Bird Ned Stojadinovic Daniel Peterson Meg Nielsen carolyn russell Daniel Berg Beth Shelley Karen Brettner Jeanette Krohn Jan Brennan Simon Clark Kirsty Robertson William Mostyn Solomon Euan Sutherland Ross Honniball Wendy Coates Jason Lasky Joe Harvey-Jones Ella Goninan Dave Rawlins Tiffany Harrison Vicki Peterson Peter Gould Greg Reid Les June Suzie Coulston Julie Lohrisch Sally McAdam Paul McLisky chris rake

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