Community energy gives local towns and regions power over how they generate and consume electricity. Locally generated renewable energy will create local jobs, cleaner energy and allow the community to control where their energy comes from.

Come find out how community energy can benefit Bright and our region. Three great speakers who are leaders in this field will outline what community energy is and how we can benefit from it.

Bright, August 2.

Renewable energy is changing the way we consume electricity. We are no longer reliant entirely on power from the big energy generators. As renewable energy keep getting cheaper we need to make sure communities benefit from this new form of energy. That includes initiatives that ensure everyone has access to clean energy.

Hosted by Sustainable Upper Ovens and Community Energy Retailer.

Free event.


Professor Kate Auty, ACT Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment

Nicky Ison, Co-founder of the Community Power Agency.

Alison Rowe, Chief Executive Officer of Moreland Energy Foundation.

Date and Time

Thu. 2 August 2018

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm AEST

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Bright Community Centre

1 Ireland Street

Bright, VIC 3741

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