ZEB presents A Night of Action on Renewables 31 Aug
A NIGHT OF ACTION ON RENEWABLES will focus on how the Byron Shire region can develop large scale renewable energy projects, and how we as a community can help drive the process.
Speakers will discuss how other communities around the world are developing their own large scale renewable projects; what’s happening here in Byron Shire; how can the community benefit; and what are there investment opportunities.
$10 entry, book via zerobyron.eventbrite.com.au
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