As the sun sets on the fossil fuel era, a new renewable energy future is dawning.
To celebrate, we’re throwing a party!
Join Future Super and their clean energy entourage from 6.30pm on Monday 27 February at Melbourne Town Hall for an evening of music, refreshments and fine conversation. ReInvest is free, open to the public and Congress attendees alike.
As well as food, drinks and DJs, you’ll have a unique opportunity to hear lighting presentations from leaders championing renewable energy and fossil fuel free investment. All while hanging out with hundreds of like-minded people involved in the greatest energy transition the world has every seen!
Still need to purchase your Congress 2017 ticket? Future Super can help with a $100 discount. Find out more today.
Here’s just a few of the fantastic speakers you’ll hear from at ReInvest:
- Jeremy Leggart is a former oil executive turned social entrepreneur. After becoming concerned about climate change in the late 80s, Jeremy’s career took a U turn. He became a campaigner with Greenpeace before founding SolarCentury, the UK’s biggest solar company, and SolarAid, an international charity that combats poverty and climate change.
- Simon Corbell has spent more than 18 years as an MLA in the ACT. He has been instrumental in setting the policies that will see the ACT powered by 100% renewable energy by 2018, and is now advising the Victorian government on their renewable energy strategy.
- Greg Barber entered public life in 2002 as the first Green Mayor and has been the Victorian Greens Leader since 2010. A long-time champion of renewable energy, Greg’s insights will let you know what’s next for renewables.
- Alison Crook AO – Alison has a wealth of experience in the public, private, academic and not-for-profit sectors. After attending the inaugural Community Energy Congress, Alison was inspired to take action in her community. Today, Alison is the Chair of Enova Community Energy, a Northern Rivers community owned renewable energy company and social enterprise committed to local job creation and regional economic benefits.