C4CE Votes – Steering Group 2015
Voting for your preferred representatives is a straight-forward two-step process.
- Review the nominations below to familiarise yourself with the candidates
- Place your vote on our voting page, making sure you number each candidate in order of your preference (1 is first preference, 10 is last preference)
n.b. we only have 9 positions for 10 nominees – it’s important you number all the way to your last (10th) preference.
- Voting will be carried out using standard preferential voting as described here
- One vote per member organisation
- Nominees can vote and can vote for themselves
- Only members of C4CE are entitled to vote
The poll is open until Monday 23 February. Make sure you submit your organisation’s vote no later than Monday 23 February.
Remember, it’s only one vote per member organisation; make sure your vote counts.
Or skip to the voting page: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QWHD8LH
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I believe community RE is the route to making fossil fuel free energy a reality – overcoming the logjam created by vested interests and science skeptics. Acting as a link between State Government and the community energy sector is a role I am good at and has resulted in concrete benefits for both C4CE and individual projects
My experience with similar structures in the ‘No Interest Loans’ and ‘Sustainable Region’ sectors has led me to focus on the need for a structured, well funded and tightly directed ‘backbone’ function to support the model. I am prepared to be part of a loose knit ‘CRE virtual meeting place’ but would prefer that the coalition becomes a viable entity able to supply detailed technical and financial support to on ground projects