Community Energy Congress Melbourne 2017 Grants closing 5th December 2016 (NSW)

Community Energy Congress Melbourne 2017

Why attend?

The 2017 Community Energy Congress is a national conference bringing together a large number of community energy groups from across Australia. The conference is held over two days and will attract a range of representatives from the community energy sector. OEH wants to support projects in the early stages of development and help the emerging NSW community energy sector. To do this OEH will offer sponsorship for a limited number of eligible NSW groups.

Who should apply?

OEH appreciate the difficulty and time required to get projects off the ground. By providing this grantOEH hope to inspire early stage community energy and community groups to gain knowledge from industry experts, access important information and go on to develop a renewable energy project within their community.

OEH are also calling on community groups, not for profit organisations and social enterprises to apply for the grant with the intention to inspire community organisations to get involved in this exciting space. One of the strengths of community renewable energy is that every project is slightly different, being tailored to each community’s needs and context.


What’s on offer?

  • Full Program Registration at the 2017 C4CE Community Energy Congress valued at $300
  • 2 nights’ accommodation at Ibis Styles The Victoria Hotel, (215 Little Collins Street, Melbourne VIC, 3000)

Get your application in today, applications close Monday 5th December. Successful grantees will be notified by Monday 12th December.

For more information (source): Community Energy Congress Melbourne 2017

Image: Karsten Würth



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