We hope you can make it for this years AGM where you can catch up with the BEAM members, our committee and share a delicious locally sourced meal. Renewable energy expert Gavin Ashley will be speaking about the exciting opportunities for community owned renewable project in our region.
Gavin has a lead role at the Moreland Energy Foundation in community energy reduction and renewables strategic work. He is currently working on the feasibility of a 99kW solar system on the Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre with the Mitchell Shire and local representatives.
Local chef Jonathan Murphy will be preparing two delicious soups and a vegetarian main using predominantly regional seasonal produce. BYO drinks along with nibbles, side-dish or dessert to share.
Saturday 16th September 2017 from 6pm till 10pm
Anglican Parish Hall in Anzac Ave Seymour –
(located opposite the big black steam train).
Numbers limited so you MUST book in before 9th of September to avoid disappointment.
For bookings contact Peter on 0468 795 954 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $25 (incl. main meal), children & students $10 – bookings essential. PAYMENT by either: Direct Deposit to BEAM Mitchell Environment Group BSB: 633-000. Account number: 1330-59139 – Include surname and “AGM” in direct deposit payments please!
OR: Cheque made payable to BEAM Mitchell Environment Group. Post to: PO Box 310 Broadford Vic 3658
More about Gavin Ashley
Gavin is an experienced practitioner who has worked in the development and sustainability sectors for well over a decade. A planner by qualification – he holds a post-graduate diploma in Social Science (Planning and Environment). Gavin has a senior role at the non-for-profit Moreland Energy Foundation heading up their consultancy operations and taking a lead role in community energy reduction and renewables strategic work. Gavin project managed the Zero Net Energy Town project, participated in the development and workshop component of the Community Energy Guide for Victorians, is a member of the C4CE Steering Committee and Surf Coast Renewable Energy Taskforce.
Download the BEAM AGM 2017 Invitation