When: Thursday 21 February 2019, 7:00 – 9.30pm.
Where: Function Room, Home Base, 55 Salvado Road, Subiaco WA 6008. Click here for a Google map of the venue.
Cost: Renew members $5, General Public $10. Tea, coffee, water and light refreshments will be provided.
RSVP: Book your ticket now as there are limited seats for this event. Click here to book your ticket.
Get a group together and book your tickets now. This event will sell out.
* Renew memberships will be available on the evening and event ticket cost will be refunded for all new members that join up on the night.


Update on Solar PV: There are many changes afoot in the energy industry in Perth. But for early adopters of rooftop solar this also means a nearing end to the favourable feed in tariffs. So where to from here? Craig Donohue from Clean NRG will provide a snapshot of where we are currently placed in the solar industry and some up to date recommendations and options available for solar early adopters and other PV customers. So if you have rooftop solar or are considering options for change, then don’t miss this.

Life Cycle of Australian Buildings: Renew is currently advocating for changes to the National building code to address the need to increase the energy efficiency standard of Australian Dwellings. Fei Ngeow, is going to dig a little deeper with an insight into the full “Life Cycle” of our dwellings and how these tools are being used more commonly to assess new and older houses. E-tool takes a much larger and holistic approach to building assessment and you will find Fei’s presentation both enlightening and inspirational.


Fei Ngeow is a product designer with a passion for sustainable design and has extensive experience in building performance assessment in Australia. After teaching a Product Design course in Shanghai, Fei decided to pursue a Masters in Sustainability Studies at CUSP in Perth. Fei brings her design and assessing expertise to eTool as a Life Cycle Design Engineer. When she’s not reclaiming unwanted food, you can find her cycling around Fremantle or kite-surfing at the beach.

Craig Donohue is the founder of Clean NRG Perth, established in 2010. He has always had a passion for sustainability. From an early age Craig has had a desire to reduce his carbon footprint and his electricity bills. The opportunity came up to start a Solar energy business and Craig has never looked back. With 30+ years experience in retail and B2B, he has an excellent understanding of the importance of superior customer service and has an excellent reputation in the industry. Craig has been employed by some of the world’s largest companies including Sanyo and Toshiba.

Renew Perth Branch committee.

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