Clean up your energy - CitySwitch event

 

Find out about CitySwitch’s renewable energy resources 

Hosted in WT Partnership’s new sustainable office, this event includes:
  • Pip Harley, CitySwitch, talking through how to identify the best renewable energy solution for your business and then making it happen.
  • Monica Richter, WWF’s Climate Change Business Engagement Manager, will provide an introduction to WWF's Helping Business: Pathways to Purchase Renewable Energy.
  • Steve Hennessy, WT Partnership’s National Manager Sustainability, will give us a brief insight into the sustainability elements they have incorporated into their impressive office.
  • A renewable energy trivia quiz and networking opportunity with CitySwitch signatories.
Light refreshments will be provided. We hope you can join us and please forward to relevant members of your team.

CitySwitch hosts

Pip Harley and Tessa Nelson, CitySwitch Program Managers, City of Sydney 
Cecilia Kemp, CitySwitch Program Manager, North Sydney Council
Peter Lisle, CitySwitch Program Manager, Willoughby

When

5.50pm for 6pm start
7.30pm close
Thursday, 28 July 2016

Where


WT Partnership
Level 26, 45 Clarence St, Sydney
We will have someone in the lobby to let you into the building and up to Level 26

RSVP by Tuesday 26 July - RSVP here 

 

Accessibility


You can request Auslan interpreter services. We would appreciate at least five business days’ notice to arrange this. For these or other access enquiries, please contact us on 02 9265 9333. This venue is wheelchair accessible.


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