INVITATION: How to save on business energy costs – Tuesday 7 August 2018

Published: NORTH Link


Concerned about rising energy costs for your business? Interested in solar, demand response, and the latest energy technology to help you save on your energy bills?

As a member of the NORTH Link community we would like to invite you to our upcoming energy showcase breakfast.

When: Tuesday, 7 August 2018
Time: 7.30am – 9.30am
Where: Technology Enterprise Centre
Conference Centre (downstairs)
La Trobe University
Building 1, 2 Research Avenue

Cost: Complimentary (Limited to two registrations per organisation)

Click here to register

The morning will feature three speakers from EnergyAustralia focusing on different areas of energy technology and how they can help your business save on energy costs. Each speaker has experience in developing solutions for a range of customers, including small businesses through to large scale organisations such as manufacturing. The morning will include a light breakfast.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Speaker biographies
Clare Meeker is a Partnership Development Lead in the NextGen business unit of EnergyAustralia where she develops partnerships with a range of organisations for clean energy solutions and emerging energy management models. Clare has over 10 years of experience working in innovation and partnerships in a wide range of areas, including engineering, infrastructure and medtech and has a keen interest in developing integrated energy solutions for businesses and her own home. 
Danny Harris is an experienced renewable energy specialist at EnergyAustralia, with over 10 years’ commercial solar project development experience. Danny has expertise in solar power, energy storage, demand management and power factor correction. He’s also been involved in the design and maintenance of remote, diesel-replacement solar power stations and many large commercial solar installations in the commercial and industrial sector.
Kedem Levy is leading the demand response program for commercial and industrial customers within NextGen business unit of EnergyAustralia. Within this capacity he has led the build-up of demand response capabilities across a wide range of customers. He has built a win-win proposition for customers through his extensive experience in energy management.  

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