Sustainable Homes Course

Sustainable Homes Course

Sat 17 & Sun 18 Oct 09

Solaris Sustainable Home
Solaris Sustainable Home

Presenter: Trevor Berrill (M. Env.Ed., Dip. Mech. Eng., Cert. Energy Manmgt.) – an award winning educator and systems consultant with over 30 years experience in renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Course Content:

  • Energy efficient internal fittings/appliances & energy auditing,
  • Energy efficient building design,
  • Solar electricity and solar water heating,

  • Rain water harvesting and grey water reuse.

Feedback from previous course attendees

“Brilliant! Very practical.”

Time: Sat. 9am to 3:30pm, Sun. 9am to 1pm

Cost: $120 per person

Please register at: tberrill@powerup.com.au Ph. 07 3207 5077

Sustainable Energy-Myths and Realities

By Trevor Berrill
What does sustainable energy living really mean? How can we put It into practice In our own community
here on Stradbroke Island?

What are Australia’s options for renewable energy and how
quickly do we need to act?

These are just some of the questions Trevor will answer. Trevor has worked in the sustainable energy field for 30 years a an educator~ consultant, government advisor and aca emlc. He will guide us through the basics with a big picture view of the state of the planet’s energy situation.Trevor Berrill at Moreton Bay Research Station

Then he will focus down to the here and now in our own lives; what it means for our homes, businesses and community.
Learn how Trevor has put theory into practice at his own home In Wellington Point.

This is an opportunity to gain sound knowledge and be inspired by what we can do in practicalcost effective ways.
Admission is free.
Children are welcome, but must be
accompani ed by an adult.
Date:Thursday, October 8th, 2009
Time:6:00-7:30 pm
Place:Corner of Flinders Ave and Fraser S1,
Dunwich, North Stradbroke Island

3 thoughts on “Sustainable Homes Course

  1. Virgil Kaina says:

    I’m really glad I found this post. I’ve been looking for information on solar energy for awhile.Looking forward to reading through more posts about energy.

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