Free community worker forum | Wollongong hosted by the Energy & Water Ombudsman NSW

You’re Invited | Monday 27 October 2014

EWON invites you to join our free community worker event at the University of Wollongong.

Learn about rebates, hardship programs and energy saving tips from EWON and see how to stay safe in the home when using your appliances with a presentation from NSW Fire & Rescue. This forum also includes a free tour of the Illawarra flame hous

Time | 9am – 12pm

Venue | Sustainability Buildings Research Centre Building 237, Innovation Campus, Squires Way, Fairy Meadow NSW 2519

Parking | Please see link for P1 parking prices and other transport options

RSVP | Please register by emailing news@ewon.com.au. Registrations for this event are essential as places are limited

Enquiries | Narelle Brown, Community Development Officer, EWON (02) 8218 5241 narelleb@ewon.com.au

The University of Wollongong’s Sustainable Building’s Research Centre will also be holding a free open day on 25 October 2014. For more information please see the flier.

If you’re unable to attend, EWON will also be joining NSW Fair Trading for a community worker forum at the Kiama Leagues Club on 29 October 2014. For more details please contact narelleb@ewon.com.au.

Agenda

9.00am | Registration

9.30am | Energy and water issues Narelle Brown, Community Development Officer, EWON

10.30am | Morning Tea

10.50am | Fire Safety NSW Fire & Rescue

11.30am | Illawarra Flame House Go on a free tour of an old energy-inefficient ‘fibro’ house that has been retrofitted to be an ultra-sustainable home for the future

The Illawarra Flame House won the Energy Olympics in 2013.

12.00pm | Finish

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