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May 23 – 24 – Adelaide Australian Energy Storage Conference & Exhibition

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Australian Energy Storage Conference & Exhibition

Between 23 – 24 May, the world’s leading energy storage speakers and suppliers will share their expertise in Adelaide.

You’ll hear from over 60 speakers including Tesla, GFG Alliance, Redflow, General Electric, Lockheed Martin and more and get a first-hand look at how energy storage can help achieve environmental and business sustainability.

You’ll also hear why South Australia is making global headlines and cementing itself as a world leader in clean energy.

This year’s event includes a free exhibition, featuring over 60 exhibitions presenting state-of the art energy storage technology; a free workshop program (earn 90 CPD points if you’re an Installer); and Adelaide Site Tours (tour the Hornsdale Power Reserve).

To register, visit: http://bit.ly/Australian-Energy-Conference-2018

 

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PETITION Please sign and share our new petition!  – Conservation Council of South Australia
Minister Canavan recently announced that an AEC vote for Kimba and Flinders Ranges on the waste dump would begin on August 20th.  This announcement came in the midst of a Senate Inquiry into the site selection process and the vote is planned for just after the Senate report is due. There many community voices expressed in the submissions that you can read online here.
Communities in Kimba and Hawker are being asked to go to the vote on whether to advance the process to establish a nuclear waste dump.
As Minister Canavan hears from the communities on this issue, we want him to hear from you too. We have started a postcard petition that we will deliver to him later this year. Please go online to sign the online postcard or pick up a bundle to distribute from The Joinery, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

 

PETITION No Nuclear Waste Dump for South Australia  http://sagreens.markparnell.org.au/no_waste_dump_for_sa

 

PETITION Citizens of Australia demand action to enforce South Australian Nuclear Waste Storage Facility (Prohibition) Act 2000 Online Open letter requesting ACTION. Dear Commissioner of Police, http://petition.dyndns.org/index.php

 

the Federal Govt’s proposed dump at Barndioota is still on the agenda, despite the opposition of the Adnyamathanha people, and other local residents. Although the Federal Govt calls this waste “low and intermediate” level, there is doubt that this is accurate by international standards, and what it means in terms of toxicity.

 

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· Email: antinuclearcoalition@gmail.com

 

 

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  6. […] Let’s begin with good old reliable nuclear stooge Kevin Scarce. For just the measly $67.50 , you can have brekky with him – a sit-down hot breakfast, layered berry yoghurt muesli shot, seasonal fruit, brewed coffee, T Bar teas and fresh juice. Meanwhile, Kev will tell you how you beaut it will be when South Australia goes full steam ahead with importing radioactive trash and expanding the nuclear fuel chain. See more at Action Australia. […]

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