ACF Prom Area Climate Action
September webinar: Resilient Communities through Creating & Sharing Power - Frank Schrever
Frank Schrever and colleagues have been working for 3 years at Sandy Point to find a way to produce and distribute their own power.
Lots of work later, Frank is going to tell us what they are up to. If you are in a small rural community at the end of a power line, this is the webinar for you. If you want to know what our alternatives to overhead poles and wires and their vulnerability to the changing climate are, join us and hear what Frank has to say.
Frank is a scientist* who loves technology, just the person you want to hear from when thinking about electricity.
What: Webinar with Frank Schrever - Sandy Point - Virtual Power Plant project
When: Tuesday 20th September 7-8pm
*Frank has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Hons) Major Metallurgy from the University of Melbourne, Cert. IV in Training and Assessment and has over 40 years’ experience in the instrumentation and automation markets. He has managed a number of subsidiaries of multinational technology companies over 25 years and been a self-employed machine safety consultant for the last 12 years. Volunteer roles are: Australian standards committee for “Safety of Machinery” since 1999, Vice president of Sandy Point community group since 2012, and committee member Sandy Point Community Power since inception, 3 years ago.
Did you miss Frank Schrever's presentation on how communities become more resilient by creating and sharing power?
Here is the recording. Apologies for our Acknowledgement of Country being cut off.
We acknowledge the Gunaikurnai and Bunurong, boonwurrung peoples and recognise their continuing connection to land, sea, culture and community. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land.