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Community Meeting: Saturday 30 April

Please join us for the next community consultation meeting for the Renewable Cobargo microgrid project.

This meeting will be in-person at the Cobargo school of arts hall, and also over Zoom for people who are unable to make it in person. We will also be recording the session for later viewing.

Where: Cobargo School of Arts Hall + Zoom

When: Saturday 30th April, 2:30 – 4pm

Zoom registration: Registration link

This meeting will be conducted by ITP – the expert consultants working with us to bring this project to life. Several representatives will be coming along to give a progress update, and more details than the previous introductory meeting. Topics will include:

  • Progress update
  • Site selection – progress and outstanding questions
  • Cost and financing options
  • Load management trial
  • Q&A

We will also have a presentation from one of our load management device providers on how the device works and the benefits it will offer to participants. There will also be some of the devices set up on a table to see and get an idea of how they work.

The ITP representatives will be here in person to answer any questions, so please come along and ask your questions, voice any concerns, make suggestions, etc. We want to hear from you! If you are calling in to the zoom meeting, then you will still be able to participate and ask questions – there will be a projector and speakers so that zoom callers can ask questions live.

Covid precautions

We are aware of the current Covid situation, and since this meeting will be held in-person we are trying to take necessary precautions. If you are feeling unwell, or are uncomfortable about attending an in-person event, please call in to the zoom meeting instead. We would prefer if only fully vaccinated people attended in-person, and we encourage mask wearing. The doors will be open for ventilation and we will be setting up chairs to avoid overcrowding as much as possible.

Hope to see you there!

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