Next Event: Leadership Panel on 3 November
Save the Date! Join us on 3 November to find out what it takes to be a sustainability leader.
We have invited 3 respected leaders in sustainability to share their experiences, insights and knowledge on what it takes to be successful in the sustainability field. This will be followed by our very first Leadership Panel session where you will have a chance to ask your burning questions.
Holiday Event: Pre-holiday drinks on 30 November
Join us on November 30 for some pre holiday drinkies.
We thought it would be a great idea to get together for a casual natter without any guest speakers or formalities. Just bring your drinking arm and wallet.
Recap on Collaboration for Good event on 28 July
EPF’s premier Collaboration for Good event bought together dozens of passionate members and 3 non-profits to try and solve some sticky problems. Using Design Thinking techniques, our participants were challenged to problem solve in new ways, leading to an interactive and dynamic night with a number of great ideas being generated for the non-profits. A report on the findings will follow soon.
Thank you to our sponsors
We'd like to take a moment to thank our gracious sponsors for making our last event happen: University of Sydney, Newgate, Grosvenor's, Fujitsu, Nature Conservation Council, GECA and FNPW.
Seeking sponsors for EPF event catering
Would you like to see more or different food at the EPF Events? Or have it at a different location. Do you know someone who would love to sponsor the food or venue at EPF events? Please email the committee if you have any suggestions or sponsorship connections, we'd love to hear from you!
National Energy Efficiency Conference 2016
The National Energy Efficiency Conference, presented by the Energy Efficiency Council, is Australia’s premier annual event for energy efficiency, demand management and cogeneration.
The conference takes place on 15-16 November 2016 at Australian Technology Park, Sydney.
Over 350 efficiency leaders, innovators, energy users and policy makers will connect in Sydney to hear, debate and analyse the latest Australian and global thinking about maximising productivity by saving energy.
More information here.
Contribute to Word of Mouth
Do you have positions, events or points of interest you’d like to share with the EPF network via Word of Mouth? Please send them to the volunteer EPF Committee. Please note that we require approx 12 days lead time. We welcome your contributions.
For last minute or immediate posting of events/positions please use our LinkedIn group.
Your 2016 EPF Committee
Margaret Harvie, Jonathon Heys, Lisa Tarry, Lee Stewart, Simone Awramenko, Scott Shade and Miranda Siu.