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How to Save on Your Power Bills
September 25, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Bright ideas to save on household energy bills – An Adaptation to Climate Change Community Workshop
Climate risk expert Winton Evers from the Sunshine Project has conducted more than 300 audits to reduce household energy costs. Join him to learn simple, easy ways to keep your electricity and gas bills down.
- Learn how to understand your energy bills and the simple steps you can take to stop them going up, and/or even reduce their cost.
- Learn to calculate the costs per hour of heating and other appliances.
- Learn whether a solar system is a good option for you.
Thanks to Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre who originally commissioned this workshop.
This FREE event is part of ReIMAGINE – a headline Festival of Resilience event. For more information or to RSVP click here.
About Winton Evers
Winton has been involved in carbon and energy management for 14 years. He is a Master of Science major in Climate Change & Sustainable Resource Management and holds a Bachelor of Commerce major in Accounting, Finance & Systems.
Winton is managing Director of Ecoprofit which is a General Account Holder for trading in carbon offsets, registered with the Clean Energy Regulator under the Emissions Reduction Fund and is a certified consultant under the Climate Active Carbon Neutral program.
He is also President of Sunshine Project for Community Inc, a registered charity with ACNC that operates to fund renewable energy systems for local not-for-profits that cater for people in need. Sunshine Project also runs community energy workshops to show people how to reduce their energy bills.
Ecoprofit conducts educational courses on carbon accounting, carbon offsetting and carbon management systems for corporates, with participants enrolling from all parts of the globe.
Winton is currently involved in the development of hemp hubs to foster the cultivation of industrial hemp for incorporation into buildings and other products.
He also wishes to further food production on a localized basis using greenhouses as a controlled environment. The program is called “Groovy Greenhouses” and its purpose is to improve local food production resilience, whist reducing food transport emissions.