Tue 06 Jun 2017 @11.45 for 12:00 start
Captivate! Innovate! Celebrate!
The next AIA VICTORIAN DIVISION LUNCHEON MEETING is
on Tuesday, 6th June 2017at The Elgin Inn, 75 Burwood Road, Hawthorn
The event will start at midday sharp.
Get well informed and stimulated by our Guest Speaker:
Dr. Turlough Guerin, MAIA
whose topic is:Should Large-Scale Power Stations Be Built on Agricultural Land?
The renewable energy sector in Australia currently has $5.1 billion worth of
investments, with some 20 projects and 3000 jobs at stake. It is regarded as a unique opportunity for people in regional areas.
To what extent is the concern for energy generation versus food production justified? Should large-scale solar power stations be built on agricultural land?
The speaker will use a case study from the Central West of NSW to explore the issues.
And rest assured that his attentive Luncheon Audience will raise some curly points on how Wind, Wave and the urgent need for Base Load Power can be reconciled with all of this!
Delegates can take Tram No. 75 in Flinders Street, to Stop 26. The Elgin Inn is on the same side, about 80 or so metres uphill on next corner.
Alterantively you can alight at Hawthorn Station by METRO train. Once out of the station, turn right along Burwood Road and you will see The Elgin Inn a short walking distance on the left street corner.
All food and beverage is at your own expense.
If you are planning to attend please notify Jim Hooper so that an appropraite space can be reserved.
For any further detail or questions please contact;
Michael Graefe, FAIA, President Victorian Division, AIA.
5428- 8553, or 0417 54 72 52