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Get Involved

Get Involved

There is a real opportunity for Gippslanders to help to shape the development of new energy in our region. Knowledge about what these developments mean and being clear about our priorities, sensitivities and aspirations as a region will help our response.

There are many ways in which individuals, communities and organisations can get involved in shaping Gippsland’s New Energy future. Learn, have your say, attend an event, join a community energy group and more. Check below for current engagement opportunities.

Roundtable: Transmission Lines – 9 November, Flynn Community Hall

VicGrid is coordinating transmission for offshore wind in Gippsland. Learn more at a roundtable discussion at the Flynn Community Hall 4:30pm – 6:30pm 9 November 2023.

Numbers are limited, so please book your spot now: https://flynn-community-roundtable-NOV233.eventbrite.com.au or phone VicGrid on 1800 418 341 to register.
A map of Gippsland showing renewable energy projects that community groups are activating and celebrating.

Join a community energy group

Across Gippsland, individuals and community groups are actively exploring, building and using renewable energy in their towns and homes.

Check out the below groups to find out how you can get involved in your local area:

Baw Baw Sustainability Network

Community Power Agency

Energy Innovation Co-operative

Environment Victoria

Gippsland Alliance for Climate Action

Gippsland Climate Change Network

Heyfield MyTown Microgrid

Just Transition South Gippsland

Sandy Point Community Power

Totally Renewable Phillip Island

Venus Bay Community Energy

Voices of the Valley

Image credit: Angharad Neal Williams and Gippsland Social Enterprise Collective.

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