FDI to Host Energy Forum: April 29 2010, PCEC

8 April 2010 FDI Team

Future Directions International is to host a one-day Energy Forum on Thursday, 29 April 2010, at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.  This forum is seen as part of a process that seeks to contribute to the WA Government producing a ten-year energy strategy.  This Strategic Energy Initiative is unique in Australian terms and the forum is expected to contribute directly to this process.
The FDI forum is to consider issues that will allow Western Australia to deal with future energy requirements in an effective and efficient manner, recognising global and national developments.
Major elements for consideration at the Forum are:
1.       What are Western Australia’s energy requirements to 2030, noting changes to the size and location of population, industry and other demands?
2.       What changes in existing, new and emerging energy options might affect the delivery of energy between now and 2030?
3.       How can energy be used more effectively?
4.       What social, community and environmental factors need to be considered?
While the initial focus is on Western Australia, there is considerable interest from the Commonwealth and States as it is expected that others will seek to implement similar policies to those that emerge from the Strategic Energy Initiative.
Presentations and their subsequent discussion will be published in both hard copy and electronically and delivered to FDI Associates.
For more details contact FDI on (08) 9486 1046
The FDI forum is to consider issues that will allow Western Australia to deal with future energy requirements in an effective and efficient manner, recognising global and national developments.

Major elements for consideration at the Forum are:

1. What are Western Australia’s energy requirements to 2030, noting changes to the size and location of population, industry and other demands?

2. What changes in existing, new and emerging energy options might affect the delivery of energy between now and 2030?

3. How can energy be used more effectively?

4. What social, community and environmental factors need to be considered?

While the initial focus is on Western Australia, there is considerable interest from the Commonwealth and States as it is expected that others will seek to implement similar policies to those that emerge from the Strategic Energy Initiative.

Presentations and their subsequent discussion will be published in both hard copy and electronically and delivered to FDI Associates.

For more details contact FDI on (08) 9486 1046

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