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Community groups attend energy efficiency workshop.

ENERGY: Several local community organisations were represented at an energy efficiency workshop put on by the National Energy Efficiency Network last Thursday. Not-for-profit community organisations have had the chance to learn more about energy efficiency and sustainability after a workshop was held in Port Augusta last Thursday.
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The workshop was put on by the National Energy Efficiency Network (NEEN).

NEEN supports faith-based and not-for-profit organisations in meeting the challenge of a low carbon future by providing free access to energy efficiency information.

NEEN regional leader SA/NT Philippa Rowland said the local workshop was a success with a diverse group of people attending.

“Yes [it was a success], a great start to establishing NEEN in the region,” she said.

“10 [people turned up]; an excellent diverse group of people.”

Local community groups that were represented at the workshop included: Wami Kata Aboriginal Aged Care, Sisters of Mercy, Centacare, St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Port Augusta Golf Club, Port Augusta Bowling Club and Repower Port Augusta.

Ms Rowland said all the organisations found the workshop useful.

“All are keen to take it further within their own organisations and homes, which will lead to some practical projects on the ground in Port Augusta,” she said.

Ms Rowland said NEEN was keen to run another workshop in Port Augusta and pointed to a possible return early next year.

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