Date
13 December, 20172017-12-13T09:00:00
Time
9:00 AM 2017-12-13T09:00:00 - 2:00 PM 2017-12-13T02:00:00
Location
Melbourne Marriott Hotel, Cnr Exhibition & Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

As the large-scale solar industry ramps up in Australia, the Clean Energy Council, supported by ARENA, presents a workshop for professionals in the large-scale solar industry on effective approaches for building sustained community support for large-scale solar developments.

Please note, this workshop is fully booked and registrations have closed.

With expert guidance from social licence consultancy Futureye, participants will:

  • explore why the choice of engagement strategy is central to the success of any major project
  • capture learnings from social licence case studies from a range of industries
  • understand how to manage and reduce the risks of negative community reactions
  • define approaches for building positive and sustainable relationships with communities.

Who should attend? 

Business leaders, senior development managers and stakeholder engagement specialists in the large-scale solar and EPC contracting industry.

This is a free event for large-scale solar industry professionals, but places are limited.
Maximum of four attendees per company.

Please note, this workshop is fully booked and registrations have closed.

About the facilitator

Katherine Teh-White is Managing Director of global management consultancy Futureye. Her Social Licence to Operate methodology and problem-solving approach is aimed at helping organisations to be more successful in an era of fast-changing community expectations. Her approach integrates public policy, public affairs, risk communication, foresight, a strong grounding in change management and an appreciation of science.

Having worked on complex outrage issues from climate change to agriculture and renewable energy, she has developed strategies that enable issues to be resolved with company, government and community support. Katherine has won a number of awards for her work and leadership, and in 2015 she was appointed as a Global Advisor for the United Nations Global Compact Cities Programme.

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