Just voted the 5th most desirable location to travel by Lonely Planet 2020, Lord Howe Island is a World Heritage island which advocates a sustainable approach to tourism. As an islanded grid 600 km offshore they have been on a journey to reduce carbon dependency and protect the marine and terrestrial biodiversity of the island. Here they share the journey to constructing the new grid and the technical capability needed.
Moving from diesel dependency to renewable generation
Projections to surpass 67% carbon reduction in diesel usage
Increased capability: Implementing solar technology and battery storage
Funding and stakeholder involvement, education and awareness
This panel will bring together microgrid consumers, external to the energy industry, to share how they are experimenting with the decentralised grid and leveraging DER and microgrids to respond to environmental, financial and customer centred demands.
Renewable targets and changing customer expectations
Financial investment in microgrids and expected gains
The value of reliability and resilience
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Peter.
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