AMRCCE EMMA Press Release with Clear Energy

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    PRESS RELEASE Augusta Margaret River Clean Community Energy (AMRCCE) is delighted to announce that it has entered into an Energy Marketing and Management Agreement (EMMA) with Clear Energy Pty Ltd a subsidiary of Tersum Energy Pty Ltd to deliver affordable and clean energy to the community of Augusta Margaret River. The agreement, signed on Friday 19 March, by Professor David Wood, chair of AMRCCE and Rod Littlejohn CEO of Tersum and Clear Energy, aims to deliver more than 20MW of renewable generation capacity and in doing so will reduce emissions by in excess of 12,500 tonnes Co2/year. Besides cleaner and more affordable energy, the agreement will also result in local employment and revenue retention for investment within the local community. AMRCCE had intended to delay work on community…
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Open Garden Fundraiser Thank you

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AMRCCE's Open Garden Fundraiser on Nov 14 was a great success, raising over $5500 towards the good work of the AMRCCE. A big thank you to all of the people who volunteered and those who attended on the day to make the event such a success, plus those that donated to our raffles and ran stalls, including....Jenny from Jenny’s Garden who sold lovely plants; Precious Plastics who sold their gorgeous recycled plastic pots; Ian Dowling with his Vases; Jonathon Thwaites and Nigel Lullfitz who had their sculptures. We appreciate your support. Thank you!
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AMRCCE AGM

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The 2020 AGM will be held on Thursday 5 November 2020 at 7pm at the Shire Council Chambers, Margaret River Civic Administration Centre, 41 Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River.   Nominations are now called for: Chairperson Deputy Chair Secretary Treasurer Committee Members (5) Please complete the Nomination Form or you may email the Secretary at info@amrcce.com.au by cob on 7 October 2020, sending written notice of your nomination and a statement of a member who supports it.  
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Free Membership for 2020/21

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We, at AMRCCE, are very aware of the current economic uncertainty resulting from Covid 19 which is affecting our community particularly harshly.In view of this, the Management Committee has decided to suspend the membership fees for the year 2020/21.The decision will be reviewed in the coming year when we hope that the situation would have improved.Keep well & look after yourself
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Committee Member Nominations

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Our AGM will be held on Thursday 21 November 2019 at 7pm at a venue to be advised. Nominations are now called for: Chairperson Deputy Chair Secretary Treasurer Committee Members (5) Below is a link to the Nomination Form or you may email the Secretary at info@amrcce.com.au by cob on 24 October 2019, sending written notice of your nomination and a statement of a member who supports it. Committee Member Nomination Form As you would be aware from our recent updates much has been achieved so far but we anticipate a very busy year ahead. Should you wish to discuss your potential involvement at committee level you can contact Chair Lyn Serventy on lyn@amrcce.com.au or Deputy Chair Ian Williams on ian@amrcce.com.au. More information on the AGM will be announced shortly.
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Our efforts are bearing fruit…

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I am delighted to announce the commencement of our dairy effluent separation trial in the Scott River area to determine whether it is possible to separate effluent efficiently and economically into reusable liquid filtrate and stackable manure solids to prevent nutrients and organic materials from going into the waterways. You can hear our Deputy Chair Ian Williams explain what is happening by clicking on ABC report on the link below: https://www.abc.net.au/radio/southwestwa/programs/rural-report/great-southern-and-south-west-rural-report/11553042 The trial is funded by the State Government’s Regional Estuaries Initiative through the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER). The Initiative is a $20 million State Government program to improve the health of six estuaries in the South West including the Hardy Inlet which receives water flows from the Scott and Blackwood Rivers. They also funded the Dairy…
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