Sunset Stories at the Solar Centre

Oct 07, 2019

October Business Month 2019 in pictures

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The DKA Solar Cen­tre teamed up with the Intyal­heme Cen­tre for Future Ener­gy to present Sun­set Sto­ries at the Solar Cen­tre, for Octo­ber Busi­ness Month 2019

Atten­dees heard from Desert Knowl­edge Precinct Elder-in-Res­i­dence Harold Furber, DKA CEO Dr Dan Tyson, Intyal­heme Gen­er­al Man­ag­er Glenn Mar­shall and Intyal­heme Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Offi­cer Andrea John­ston, who spoke about the World Solar Chal­lenge, and inter­viewed Pow­er and Water Cor­po­ra­tion’s Dow Airen, who was at the fore­front of the ARE­NA-fund­ed world first NT Solar Ener­gy Trans­for­ma­tion Pro­gram

After the knowl­edge shar­ing and net­work­ing ele­ment of the event, which was held at the café on the Desert Knowl­edge Precinct, Ekisti­ca engi­neer Ash­leigh Atkins led a tour of the DKA Solar Cen­tre, which was enjoyed by a huge­ly engaged audi­ence who posed many questions. 

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