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Simon Holmes à Court

Clean Energy Investor and Senior Advisor to the Climate and Energy College
Independents and Climate - The Hope to End the Lost Decade

Wednesday, 16 February 2022

The National Press Club of Australia

Simon Holmes à Court addresses the National Press Club of Australia on "Independents and Climate - the hope to end the lost decade". 

Simon is the founder of Climate 200, a group of more than 7,300 Australians working to help community-backed independent candidates contest the next federal election.
Simon began his career as a software engineer in Silicon Valley during the first dotcom wave, then spent more than a decade in precision farm water management. Simon was a driving force behind the country’s first community-owned wind farm, Hepburn Wind, near Daylesford in Central Victoria. He is an energy analyst, clean tech investor, climate philanthropist, director of the Smart Energy Council and the Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network, senior advisor to the Climate and Energy College at Melbourne University and writes regularly about the transformation of Australia’s energy sector.

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