Narooma Rotary’s Renewable Energy Expo on Saturday was a great success attracting about 380 people.
“All our exhibitors were delighted with the inquiries they received while the feedback from their potential customers was also positive saying they appreciated having such direct access to so many of our local experts and installers all in the one place,” said Expo spokesperson Bob Aston.
In opening the Expo, Eurobodalla Mayor Cr Liz Innes praised the Expo saying it was so important to bring people together in such a way.
“It’s really important that that we shift our thinking and it’s amazing what can come out it,” she said.
Cr Innes made special mention of Narooma High School’s Robotics teams and what these students are achieving.
The Expo, a Narooma Rotary Community Project, attracted visitors mainly from along the coast.
“Our survey showed about 55% of people to the Expo were Narooma-Tilba locals, while three-quarters of the rest came from Ulladulla to Bega,” Mr Aston said
“Exhibitors were kept busy with genuine inquiries. Most people attending were there with a purpose and their feedback generally was it was great to get such valuable information and they appreciated Rotary’s initiative.”
Above: At Narooma Rotary’s Renewable Energy Expo on Saturday were Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes, Expo committee members Bob Aston, President Ange Ulrichsen, and coordinator Frank Eden.