Young Energy Professionals - Sydney is a group
from within the Australian Institute of Energy – Sydney Branch
which holds events/workshops aimed at helping Young Energy Professionals
in their careers by:
Encouraging discussion on energy
Providing a network for Young Energy
Creating a platform for continuous
Offering interesting and relevant events for
professional and personal development.
While YEP events are energy industry focussed
we encourage young professionals from all disciplines to attend. Our
membership includes lawyers, accountants, scientists and economists in
addition to engineers and technologists.
YEP membership is automatic for members of the
Australian Institute of Energy – Sydney Branch who are under the
age of 35 years. While we encourage interested parties to become
members of the Institute (YEP events are free to AIE members) our events
are also open to AIE non-members to attend.
YEP is a great opportunity to meet individuals
from a diverse set of backgrounds who also have an interest in energy
and the energy industry.
How do I become involved?
Please come to one of our events!
If you would like to receive e-mail
notification/event updates via our e-mail list, please
contact Claire Hashman at email@example.com and include 'YEP
email list' in the subject line.
If you are interested in being an active
contributor to the work of YEP, or have an idea for an event and would
like to make it happen, the YEP Working Group organises events and is an
important part of the broader AIE's Sydney Branch. For further
information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sydney YEP - 30 May
Networking / Fundraising Event in
Support of Pollinate Energy
Speaker:Monique Alfris, cofounder
of Pollinate Energy
The Australian Institute of Energy, Young Energy Professionals
invites you to a networking and fundraising event to support the work of
Pollinate Energy was founded in 2012 by five young Australians from
the energy sector to provide solar energy to people living in urban
slums in India. The organisation does this by training Indian locals to
become micro-entrepreneurs and providing a fellowship program, which
gives young Australians exposure to the inner workings of a social
At the event, Monique Alfris, co-founder of Pollinate Energy, will
discuss her experiences in starting Pollinate Energy, the work of the
organisation and what life is like for a young energy professional in
the Indian energy business world.
Thursday, 30 May 2013
5.30pm - Registration
6.00pm - Commencement
Crystal Bar, GPO Sydney, No. 1 Martin
$10 cash donation at the door (no need to
register in advance)
Ewijk, General Manager of Environment and Sustainable Aviation
Fuels, Qantas and Dr Susan Pond Adjunct Professor of
the Dow Sustainability Program at the United States Studies Centre. Venue: SMEC, Level 6, 76 Berry Street, North Sydney
Details on the next AIE Sydney branch YEP event will be published