Robert Creed takes on the role of Bateman’s Bay Community Coordinator
Building on the success of the Batemans Bay Region Coordinators roles in assisting the community, the Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance’s (SHASA) President Kathryn Maxwell, has announced the appointment of Robert Creed to the team, to assist in the planning of Electric Vehicle Expo event, as part of the SHASA’s Electrify Everythingcampaign, along with other community support activities.
This initiative has been made possible by Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) Investing in Rural Communities Future funding to employ a Batemans Bay Community Region Coordinator, with the task of growing a more resilient Batemans Bay Region community sector.
“SHASA’s role in the community is expanding and we are supporting the Eurobodalla Shire Council’s Climate Action Plan, with our Electrify Everything Campaign, as part of the Community’s Roadmap to zero emissions as well as helping community groups to save on running costs. Robert Creed brings to the team, a wealth of experience in Environmentally sustainable design, business and event management,” Kathryn said.
The Electric Vehicle Expo will be held at Corrigans Beach Batehaven, on the 1 October, 2022, between 10.00am and 2.00pm.
“I am delighted to able to work with the SHASA team on this event, as it’s genesis grew out of the Communities thrust for information in relation to electric cars. It is not just electric cars however, we will be showcasing electric bikes, scooters and boats, with the Electrify Everything Campaign running over the entire weekend,” said Robert.
SHASA has taken the lead by engaging with community service providers to develop project plans, with costings for future grant applications to upgrade community-building facilities to keep operating during heatwaves and bushfires, while educating the community in relation to electric transport and electric vehicles destination chargers throughout the Shire. This is the next step in our road to zero emissions.