City of Cockburn


Wednesday 11th July 2018


6:00pm - 8:00pm


Coogee Beach Surf Life Club, 20 Poore Grove, Munster WA 6166
Sponsored by City of Cockburn

The ATA is happy to present Speed Date a Sustainability Expert in partnership with City of Cockburn. Join us for a fun and informative day where you will receive free personalised advice from leading sustainable architects, designers and sustainability experts.

Bookings are essential for this free event. Please register your interest by emailing If you have any queries about this event or Speed Date a Sustainability Expert please email.

The Sustainability Experts

  • Clean NRG Solar – Craig Donohue

    Proudly WA owned and operated, Clean NRG Solar are experts in Solar PV Systems, Solar Battery Storage and Solar Hot Water. With their show room located in Osborne Park, Clean NRG Solar have helped homes and businesses all over Perth slash their electricity bills while gaining green credentials.  Established in 2010, Craig Donohue is the founder of Clean NRG Solar. He has always had a passion for sustainability. From an early age Craig has had a desire to reduce his carbon footprint and his electricity bills.

    In 2010 the opportunity came up to start a Solar energy business and Craig has never looked back. With 30+ years experience in retail and B2B, he has an excellent understanding of the importance of superior customer service and has an excellent reputation in the industry. Craig has been employed by some of the world’s largest companies including Sanyo and Toshiba. He prides himself on an open door policy and is always available to personally meet with clients.

  • Right Homes – Geoff Britton

    Geoff Britton has recently joined the Right Homes Team after 15 Years of Award Winning sustainable residential construction with his own company. Geoff has a wide knowledge of many construction methods and is passionate about promoting practical sustainable design and building. He is a previous winner of the HIA WA Greensmart Professional of the Year Award (2013)

  • Sid Thoo

    Sid Thoo RAIA is an award-winning architect, consultant and educator with a passion for designing more sustainable eco-effective buildings. He gives regular presentations and workshops on eco-effective building design, and is a NatHERS accredited assessor. Sid was recently a Clinical Professional Fellow in the School of Built Environment at Curtin University.

  • Solar Dwellings

    Solar Dwellings’ Founder and Director, Griff Morris, has been researching and designing passive solar homes since the late 1970s. He is now a leading national authority, teaching sustainable design and home energy efficiency. Our homes are judged amongst Australia’s best because they’re intelligently designed and very well constructed. They’re highly sustainable, universally accessible and incredibly comfortable to live in. They significantly cut energy and water costs – but they don’t cost the earth. Solar Dwellings has won over 50 major housing awards.

  • Sunday Energy

    Sunday Energy’s Travis Hargreaves has 11 years’ experience in designing and installing solar power systems in Western Australia. Receive advice on system designs, energy production, and financial returns specific to your house design and energy use. Learn about residential energy management systems and the latest solar technologies coming to market 2018.

  • WaterCraft

    Use of rainwater tanks is increasing in popularity, and recent research shows an increase in property values for homes with tanks installed. A specialist with many years of experience in collection and re-use of rainwater, whether for a townhouse or a large rural property, WaterCraft has a reputation for well-designed and executed installations of all types of tank with attention to all those little details that make the difference. Gareth also advises on the use of greywater systems for garden irrigation, and as a member of the Greywater and Wastewater Industry Group is well-placed to advise on what can be achieved for a given property size.

    Be prepared to discuss your goals in terms of intended use for the water and space available for storage.