Staff

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Tony Goodfellow - Victorian Community Organiser

Tony comes from Ballarat, Victoria where he lives with his young family. Tony has extensive experience in advocacy, community education and engagement experience throughout Australia and is passionate about action on climate change and championing wind energy. He is currently conducting research at University of Melbourne and has previously obtained a Bachelor of Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies with Honours in Sociology from University of Tasmania. His side passion is beekeeping which saw him spend time in the Northern Territory, assisting the Thamarrurr Rangers experiment with Australian stingless beekeeping.


Charlie Prell - NSW Community Organiser

Charlie Prell is a fourth-generation family farmer from Crookwell in NSW and is a committed member of his local community. He is passionate about farming, including wind farms. Charlie is now a wind farm host, since construction of Crookwell II began in 2017. He has been championing wind farms and the potential benefits they can bring to regional communities for many years and is a strong advocate of benefit sharing.


Andrew Bray - National Coordinator

Andrew came on board in 2013 after working on the 100% Renewable Campaign, building skills and leadership in local communities supporting renewable energy. Based in one of New South Wales' prime wind districts, the Southern Tablelands, Andrew is passionate about the contribution wind power can make to the local economy while helping Australia transition to cleaner energy.