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Local energy for local people

Making local energy to benefit local people. Inspiring speakers event and panel discussion. This event is part of the local 1066 Energy Campaign. Kate Meakin writes.

Hastings is one of the sunniest places in the UK which gives us a real opportunity to create our own energy using solar power. Locally owned renewable energy ensures local choices and local control: we can keep money in our local economy, make bills more affordable and reduce the need for fossil fuels.

Join us for presentations by leading pioneers and practitioners about community owned energy and the great potential we have locally.


Making local energy to benefit local people





More details about the speakers and their organisations:

Richard Watson – Energise Sussex Coast
Kayla Ente – Brighton & Hove Energy Services Co-op (BHESCo)
Ollie Pendered – Community Energy South

Followed by a panel and audience discussion.

Relaunch of Transition Community Energy Group

This will widen out the campaign to the community and make sure that we really are grassroots. The first meeting for this group will be on Wednesday 6 July, 7:30pm at The White Rock Hotel, Hastings.

Ideas and enthusiasm from a 1066 Energy Meeting

Ideas and enthusiasm from a 1066 Energy Meeting

For more information email kate@energisesussexcoast.co.uk

Speakers event for Community Energy Fortnight

28 June 2017, 7– 9:30pm at The Palace, 37 White Rock, Hastings
Free – no need to book. All welcome!


Posted 13:27 Tuesday, Jun 13, 2017 In: Energy Wise

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