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Free solar panel, SMART meter and energy workshop

Energise Sussex Coast, the local, not for profit, independent, impartial, energy organisation are hosting some free workshops on solar panels, SMART meters and energy training.

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Energy Awareness Week 2018

Big Energy Saving Week, this year running from 22 to 28 January is a national campaign to help people to cut their fuel bills and get all the financial support they are entitled to. Locally, take advantage of the FREE help, support and information offered by Energise Sussex Coast and Citizens Advice 1066: reduce your energy bills, get energy advice, learn about energy saving and efficiency, switch suppliers, see if there are any grants or schemes on offer, ask them questions and let them know about your energy issues.

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Electric train plans thwarted

Dear Energy-wise readers. For those of us who believe that at this time in humanity’s history, energy wise transportation would make good common sense, maybe we can still make a difference to the latest decision by the government to remain with diesel trains, as opposed to transitioning to electric. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

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Transition Town Hastings offers full slate of meetings and projects

Here’s what the Transition Town folk have organised or are promoting in the coming week or so – and some news about money raised for Solar Aid. 

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Jeremy Leggett’s book free to download

Local man turned environmentalist, Jeremy Leggett, has updated his book: The Winning of the Carbon War: Power and politics on the front lines of climate and clean energy – and its free to download. Here’s his latest message to those interested in his insights and analyses, post-Paris climate change talks.

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Environment, energy and economy

A series of questions to ponder. Is there a positive connection between environmental, economic and energy issues? Is it possible for all them to be equally prioritised? HOT’s Zelly Restorick explores and envisions a future where energy production supports the financial position of Hastings and St Leonards.

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