Energy Topic Group
The Energy Topic Group
The Energy Topic Group has now held three very interesting meetings.
The notes from the meeting held on 17th November can be seen on this LINK
The notes from the meeting held on 16th December can be seen on the LINK.
The notes from the meeting held on 19th January can be seen on this LINK
The next meeting is due to be held at 7.00pm on 20th April 2021.
The agenda will follow shortly.
At the meeting on 16th March we had the pleasure of receiving a presentation by Bean Beanfield. Here is the link to the slides We recorded the meeting which can be seen on this LINK - You will need
At the meeting on 16th March we had the pleasure of receiving a superb presentation by Bean Beanland a true Heat Source Pump Evangelist! Here is the link to the slides We recorded the meeting which can be seen on this LINK
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Community energy groups across England can benefit from a new peer support programme, launched today (22 February 2021).
Experienced community energy mentors will be matched with existing community energy groups to help them develop their project or business. Up to 4 days of peer mentoring support is available taking place between March and September 2021.
Full details here: www.next-generation.org.uk/peer-mentoring
Now you can subscribe to an electric car - Interesting Article
You’ve already got a monthly Netflix subscription, and maybe a veg box delivery service. So why wouldn’t you start leasing an electric car on the same month-to-month terms?
A number of firms are now offering this fresh take on driving, effectively giving people a chance to try electric vehicles without the commitment of buying or entering a lengthy leasing agreement.
Read the article Here
At the October meeting we were very fortunate to have two excellent talks. The first was by Dr. Nick Murry about Zero Chippenham's Solar PV Preferred supplier scheme. The second was from Pete Capener, CEO of Bath & West Community Energy. The video of Pete's very interesting talk can be seen below.