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Make Money, Make Energy Event this Saturday

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The energy event is this coming Saturday (16th) at the Worcester Guildhall from 11 am until 3 pm. It will provide advice about the various ways that you can both save and make money by making your home more environmentally friendly.

Talk to the experts about:

  • Energy efficiency grants,
  • Feed in tariffs,
  • Renewable energy,
  • Eco-renovations,
  • How you can reduce your carbon footprint
  • And much more.

The following talks will take place during the event:

  • 11:30 am: Topic: Renewable energy technologies. Speaker: eco2solar.
  • 1:00 pm: Topic: Ground Source heat pumps and what to expect when committing to renewable energy. Speaker: Hearle & Brown.
  • 2:00 pm: Topic: Feed in Tariffs and investing in microgeneration. Speaker: Encraft.

If you want to advertise the event to friends and neighbours, please print off an event poster.

3 Comments »

  • Sarah C-S says:

    Also, you can bring us your used domestic batteries for recycling on the day, as we will have recycling facilities!

    Please no industrial batteries (i.e. car batteries etc…)

  • Jim says:

    Have any of your members come across the website sust-it http://www.sust-it.net/ its a great resource for saving energy, as you can compare the energy efficiency of TVs and Appliances. It shows the running cost of all sorts of appliances and electricals, you can even put in your own electricity tariff too. It goes a lot further than the current energy labeling system.

  • sarah evans says:

    Good luck with the event!! Hope it goes really well – sure it will!

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