Lewes 2030 – Powering our Communities
Community Energy South is delighted to invite you to its third annual conference on 25th September in Lewes, which will explore the future of community-owned renewable energy in the south east.
Whether you are part of an established project generating clean energy for your local area, you are just starting out in the world of community energy, or you just want to find out what it’s all about, this event is for you.
Featuring a programme of some of the country’s leading community energy experts and policy makers, the conference will examine the challenges that lie ahead for community energy in the south east.
The government is expected to publish its review of the Feed-in Tariff a few weeks before the conference, so the timing makes this a perfect opportunity to hear about the latest developments in the rapid changing policy landscape for renewable energy and, importantly, how it will impact on community energy.
Venue: Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane, Lewes
Time: 10am – 5pm
Entry: Free (lunch included) To reserve your space visit http://lewes2030conference.eventbrite.co.uk
Evening Reception at Pelham House
From 7pm – 9pm on the evening of Friday 25th September, Community Energy South will host an evening reception at Pelham House featuring Jonathon Porritt, the world-renowned environmentalist, in conversation with Howard Johns, Chair of Ovesco, and Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive of the Energy Saving Trust Group.
The reception is a paid for event and will cost £8 in advance, or £10 on the door, and will include a free drink.
Entry to evening reception: To book your tickets for this evening event, visit http://lewes2030reception.eventbrite.co.uk/