A thousand flowers blooming? Growing community energy for sustainable, low-carbon futures

A thousand flowers blooming? Growing community energy for sustainable,
low-carbon futures

Thursday 9th December 2010 18:00-20:30

UEA London, 102 Middlesex St, London E1 7EZ

Public discussion organised under the ‘Community Innovation in Sustainable
Energy’ research project by SPRU at the University of Sussex and CSERGE,
UEA.

What are the big challenges and opportunities for community energy?

How can community energy projects make an effective contribution to broader
processes of change in our energy systems?

Join us for a panel discussion with our guest speakers:

Patrick Allcorn (Community Energy Online, Department of Energy and Climate
Change)

Prof Gordon Walker (Expert in community energy research, Lancaster
University)

Chris Church (Chair, Low Carbon Communities Network)

Mark Shearer (Coordinator, Project Dirt, South London)

Simon Roberts (Chief Executive, Centre for Sustainable Energy)

For more information, please download a poster at:

<http://www.grassrootsinnovations.org/Grassroots_Innovations/CISE/News_&_Events_files/CISE%20launch_1.pdf&gt;

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