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Future possibilities for community energy schemes - an (un)conference for practitioners

A small working (un)conference for practitioners to discuss future community energy possibilities


developing future energy resilience 

expanding the options open to renewable energy installations
owned and controlled co-operatively by their user communities


A small working (un)conference for practitioners
to discuss future community energy possibilities

Wednesday 1st October 2014 // 11.00 - 18.30 // Ludlow

Part 1 (morning): Future thinking - a systems approach

What does it mean to take responsibility for supplying the energy needs of a consumer?

An outline of some possibilities followed by a facilitated workshop for participants to pool their experience to develop a shared understanding of what it is like to be a primary energy supplier organized as a co-operative or as a small scale commercial company.

Part 2 (afternoon): Taking it further ...

Following from the morning sessions, more specialized round table discussions.

Part 3: An "un-conference" session

Group discussions around topics proposed and chosen by the participants following from the earlier sessions.

Part 4: Summary and further actions: where do we go next?


See outline page for details

If you have any additional questions, please email or phone John Waters on 08454 580626 or 07848 008039.

(A small registration fee (£10) is required to cover the costs of the room hire, equipment, refreshments, etc. Capacity is limited to 60+ delegates but there is still time to register early for a 20% discount.)

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