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Cornwall’s first free energyfunder workshop
5 Sep 13
energyshare offices, Cliff Road, Newquay
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
At this free workshop, community groups can learn more about crowdfunding and how this could help turn their energy ideas into reality.
The energyfunder campaign will focus on helping both community groups and individuals with great low-carbon and energy ideas raise the funds needed for their projects, from the communities around them.
Potential energyfunder projects could range from a new boiler in the local village hall, to insulation for your scout hut or even solar panels on your community toilets, as well as supporting businesses with ideas for new products or services.
The event starts at 6pm at the energyshare office in Cliff Road, Newquay and includes an introduction to energyshare and Crowdfunder, a master class on what makes a good crowdfunding project and the chance for attendees to discuss their own project ideas and gain feedback on how to successfully crowdfund their project.
To book a place, click the button on the right, or email: email@example.com or call: 01637 873506