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'Seeing is believing' tour of community energy for impact investors and grant makers
27 Jun 17
11:00am to 3:00pm
Brondesbury Park Overground Station, London
Friends Provident Foundation
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This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
The potential for community energy to contribute to a vast array of environmental, social and economic charitable objectives is huge. Friends Provident Foundation invites you to join us on a tour of community energy projects in north London to see some projects for yourself and hear directly from those benefiting.
Meet at Brondesbury Park overground station 10.45am for 11am
The tour will include: the Energy Garden project, the world’s first citywide combined community energy and gardening project; Banister House Solar, a pioneering community owned solar array on the rooftops of Banister House estate in Hackney; and Eleanor Palmer Primary School in Kentish Town, a ‘solar school’ with 115 solar panels installed.
The tour will finish at 3.00pm – nearest underground Tufnell Park (2 min walk)
At Brondesbury overground you will need to purchase a single ticket to Homerton, all other travel will be provided. Lunch will be provided.
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