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Zero Carbon Yorkshire Community Renewable Energy Group Meeting
26 Jun 17
11:00am to 1:00pm
North East, Yorkshire and the Humber
Zero Carbon Yorkshire
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
The Community Renewable Energy sector of Zero Carbon Yorkshire is coming together for its next meeting as part of Community Energy Fortnight.
The meeting is to be held in Hull, a leader in UK renewable energy, at Hull University who proudly sport a 214kW solar PV system and are working on groundbreaking renewables technology.
Working with Community Energy England and Northern Powergrid - the group hopes to develop a support network and a strong community renewables hub for Yorkshire.
The meeting is open to anyone involved with or seriously interested in working with community renewable projects in the region.
The meeting is to be held in Meeting Room 1 in the Students Union building from 11am til 1pm.
Refreshments / buffet provided. Disabled access to room. Parking is limited. Please contact beforehand to arrange parking if extra requirements needed.
Public transport: from the Interchange, EYMS (red) buses 103 / 105 / 115.
Hull University is on Cottingham Road, HU6 7RX.
For further details please contact Lee-Ann Williams (convener)