What next for Power Up North London?

Now that our first solar project is complete, Power Up North London would like to invite everyone to a public meeting to discuss: what next?

We’ll be meeting on Saturday 29th October from 2-4pm at Ackland Burghley School to hear from Power Up North London and other community energy projects, followed by breakout discussions where we will be asking everyone to share their ideas for what PUNL should be working on over the next year.

From solar to energy efficiency and LED lighting, there are still a lot of options for community energy despite the changes to Government policy, and we know with the enthusiasm of everyone involved, we can move on with new projects.

Whether you are currently involved with PUNL or are brand new to us, we invite you to join us to share your ideas and help us to move on to the next step of our journey

Agenda:

2pm Arrival

2.10pm Introduction from Meric Apac, Cabinet Members for Sustainability, Camden Council

2.15pm Introductory session: The future of community energy

Speakers:

Power Up North London

Alex Hartley, SELCE

Jesse Scharf, 10:10

Aoife O’ Leary, Pure Leapfrog

3pm Workshop session

This will be a participatory session where groups will choose an area to focus on and discuss in more depth some areas PUNL could focus on over the next year. Speakers and members of the PUNL team will be on hand to facilitate but really this is about everyone bringing new ideas forward.

3.45pm Workshop feedback and closing comments

4.00pm We will be going for a drink to continue the conversation at the Lord Palmerston pub and hope you can join us!

To register for the event please book your free ticket here

All the best,

The PUNL Team

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