POWER STRUGGLE: how to cut peak energy demand with your community
Do you want to see the end of coal? You and your community could help.
Coal and gas will continue to remain in the system for a long time to provide ‘peak power’ – unless, that is, we do something about our peak demand (i.e. everyone wanting to use electricity at home on a winter evening at the same time).
This could be easier than you think and may even be fun.
Come and find out how at this FREE event at the Turl Street Kitchen on Thursday 16 June, as part of this year’s Low Carbon Oxford Week.
Hosted by the Deputy Director of Energy Research at the University of Oxford, Dr Phil Grunewald and in partnership with Oxford Energy Network, agile-ox brings you a thought-provoking evening of neighbourhood dynamics, blackouts and problem solving.
TICKETS VERY LIMITED book now: http://power-struggle-neighbours.eventbrite.co.uk/
More info about this and other funky agile-ox Low Carbon Oxford Week events: http://www.agileox.org/low-carbon-oxford-week/
Date/Time: Thu 16th June - 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Add to Calendar
How to Book: http://power-struggle-neighbours.eventbrite.co.uk/
Turl Street Kitchen