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30 Oct2013: Community Energy Workshop

The University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI), along with the University’s Energy Policy Group, Cornwall Council and EnergyShare would like to invite you to an open workshop to discuss and exploring research priorities, challenges and opportunities around the development of community energy, local energy production and energy efficiency in Cornwall and beyond...

The event is a collaborative project between University of Exeter's ESI and Energy Policy Group, based at the University's Penryn Campus.

The symposium aims to bring together community organisations, researchers and policy makers together to explore more about the research priorities, challenges and opportunities facing the development of community energy and energy efficiency projects.

Dr Shane Fudge (Lecturer in Energy Policy) along with researchers from Renewable Energy, the ESI and politics will be leading the day’s events with support and input from Cornwall Council and EnergyShare, WRAP among others.

Small travel grants are available for local community organisations and co-ops etc Please ask for more information. Multiple delegates from the same organisation are allowed, but numbers may have to be restricted depending on popularity. To register please use the following link:

Refreshments/lunch will be provided - along with an optional lunchtime tour of the ESI (a BREEAM Outstanding building!)

The event will be held at the University of Exeter's Environment and Sustainability Institute at its Penryn Campus and is open to all that have an interest in local energy production and increasing energy efficiency. A key outcome will be identifying key research questions and exploring ways in which the University can help support collaborative projects and action along with other partners and organisations.

Where: The University of Exeter Environment and Sustainability Institute (Penryn Campus - see:
When: Wed 30th October, registration from 09.30 am to approx 16.30
Who: Co-ops, community groups, businesses, researchers and practitioners from Cornwall and the wider southwest interested in development of sustainable and resilient energy system

Register: Click on: (or contact me)

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like anymore information. Please do feel free to circulate this opportunity across your networks.

Alex Huke

Research and Knowledge Exchange Manager

Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI)