Renewable Energy and Fuel Poverty - Debate

Renewable Energy and Fuel PovertyPoster

Are you concerned about fuel poverty? Renewable energy? Are they mutually exclusive? Would you like to hear more?

On Friday 9th March from 7-9pm, St John’s Parish Church, Burley Lane, Menston, Ilkley LS29 6EU will be hosting the following panel debate in partnership with  “Hope for the Future” :

Can renewable energy...

- reduce poverty?

- provide benefits to the local community?

- be affordable?

- protect our environment?

We will be hearing from

Philip Davies MP for Shipley;

Emma Bridge from Community Energy England which was established in 2014 as a not for profit organisation, set up to provide a voice for the community energy sector and help create the conditions within which community energy can flourish.

Sam Hall from Bright Blue, which is, from wikipedia, an  “independent liberal conservative think tank and pressure group”.

Andy Stephenson from Narec Distributed Energy, an organisation which carries out a wide range of work within the renewable and low carbon sector, particularly within the built environment. "

There will be presentations from the above speakers and opportunities for questions.  The event is free but donations towards expenses would be appreciated.

To register your interest and /or submit a question please go to:

or ring:01943 874220 and leave a message.

Please spread the word – see poster attached.

Date and Time: 
Friday, March 9, 2018 - 19:00
St John’s Parish Church, Burley Lane, Menston, Ilkley LS29 6EU
Episcopal Area: 
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