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VISIT INFORSE.ORG
ENERGY 21 Again at CAT in Wales, UK
August 16-18, 2008


UK Energy 21 - CATINFORSE-Europe


Organised by INFORSE-Europe and the UK Energy21 network
, The Community Energy Transition

More than 40 people participated at CAT to explore how communities are making the transition to sustainable energy. The two-day seminar offered information and inspiration to anyone considering community energy projects.
Topics: funding, advice, support, networking, visits to real-life projects, case studies and best practice from across the EU.
Technologies: wood-fuel, combined heat and power, hydro, wind and solar power, community transport and reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Strategies: ZeroCarbonBritain, INFORSE vision 2050 with 100 % renewables in the EU, 100 % Renewable Energy Island.

Proceedings at the Energy 21 website:
www.energy21.org.uk, or CAT Energy 21 Seminar.
Pictures from seminar, tour and lecturers as well as handouts as pdf files of most presentations:

Group photo of the Energy 21 Seminar 2008 at CAT
Group work:  
Tour at CAT: wind mills, 200kW CHP station, PV roof, children demo sites, new conference room under construction:
Tour at CAT - view
Tour CAT view to the new conference building
Tour at CAT
CHP CAT
Lecturers:
Paul Allen CAT Zero carbon Britain
Gunnar Boye Olsen INFORSE Vision 2050
Marc Jedliczka Hespul, CLER France
Peter Harper CAT

Paul Allen, CAT (Handouts 478 kB ) and (Handouts 423 kB )
- Why communities should develop their own energy projects?
- Zero Carbon Britain
- Climate & Energy Security

Gunnar Boye Olesen, INFORSE-Europe, Denmark
- Best local practices from around Europe (Handouts 365 kB )
- EU policies: How can we use it and make it better? (Handouts179 kB )
- Vision 2050 - 100 % Renewables by 2050

Marc Jedliczka, Hespul & CLER, France
- Successes in a difficult environment: French renewable energy is coming, how and why?
(Handouts )

Peter Harper CAT
- The Road to 2012: What we need to do next, and at what scale?
- CAT & Eco-dyfi (Handouts 635 kB )

Dave Elliot Open University UK Pete West SWEA
Andy Bull SWEA
Duncan Kerridge EcoDyfi
Prof. Dave Elliot, Open University
- The role of community-scale technology projects. (Handouts 827 kB )

Pete West, SWEA
- Community Ownership and Community Interest Companies - biomass and district heating in new build housing. (Handouts 1.3 MB )

Andy Bull; SWEA
- Community scale biogas. (Handouts 232 kB )

Duncan Kerridge, Bro Ddyfi
- The Story of the Bro Ddyfi Community Wind Energy
(Handouts 205 kB )

Louise Rutterford Louise Rutterford, CSE (Handouts )
Help and advice for community renewable projects: Community Action for Energy:
CAfE !

energy 21 history
History of Energy 21 -
- Where Next?
Cooperation possibilities among Energy 21, Transition Towns, CAT and INFORSE.
Tanya Hawkes, CATChris Whitehouse, CAT Tanya Hawkes and Chris Whitehouse, CAT (Handouts153 kB )
Finding the Support for Community renewables
Make it happen !
Group work introduction
Transition Energy Planning in Penwith,
by Charmian Larke, TP, UK
(Handouts 118 kB )
Island Electricity Generation:
by Isle of Eigg, Jaise Kuriakose, CAT, UK

(Handouts 373 kB )
Films:
- Samsø Renewable Energy Island,
Film made by Open University, UK
- AIH Ecovillage in Denmark
Film made by Slovak journalist students, Aarhus, Denmark

More on Eergy 21 network: www.energy21.org.uk, and CAT as a visitor demonstration center here.

Sustainable Energy Europe CampaignThe event is registered as part of the EU Sustainable Energy Campaign.
INFORSE-Europe is Associate member of the Campaign.
See more at the
Campaign's web site.