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Hydro Power 9th March 7:00pm

The speaker will be Lars Boerner, the Managing Director of VerdErg. The company envisions a future where low head hydropower can be as reliable and as cost effective as energy from fossil fuels, but with a considerably lower carbon footprint.

VerdErg technologies could minimise negative impacts to rivers, such as the Thames, while generating clean energy to local households & businesses.

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Hydrogen Cars

February 2021

Learn all about the Riversimple Hydrogen Fuel cell Car. Hugo Spowers of Riversimple explains how the Riversimple business model works, followed by a question and answer session.

Marlow Solar Streets: PV panel opportunity January 2021

Marlow Energy Group, in association with IDDEA, held a ‘Marlow Solar Streets’ Zoom event promoting installation of solar PV in Marlow.

IDDEA have already installed 700 solar projects in the south and south-west. The highly competitive figure of £4000 for 12 panels (4kWp total) is being offered on the basis that IDDEA can make at least 10 installations in and around Marlow. This has not been a problem in other towns such as Henley, Thame, and St Albans.

The Zoom presentation will describe the financial savings, environmental benefits and how to apply for the initial survey.

This exciting venture is supported by Marlow Town Council’s ‘Sustainable Marlow’ campaign and by many local groups.

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Local Electricity Supplies December 2020

David Adkins of the National Grid and Steve Shaw of Power for People talk about Local Electricity Supplies and answer various questions.

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Draftbusting & Insulation November 2020

Explaining both the benefits of good insulation, by Tony Cowling of Draft Busters, but also giving an explanation of the Government's Green Home grants, by Ed Andrews of Instagroup.

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Electric Vehicles Explained

October 2020

Electric Bikes and Cars

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Solar Power Explained July 2020

Andy Tunstall of the Green Group explains about how solar panels work and the role they play in decarbonsiing domestic power use.

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