Ealing Transition’s next event is on Sunday 29 January 2023 at 7.30pm at St Mary’s Church, Ealing. We will be exploring how we as a community can access clean, sustainable and equitable sources of power, while reducing our dependence on expensive and polluting fossil fuels. We will be listening to Community Energy London, Ealing Transition’s (Solar Schools Project) and from Ealing Council discussing community energy projects, and the action needed to make these even more successful, and wide ranging.
Community energy is collective action to reduce, purchase, manage and generate energy. Community energy projects have an emphasis on local engagement, local leadership and control and the local community benefiting collectively from the outcomes. Community energy has the potential to reduce household bills, reduce local carbon emissions and bring people together with a common purpose.
Would you like to learn more about community energy and how it can help you and the planet? Come along to the event on 29th and find out more. There will be opportunities to hear from a variety of engaging speakers, including those who have already successfully set up community energy projects and are benefiting from them, as well as time for discussion on how you may get involved.
More information about the event and Ealing Transition is available here.