University of Exeter, 30th October 2013
Introduction from Alex Huke, University of Exeter
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Community Energy from Dr Shane Fudge, University of Exeter
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Stephen Gilbert MP (Parliamentary Private Secretary to Ed Davey at DECC)
Pre-recorded video setting the scene from Government
Steve Ford, Cornwall Council – Joined up thinking between Government policy, Cornwall Council and community renewables.
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Matt Hastings, Eden Project – Developing local energy markets: economic, social and political benefits to communities.
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Paul Martin, Kabin – Delivery mechanisms: The Low Carbon Society and investment readiness.
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Abbie Brook, Energyshare (on behalf of WRAP) – Rural Community Energy Fund what it is, what it does, how best to use it in your community.
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Jake Burnyeat, Communities for Renewables – Economics and financing for community-scale energy generation.
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Trans-disciplinary thinking and its relevance to community energy.
Different perspective from different disciplines and partners – snapshots presentations
Dr. Clare Saunders, University of Exeter – Community energy: A social science research perspective.
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Community Energy Plus and Kabin
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David Parish and Philipp Thies, University of Exeter
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Jake Burnyeat, and George Brooke, Communities for Renewables
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Community engagement: engaging with people, places and issues
Dawn Bebe, Energyshare
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A practical discussion with community groups
Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network
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Fal Energy Partnership
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