Tamar Energy Fest – Please join us

Our 2018 Tamar Energy Fest is on Saturday, 24th November in Tavistock Town HallYou can come and join us between 10:00 and 15:00. We look forward to seeing you there.

This year we’ll be talking about The Power in Your Hands to save energy, reduce bills, generate your own and help the planet.

We’re highlighting changes in the industry towards ‘smart’ … opportunities to improve the energy efficiency of homes, business and travel … as well as local generation and storage.

We’re showcasing our progress with our OpenLV pilot including our work with St. Peter’s School and the Eco Club, our Energy Advice Service, our Bedford Cottages work and our Community Solar installations.

We’re excited to have Precious Plastic Tavistock, our local Community Growers and the Devon Wildlife Trust joining us … as well as the local Eco Church community.

There’s a programme of interesting talks starting from 10:30 … more below … and you can download the programme here.

Our trusted exhibitors on the day include Mike Wye Natural Building Products, New Generation Energy, Utility Warehouse, ZLC Energy, and The Fell Partnership … more below …

Adding to the day’s fun and enjoyment are Red Squirrel Tree Care’s free woodland themed photo booth and our Energy Cafe with delicious locally sourced cakes … and warm and hot drinks … PLUS come and try your hand at our Energy themed quiz for all the family.

We also have a raffle with some fabulous prizes.

Do come and join us … its free … and it’ll be a fun and interesting day for exhibitors, visitors and volunteers alike.

We’d be delighted if you could help us spread the word. You can download a poster here and a flyer here. Thanks!

 

Energy Fest Talks

The Talks will all be held in the Rundle Room and will last up to 30 minutes with time for questions. Feel free to take your tea and cake with you.

 

Our Exhibitors

We’d like to thank our Exhibitors for giving up their Saturday to be with us … including

New Generation Energy's logo ZLC Energy logo
red squirrel tree care logo
Devon Wildlife Trust logo