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The Cornwall Renewable Energy Show , Gaia Centre, Delabole:
Thursday 28 July, 2011 – Industry and Business
Friday 29 July, 2011 – Community and Households
Cornwall is currently heavily reliant on the importation of fossil fuels to meet much of its energy demands. Cornwall has an estimated energy bill of £1.4bn and the majority of this money leaves the Cornish economy. Energy costs continue to rise. Cornwall has a range of natural resources, such as wind, wave, solar, geothermal, biomass and hydro, from which electricity or heat may be generated.
There is increasing interest in these renewable energy technologies and Cornwall Council has organised this event to bring together developers, industry and householders in order to raise awareness of the considerable potential opportunities and benefits available. The first day is aimed at industry and businesses while the second day is aimed at householders and community groups with exhibitors promoting a range of different renewable energy technologies.
To register as an exhibitor or to attend, please contact Donna Moore on 01872 224423 or Alison Johnston 01872 224332 or more information can be found in the attached flyer and on the Cornwall Council website http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=28271.
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