Energy we can all afford? Public Meeting and Question Time

Friday February 8th, 7.00pm – 9.25 pm, Market House, Market Place, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1JS

“Warmer homes, lower bills, cooler planet” – how do we achieve these? Are you worried about rising fuel bills? Do you wonder how we will manage energy demands in the future? This event is jointly hosted by Save the World Club (SWC) and Transition Town Kingston (TTK) alongside the national Energy We Can All Afford Campaign. SWC and TTK will host a panel discussion with local MP and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Ed Davey about fuel poverty, energy efficiency and the current Energy Bill.

Rising fuel bills are putting an enormous strain on many households. Millions will shiver and suffer in cold, damp conditions this winter that blight their health, well-being and happiness. We need a new and positive approach that means a warm, healthy home for everyone and lower bills based on improved home energy efficiency and clean sustainable energy. Please join us for a stimulating evening of discussion with the Rt Hon Edward Davey, MP for Kingston and Surbiton and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Shane Brennan, Chief Executive, Age Concern Kingston, and speakers from National Children’s Bureau (tbc) and Transform UK: Investment for a Clean Energy Future.  

 Doors open for refreshments and displays at 7.00pm, with panel discussion from8.00pm. Free, but donations towards costs welcome.

 Booking advised: to book online visit; to book by email or phone or for further information contact Jo or 07957 630893.

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