Residents of West Penwith packed out Cape Cornwall School’s hall on Tuesday 22nd March to discuss the opportunities for generating renewable energy in their community to protect themselves against rising fuel prices. Over 75 local residents attended the meeting organised as part of the West Cornwall Local Action Group’s Sustainable Energy Community project. Guest speakers at the meeting included local renewable energy system installers Independent Energy and Plug into the Sun as well a planning officer from Cornwall Council. Community …READ MORE »
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