Its been a week of sharing…and sharing… oh and sharing

Must be the time of year. Ti’s the season to be sharing. The last week has been a bit frenetic in terms of sharing and doing the day job of doing ‘stuff’. Large scale PV, couple of biomass developments, some smaller PV’s, water and so on. But also from the middle of last week its been full on meeting people.

  • Tuesday and Wednesday it was Cardiff with my colleagues for a two-day catchup on whats on the go and planning the plan for various work streams
  • Thursday it was the Welsh Assembly Senedd building
    Hywel from the Abergwyngregyn Community team presenting at the Welsh Assembly building. Community renewables are doable but be ready for a slog

    Hywel from the Abergwyngregyn Community team presenting at the Welsh Assembly building. Community renewables are doable but be ready for a slog. The National Trust have been supporting this project for over three years. we can now all see the finish line!

    with the volunteer team from Abergwyngregyn who have been driving the Anafon Community hydro. I was with Justin Albert and Emily Keenan from the NT Wales and a few good friends from Community energy. We had organised an event with the Aber team to show what was possible in renewables. The NT have been supporting the Community on this project for over 3 years.

  • Thursday Evening and it was Criccieth for an after dinner speech on the future of energy
  • Friday it was another evening presentation on our renewables work
  • The Whole of Saturday was taken up again in Cardiff by the Welsh School of Architecture. We present a sustainability module day with the masters students and take them over to Dyffryn Garden for a bit of a ‘head scratcher’ session
  • Yesterday was a Dyffryn day detailing the biomass system but then into Cardiff again to present our work on pre 1919 building to a large group of South Wales Architects as part of the BEST program.
  • It’s good to share and learn from others. Now back to doing stuff!

‘…oh and a session on BBC this Saturday morning.

oh...the most important part of the week. My daughter Alis switching the village Christmas lights on!

oh again…the most important part of the week. Thursday my daughter Alis switching the Deiniolen village Christmas lights on! Sharing with around 300 people!

 

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