March 6, 2021
From Alternative Bristol (UK)
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Looks interesting in the approach to energy generation:

It has been increasingly recognised that the process of transforming the UK energy system will require increased public engagement and involvement to realise the fundamental changes that are needed in the way society produces and consumes energy.

So what does collective public participation in the energy system look like? What forms does this participation take? How can disadvantaged groups be given a voice, and a stake in their energy futures?

The Bristol Sustainable Energy Research Fund supports research projects which contribute to the development of a more sustainable, equitable and democratically accountable energy system in the South West of England.

From the Facebook page:

We have supported the Bristol Sustainable Energy Research Fund Conference with some of our community benefit funding. Register to attend to view their presentation of findings from the second round of the Bristol Sustainable Energy Research Fund



Source: Alternativebristol.com