Marta Rossato was so inspired by a recent visit to MakeSpace Oxford that she wrote it up as an article for Transition Town Reading’s newsletter. We in turn were so inspired by her article that we asked if we could republish it here. Happily she said yes. We were left wondering if this is something that would work in Reading? What do you think?
Come along to Reading Hydro’s 2nd AGM, hear updates, get involved, celebrate the progress we have made! We’ll be sharing where we’re up to with the project and reflect what we have done towards our objectives. Then carry on building on this together. If you are not already a member you are more than welcome […]
Following its successful first year of operation, RCES is extending its portfolio of buildings to cover a radius of 10 miles from the centre of Reading. As a consequence, the Society is seeking owners and users of suitable buildings to have renewable energy facilities (such as solar and possibly other technologies) installed on their buildings […]
All of a Twist Exhibition will run from 2nd to 11th September in Blakes Lock Museum All of a Twist All of a Twist Exhibition
It is now possible to install wind turbines almost anywhere in the sea, an innovative new design allows them to simply float in deep water with a thick cable teathering them to the seabed. See this link http://www.bbc.com/news/business-40699979