Energy Question Time comes to Aberdeen
15th June 2010
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Energy Question Time comes to Aberdeen

What does it mean to 'save energy'? Are there easy steps? Can I make a difference?

This is your chance to put these questions and more to a panel of energy experts from the worlds of business, academia and government.

Energy Question Time events are public town hall meetings taking place up and down the country offering you the opportunity to hear about and discuss some of the hottest issues on energy - how we get it, how we use it and what our energy future is going to look like.

So come along, say what's on your mind and get honest answers. Details of when, where and how to register are below. We look forward to seeing you there.

Our panel includes Jean MacDonald, the chief executive of Scottish energy charity Scarf, John MacDonald, chair of the Aberdeen City Environmental Forum, Pete Leonard, Director of Neighbourhood Services at Aberdeen City Council and Jamie Walls, Vice President of Shell UK.

When is it happening?
Thursday 17th June at 6pm. Panel discussion ends at 7.30pm with refreshments following.

Where will it take place?
Aberdeen Football Club

How do I register?
By clicking here

Those attending will receive a free re-useable canvas bag of useful eco giveaways!

Energy saving begins at home though, too. Over 85 million mobiles are lying unused and discarded in the UK – so we’re offering you the chance to bring them back into use.

Bring along your mobile on the day to be entered into a draw to win an iPad. A winner will be selected at random by presenter Sarah Mack.

Energy Doctors from the Energy Saving Trust will also be in situ to give advice on how to slash energy use in your home

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Harry C

Member since: 9th April 2012

Hi, I'm the serial networker with thebestofaberdeen who likes to get out and about meeting everyone in Aberdeen city and shire. When not working, Susan and I love to sail, golf and entertain.

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