Do you think Cambridgeshire can become more energy self- sufficient and attractup to £6billion of investment in local energy generation?The CRIF Project is pleased to invite you to the Smartlife Centre, at Cambridge RegionalCollege, Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge 5-7pm on Tuesday 15th November 2011 to findout how Cambridgeshire can become more self sufficient with its energy, create local jobsand boost the local economy?The Cambridgeshire Renewables Infrastructure Framework (CRIF) Project has spent ninemonths building up the evidence base for what levels of energy we will need in the futurein Cambridgeshire to sustain and grow our businesses, manage rising fuel costs andsecure local energy supplies to build energy resilience, self sufficiency and local jobs.The CRIF project will share at the event three delivery pathways for Cambridgeshire. - A Community Pathway focused on how communities can develop successful energy schemes and bring financial and energy benefits to their community - A Public Sector Pathway which helps communities to become more energy resilient and which uses its public assets to help develop and invest in energy projects to secure local energy supply and a Cambridgeshire low carbon economy - A Commercial pathway which supports the creation of green jobs locally, helps grow the Clean Tech Sector and which attracts the investment into energy generation schemes locally. -This is your opportunity to discuss with the experts their findings and put forward yourideas and suggestions.Please reserve this date in your diary and email email@example.com ortelephone 01223 715942 if you will be attending.Yours sincerelySheryl FrenchOn behalf of the CRIF Project Directions overleaf This project is being developed as part of the Climate Change Skills Fund. The fund is managed by Sustainability East on behalf of Improvement East.
Directions to SmartLIFE Centre at Cambridge Regional CollegeBus: From Cambridge railway station or city centre, use either Citi1 towards Arbury. BusesA, B or C on the Busway call at Orchard Park East or Cambridge Regional College. Moreinformation at thebusway.infoCycle: Plan your route online at Cambridge CycleStreetsWalk: Plan your route online at WalkitCar: Exit the A14 at B1049 junction 32 or A1309 junction 33 in the direction of Cambridge.Satnav postcode is CB4 2QT. Park in Car Park 3A you are also able to park in 3B which issituated at the end of the road. £2 fee payable.