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CRIF Final Event_Programme


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A copy of the programme for the final CRIF event on Tuesday 15th November 2011.

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CRIF Final Event_Programme

  1. 1. Can Cambridgeshire secure up to £6billion of renewable energy infrastructure by 2031?Please find below the draft programme for the Cambridgeshire Renewables Infrastructure Framework(CRIF) Project event at SmartLIFE Centre on 15th November 2011, 5-7pm. If you have not yetregistered for the event please contact or 01223 715942.The overall aim of the event is to discuss whether Cambridgeshire can secure up to £6billionworth of renewable energy infrastructure by 2031 and how?The event programme:16.45 – 17.00 Registration and refreshments17.00-17.10 Welcome to the CRIF Project - Objectives of the event Catherine Howe, Public-i17.10-17.30 What are our options to secure the investment in renewable energy infrastructure locally? And who does this? Presentation by Duncan Price, Camco17.30-18.50 Questions and Answers18.50 – 18.10 Discussion on the challenges faced by the CRIF Project along its way and the challenges that still remain? Austerity, Policy Uncertainty, Leadership and Awareness18.10 – 18.25 What is already being delivered nationally and locally by communities; public bodies and commercial sectors and how do these sectors work together? Presentation by Duncan Price, Camco and Dr Tim Lunel, National Energy Foundation18.25 – 18.50 Discussion on how we make this happen in Cambridgeshire?18.50 – 19.00 Where do we go from here?The CRIF Project has worked hard to be an open and transparent process and all its information todate is available on www.crif.citizenscape.netPlease contact for further information on the CRIF Project. 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.
  2. 2. Directions to SmartLIFE Centre at Cambridge Regional CollegeBus: From Cambridge railway station or city centre, use either Citi1 towards Arbury. Buses A, B or Con the Busway call at Orchard Park East or Cambridge Regional College. More information atthebusway.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. Satnavpostcode is CB4 2QT. Park in Car Park 3A you are also able to park in 3B which is situated at theend of the road. £2 fee payable per vehicle. Payable by card at the machines in the car park or cashat the main college reception.