E-Si micro-renewable energy exhibition and seminar at the OGH Hotel, St Peter Port on 11 November 2010

October 18th, 2010 by Events

On 11 November 2010 E-Si Limited is hosting a micro-renewable energy exhibition and seminar at the OGH Hotel in St Peter Port, Guernsey.  The exhibition begins at 4 pm and the seminar begins at 8 pm.

Andrew Hillier and Andrew Sheldon of Ice Energy UK will be attending as well as Alan Bates, MD of Guernsey Electricity Ltd, Professor Nicholas Day of the Guernsey Renewable Energy Commission, and Paul Fletcher, CEO of E-Si Ltd.

A photovoltaic panel and solar thermal evacuated tubes installed by E-Si Ltd. on Grange Hall in St Peter Port (click image to expand - ©RLLord)

On 11 November 1918 the guns fell silent on the Western Front;  the First World War was over and the world looked forward to a new beginning.

Ninety-two years later and humanity looks forward to a new relationship with the environment that sustains us.

We are changing the world’s atmosphere and the world’s ocean.  Humanity releases more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels than nature can absorb and consequently the concentration of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere rises year-on-year.  This causes ‘ocean acidification’ and changing weather patterns, and an increase in the atmosphere’s global average temperature.  This causes a rise in sea level and more severe weather events.  A changing climate will impact agriculture and our ability to feed ourselves.

Humanity has to substantially reduce the amount of greenhouse gases it releases into the atmosphere.  The best way to do this is to reduce the use of fossil fuels.

As a community we can do this by walking and bicycling more and by insulating our homes and businesses to avoid wasting energy.

We can also install micro-renewable energy equipment to heat our homes and businesses instead of relying solely on fossil fuel.

E-Si Ltd. will help us do this with the exhibition and seminar the company has organised at the OGH hotel in St Peter Port on 11 November 2010.  For more information please visit the E-Si website.

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