Series of cafe events to watch ‘Demain‘ and talk about different topics
2nd: Energy – Tuesday 9th January 8pm to 10pm
Venue: The Vine, Kentish Town 86 Highgate Rd Kentish Town NW5 1PB (very convenient for the 214, C11 and C2 bus routes)
3rd: Transport – Mon 29th Jan 2018
4th: Economy – Mon 26th Feb 2018
5th: Education – Mon 26th Mar 2018
Ongoing: Free Electric Vehicle trials
Wood Green businesses and residents can trial an electric vehicle (for free) for up to one week. To find out more or to book a trial contact us on 020 8489 3489 or email NOF@haringey.gov.uk And check as these may be open to people in other parts of Haringey too.
You can currently choose from:
- Nissan Leaf – car (external link)
- Peugeot Partner Electric – van (external link)
- Citroen Berlingo Electric – van (external link)
Drivers will need to hold a full driving licence and adhere to insurance requirements.
Trials are subject to vehicle availability. See below for event produced specifically for local businesses. For more information visit http://www.haringey.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-travel/travel/neighbourhoods-future-wood-green
STOP PRESS. Shell plans to install one of its first forecourt rapid charging points in its Holloway station before the end of 2017. According to Air Quality news “Shell has been collaborating wit
h Transport for London (TfL) to introduce the charging points, in line with the London Mayor’s drive for a Zero Emission capital by 2050.”
ENLARGING THE EDMONTON ENERGY FROM WASTE PLANT:Why so large and how will it affect recycling in North London ?- 12th July 2017
The meeting discussed:
- the rationale for such a massive increase in capacity at the plant
- the effect will this have on recycling rates
- alternative waste technologies that could cut emissions and increase reycling
When: Mon 17th July 2017
Electric Vehicles – A Realistic Alternative? Hosted by the Muswell Hill Sustainability Group.
Source: Greenwatt Sustainable Solutions
Sydney Charles of Transition Highgate spoke on progress at national, London-wide and Haringey levels in supporting a transition to electric vehicles.
Friedbert Meinert, product designer, spoke from first-hand experience of owning a Nissan Leaf and Heisenberg state-of-the-art electric bike.
Gillian Cox of Haringey attended. She announced the Neighbourhoods of the Future web site at http://www.haringey.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-travel/travel/neighbourhoods-future-wood-green. This explains Haringey initiatives, such as options for trialling electric vehicles and getting free reviews for businesses.
Project Dirt has a full list of events coming up. See here for details.