Tamar Natural Resource Management will hold its first Sustainable Energy Expo at the Albert Hall on Saturday.
Starting at 9.30am, an range of exhibitors will be available to talk to household and business owners about what products best suit their environment. Tamar NRM president and event organiser Roger Tyshing said the expo was planned on the back of previous workshops and forums held by the organisation.
“The Sustainable Energy Expo was organised in response to the enthusiastic feedback we were getting from people attending our short energy efficiency and home heating workshops and forums over the last two years,” he said.
“People were wanting more, so we decided to roll it all into one expo.”
The expo will feature advice on improving the energy efficiency of homes, offices or farms, as well as energy ideas such as efficient and responsible wood heating, insulation, retro fitting double glazing and electric cars. A range of guest speakers will share their ideas on how to save energy and money, while also leaving a lighter personal footprint.
The Tamar NRM Sustainable Energy Expo will be held at Albert Hall on Saturday, September 16. Admission is $5 for adults and free for kids.