The Energy Group
The Transition Dorking Energy Group (TDEG) exists to
- Help individuals reduce their energy consumption and their carbon footprint by assisting local people to make their homes more energy efficient and reduce their energy use outside the home.
- Contribute to local and national CO2 reduction targets to generate electricity from green sources (solar, wind, etc.)
- Help develop and support local green energy generation projects
- Help make jobs by supporting local firms and creating our own.
- Support Mole Valley District Council, and other relevant bodies with programmes and events to reduce energy consumption.
If you would like some more information or get involved then contact Jaquetta on: email@example.com
Reduce your carbon footprint
Find out how big your carbon footprint is by joining Transition Dorking’s community carbon group. We’ve teamed up with the Carbon Account which has created an easy-to-use (and free) website.
It’s very easy to take part, you can read more here
Keep warm and save money in your Victorian home
Transition Dorking and Mole Valley District Council have launched the free “Keep Warm, Save Money” booklet to help people living in Victorian homes stay warm this winter, and save energy at the same time.
You can read more here
“The air was smelly and black. It seeped into the houses, and everything indoors was covered with grey film”. Some still remember the Great Fog that hung over London in December 1952. Lives were lost in the worst of the famous Pea Soupers, and the Clean Air Act that followed saw a shift away from smoke-emitting coal to cleaner fuels. But our air is now heavily polluted once again, this time with invisible greenhouse gases and particulate matters (PMs), mainly from cars.
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