On Thursday 6th December, The Warwick School in Redhill will be continuing its programme of popular Winter community lectures with a talk by Laurie Winkless, Higher Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratories and a leading science communicator.
The energy crisis has become part of everyone’s vocabulary. But many people think it’s “too big” a problem, and that it’s all about solar cells and wind turbines. This popular talk (which is aimed at all ages) will highlight some of the lesser-known energy technologies, and discover how they could become part of our daily lives. It will show that, on a much smaller scale, we can capture ‘lost’ energy; that we can transform the heat produced by a car into electrical power, or that by jumping up and down, we could switch on a light!
Thursday 6th December, 7:30pm at the Warwick School, Noke Drive, Redhill, RH1 4AD
Light refreshments available. Limited parking on-site.
This event is free – no need to book, please just turn up.
For more information, please contact : Allan Hopkins, Community Links Manager, The Warwick School : Tel : 01737 378471, Email : firstname.lastname@example.org