Expert speaker meeting (in person and livestream)
Tuesday 14th November 7.30pm
Muswell Hill Methodist Church, 28 Pages Lane N10 1PP

Understanding Solar Energy and Heat Pumps

Kaspar Bradshaw, Next Step Heating

Understanding Solar Energy and Heat Pumps

Hear from an expert about solar systems to generate electricity and to heat water, and heat pumps to replace gas boilers.  It can be difficult to get reliable information and good advice, so this talk will be of value for anyone who is considering an installation, or just wants to understand more about home generation and heat pumps.

About our speaker


Kaspar studied mechanical engineering and renewable energy systems at Dundee University.  He started work installing solar hot water systems in the UK, then went on to work in Ghana, where he installed grid-tied and stand-alone solar photovoltaic systems.  Kaspar managed Enhabit’s mechanical ventilation and heat recovery, heat pump and solar projects, and now coordinates this work at Next Step Heating.

The talk and questions will run from 7.30pm to 8.30pm followed by an opportunity to continue discussion and questions afterwards over refreshments. The talk will be in person and livestreamed – we will send the link to ticketholders in advance.

Book your free place here 


Workshop – in person only
Tuesday 21st November, 7.30pm
Muswell Hill Methodist Church, 28 Pages Lane N10 1PP

Easy Energy Saving At Home

Led by Tanuja Pandit, Director, Power Up North London 

A fun interactive event on how everyone can save energy.  Whether you rent or own your home, you’ll find out how to manage your household energy use, keep the heat in and save money – without spending on expensive improvements. 

  • Reduce your home energy use
  • Understand your bills
  • Reading your meters
  • Access discounts and services

Join a team and test your knowledge of savvy household management to compete for a chocolatey prize!

About our workshop leader

Easy Energy Saving

Tanuja Pandit joined Power Up North London in October 2017 to help local communities to fund, install, own and manage their own low carbon energy solutions.   Tanuja has worked in the commercial and non-profit sectors in finance and general management, with Ford, Deloitte, General Electric, Diageo and the BBC.  She also led the International Business Leaders Forum, a charity focused on corporate social responsibility, and was COO of the Start Network, a collective of 40 humanitarian organisations working to improve the speed and effectiveness of international aid response.Book here to take part.

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