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The UN science-based climate emergency requires 50% cut in current carbon emissions by 2030 to contain global warming within 1.5 degrees so avert irreversible catastrophe for life on earth. Coventry, as other cities, recognises the dual challenge to urgently address local atmospheric pollution and  global warming from using fossil fuels. The  common solutions is replacing with clean energy and technologies with  mostly being generated locally., combined with resource efficiency.

We are on the eve of the decisive challenge for the UN COP26,  starting 1/11/2021,  hosted by the UK Presidency in Glasgow.

Prior commitments of the top 30 world leaders whose countries currently account for 85% of carbon emissions fall far short of containing rising global warming within 1.5 degrees by 2030 including the UK. Coinciding with this is a further energy supply challenge which highlights the duel imperative to generate multiple times the current level of  renewable power for electricity, heating and transport.

This public event will  showcase the potential to generate from multiple sources many times more the green clean solar  power today creating new jobs both in manufacture, installing and servicing.

The thee presentations highlight the latest  installation of  5,000 solar panels on 41 Coventry buildings with public funding. The event will also feature the , Warwickshire located,  Heart of England Community Energy solar farm with 55,000 panels. Thirdly  the CCS Ltd project with Warwick University student producing extensive solar mapping of large clusters of  Coventry buildings with the potential to generate multiple times the existing green power. With the next step to promote installation

For further information

Tony McNally, Managing Director , Climate Change Solutions Ltd,



Zarah Sultana MP

Coventry South Constituency

Leading advocate and campaigner for the Green Clean and Fair New Deal


Cllr  John McNicholas

Lord Mayor Coventry City Council

20 years climate  action commitment

Angus Rose

Director,  Ineco Energy Ltd

33 Coventry Council buildings, also  six schools and 3 libraries

Susan Juned

Director , Heart of  England Community Energy

A 55,000 panel solar farm run by and supporting local and global charities

Nancy Toure

Business Development Manager Green Energy Together

We believe that solar shouldn’t be a luxury. It should be for everyone

Tony McNally

Managing Director , Climate Change Solutions

Coordinating the Warwick University student solar mapping of Coventry


Oct 27, 2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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United Reformed Church
10 Warwick Row
Coventry, West Midlands Cv11EX United Kingdom


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