Tips given out on energy efficiency

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  • Transport minister Walter Roban speaks at a Lunch and Learn on energy efficiency (Photograph supplied)

    Transport minister Walter Roban speaks at a Lunch and Learn on energy efficiency (Photograph supplied)


The first Lunch and Learn series about Energy Efficiency took place at Cathedral Hall yesterday.

The Lunch and Learn topic was about how to lower and understand your electricity bill.

This series of Lunch and Learns is designed by the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs, with direction from the Department of Energy, to help the public learn more about ways they can understand, conserve and invest in energy. The next Lunch and Learn events are scheduled to be held at 12pm at Cathedral Hall (29 Church Street) on the following dates:

? 19 September – The future of energy in Bermuda

? 26 September – Opportunities to invest in Bermuda’s solar energy

Minister Walter Roban will also be hosting a weekly, fifteen minute segment at 8:45 am every Wednesday on POWER 95 Radio with Miss. Thang until 28 November. Yesterday he was joined by Director of Energy, Jeane Nikolai to discuss energy saving tips and encourage the public to take advantage of the free Lunch and Learn information sessions.

Press release from the Bermuda Government

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Published Sep 13, 2018 at 11:23 am (Updated Sep 13, 2018 at 11:23 am)

Tips given out on energy efficiency

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