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Visit to Chester Hydroelectric Power Station

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Visit to Chester Hydroelectric Power Station

Date and Time

14 June 2018 - 14:00-16:00

Location

Chester, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - NW:Merseyside &W.Cheshire local network.


About this event

The energy gap, increasingly inclement weather and financial challenges facing the UK have presented opportunities to develop energy generation in places long forgotten. The visit takes in a historical Chester landmark building showing how it is intended to revitalise and combine old and new technologies and exploit an opportunity to supplement energy supply.
The tour will look at the history of the use of the site and its future plans, including some of the methods being employed.
The tour includes stairways, thus requiring reasonable fitness / mobility.   

Programme

14.00 - Start of tour
15.30 - Light refreshments
16.00 - end of visit 

Continuing Professional Development

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Registration information

Registration only by contacting Mr Keith Done -
   Home Tel. 01948 820080   
   Mobile Tel. 07774 192591
   email - ret.mwc@theiet.org

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