Sir Sero - The Pembrokeshire plan for zero goes electric

By Patrick Ovenden   |   Reporter   |
Monday 9th May 2022 6:02 am
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There will be a chance to try out electric bikes, including e-cargo bikes, at the Sir Sero event on Friday, May 13 at Haverhub. All day, from 10 am until 5 pm.

EcoMove (Bristol) have confirmed that they will be attending the event at the community hub, housed in the recently renovated Old Post Office in Quay Street, Haverfordwest.

“We will be setting up a stall on the premises and showcasing some of our favourite electric bikes. This will include a collection of road bikes and electric cargo bikes. We’ll be answering questions, providing demonstrations, and highlighting how personal electric transport can deliver a cost-effect and sustainable solution for citizens and businesses across the country.

“As well as this, our Managing Director, John, will be speaking about Recover and the launch of our Lithium-ion storage facility in Newport. We hope to demonstrate the importance of safe and sustainable Lithium-Ion battery storage and recycling and will be talking listeners through our process.”

The still-growing event programme will include traditional skills tasters, businesses bringing wood buildings, sustainable sea farming, battery storage, greener healing, hydrogen car, cakes, childrens educational, marine renewables, home energy, herbal health, etc.

Enjoy the discussions and activities from 10 am, or aim for the meeting at 3 pm. See the Councils net zero plan and start a community plan for a county without fossil fuels.

This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund. It would help the organisers if you are able to register your interest on the event’s Facebook page (Sir Sero - The Pembs plan for zero)


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