Volunteer steps forward to help with hydro-electric scheme

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One of the great things about Audlem, and there are many, is the sheer amount of expertise that exists in the village. After yesterday's story about the possibility of generating hydro-electricity from the water flowing down the sluice gates on the canal, Audlem Online received the following message which will be followed up with enthusiasm:-

"I am an Audlem resident, interested in energy conservation/ alternative energy and am an experienced and qualified electrical engineer. I wish to volunteer help with the proposed hydro electric scheme."

 

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