ENERGIECAFE, 15 October 2019, from 7.30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Vreedehuis, Riouwstraat 1, The Hague. An evening for everyone in Archipel & Willemspark, who wants to know what the energy transition can mean for our neighborhood. Do you want to know what you can do best in your own house, what is going to happen in Archipel & Willemspark, what the government and Stedin intend to do with and for our neighborhood and are you curious to see who is all committed in our neighborhood to the energy transition? Then come to the EnergieCafé on October 15. Speakers include: Liesbeth van Tongeren, Alderman for Sustainability and Energy Transition in The Hague, Kirsten Wilkeshuis, member of the Sustainable Supervisory Board of the Hague, member of the Provincial Council of the province of South Holland for green and residents of our neighborhood, Petran van Heel, responsible for the sector at ABN-AMRO Construction and Real Estate and resident of our neighborhood. You can already see: leading speakers from our own neighborhood tell their story. And we have many more in our neighborhood, as you will see when you become acquainted with the network of people who are committed to making our neighborhood more sustainable. Like our energy coaches, Michiel Ottolander and Marga Zuurbier, who can help you with advice on making your own home more sustainable. There will also be Energy Guards, known from our collective solar panel purchasing campaign, which is now focusing on simple comfort-enhancing measures such as, for example, better adjustment of the existing heating installation. You can meet all these people on 15 October. Green Neighborhood The evening is organized by the sustainability group Archipel & Willemspark ‘Groene Buurt’. We have been committed to a sustainable, green neighborhood since 2011. We do this by organizing projects such as joint purchasing of solar panels and organizing our EnergyCafes where experts in the field of sustainability and neighbors can share their knowledge and experiences. In this way we hope to inspire people to generate energy themselves, to use energy and raw materials more efficiently and to make the neighborhood greener. For more information click hier