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Renewable companies launch 'advice shop'

Renewable energy campaigners will be offering advice and selling green products from what they believe is the first shop of its kind in the UK.

Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network (Wren) hopes it will be a “shop window for making energy-related activities as commonplace as posting a parcel”.

There will also be clinics from experts on energy-related issues. The Energy Shop is due to be opened by Eden Project founder Tim Smit at The Platt in Wadebridge on 9 December.

Wren board member Harriet Wild said: “We want to work with the town to save money, help increase our resilience against the rising costs of fuel and work towards becoming a greener place to live. Therefore, the Energy Shop is the perfect way to engage with local people.”