Rik Smith
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Rik Smith commented on Nick Hartley's event 'Home energy economy'
"Very insightful afternoon - Thank You. I look forward to hearing how the adventure continues in the future!"
Oct 20, 2013
Rik Smith commented on Nick Hartley's event 'Home energy economy'
"Looking forward to tomorrow. I hope you've fixed your energy tariff - however small it may be!"
Oct 19, 2013
Rik Smith is attending Nick Hartley's event

Home energy economy at 20 Hopefield Avenue

October 20, 2013 from 3pm to 5pm
Update on progress since 2010 in reducing this house's carbon footprint.  Solar panels, PV and thermal, a woodburning stove, 'decentralised' heating mean that we are a net exporter of electricity and gas consumption falls within the Passivhaus allowance.   I'll aim to show and talk about these things, and my continuing energy descent plan.  If time,  I'd like to share with you 7 year's experience of electric cars (both positive & negative!).  For practical reasons, will have to limit…See More
Oct 8, 2013
Tom Wright left a comment for Rik Smith
"Hi Rik   I have only just realised that the TT website had a "friends" part so sorry not to have replied sooner. Tom"
Oct 30, 2011
Rik Smith replied to George Latham's discussion Minutes of May's Buildings and Energy Group meeting in the group Buildings and Energy Group
"  I am kicking myself that i missed the meeting - i do have some things to contirbute   I think you need to advocate caution on the draft busting side of things. reducing drafts does keep in hot air and reduce energy wastage but does…"
May 19, 2011
Rik Smith commented on Transition Kensal to Kilburn's group Transport Group
"Interesting Molly, but what's your point?   The compressed air car is just another electrically powered car (except the energy is stored as compressed air instead of a battery).   Do you have a comment on energy storage?…"
Apr 17, 2011
Rik Smith is attending Transition Kensal to Kilburn's event

Chutney making workshop at Salusbury School

September 19, 2010 from 1pm to 4pm
Please note that all the places on this workshop have now been taken. Please book on the October event or email if interested in future chutney workshops so we can consider organising more in future.Come along and enjoy a communal activity using fruit picked by the Fruit Harvesters. We will make chutney in small groups with surplus fruit picked by the Fruit Harvesters.The workshop is for those who have never made chutney before and those who are exerienced in preserve making. You will be able…See More
Sep 10, 2010
Rik Smith is attending Transition Kensal to Kilburn's event

Green Drinks / Harvest Supper planning at Hugos at Hugos Bar and Restaurant

September 1, 2010 from 8pm to 10pm
August's green drinks - on the 1st September...!?!A first meet up after the summer holidays and with lots to discuss ahead of our stall for Queens Park day on 12th Sept, and also for planning the Harvest Festival (2nd October)...Come along to Hugo's to join in...See More
Sep 1, 2010
Rik Smith is attending Transition Kensal to Kilburn's event
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Green Drinks at Hugos at Hugos Bar and Restaurant

June 29, 2010 from 8pm to 10pm
Regular monthly green drinks
Jun 28, 2010
Rik Smith and Nick Hartley are now friends
Jun 18, 2010
Rik Smith is attending Transition Kensal to Kilburn's event

Energy and Water saving in a Victorian terraced house at Hopefield Avenue

June 20, 2010 from 3pm to 5pm
Energy and Water saving in a Victorian terraced house - Nick Hartley invites you to see and hear about his successes (and failures) in his own home in reducing fuel bills, including secondary double glazing, wood-burning stoves and 'de-centralised' heating. Also, rainwater use and G-wiz electric car ownership.Numbers limited - so please contact Nick on 020 8969 9030 to confirm your attendence.See More
Jun 1, 2010
Rik Smith might attend Transition Kensal to Kilburn's event

Bike Shed Drop-in @ The Bike Shed at The Bike Shed

May 22, 2010 to May 23, 2010
Bike Shed DROP IN @ The Bike Shed Streatley Road NW6 7ST 22nd 10-12 am 23rd 12-4.30pmCome and get your bike sorted / pick up maintenance tips and help. Donations Taken / Parts Below Shop PricesSee More
May 8, 2010
Rik Smith might attend Transition Kensal to Kilburn's event
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"Who Killed the Electric Car" - Monthly film night at Lexi Cinema

May 19, 2010 from 6:30pm to 10pm
Our Transition Monthly film night for May will be 'Who Killed the Electric Car'. http://www.whokilledtheelectriccar.com/6.30pm for 7pm start.Film will be followed by speakers/discussion on sustainable transport (Cycletastic/Brent Cyclists) and Recyling (Greenzones) in the constitution club from 8.30pmPaine’s film investigates the events leading to the quiet destruction of thousands of new, radically efficient electric vehicles. Through…See More
May 1, 2010
Rik Smith replied to Rik Smith's discussion Kensal Rise Bus Stops - a plan for Brent Council in the group Transport Group
"ok, so Dagmar Gardens is too narrow and residential..... How about terminating buses don't stop outside Tesco and instead let their passengers off on Station Terrace where they also terminate / hopefully turning off their engines.... This…"
Apr 16, 2010
Petica Watson replied to Rik Smith's discussion Kensal Rise Bus Stops - a plan for Brent Council in the group Transport Group
"Nooo! I live right near Station Terrace and walk past the buses all the time. I don't see them getting delayed by other vehicles, I see other vehicles getting delayed by them actually.. Not sure what you mean by "further West" ? And…"
Apr 15, 2010
Rik Smith added a discussion to the group Transport Group
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Kensal Rise Bus Stops - a plan for Brent Council

We kicked out the crazy tree felling lay-by on Chamberlayne Road, but sadly that's not the end of it - Brent want to improve traffic flow.I would like to start a discussion about how best to solve the issue from our perspective, and then pass this onto Brent to review / consult on / implement.the council say:'The majority of frontages on Station Terrace are retail premises. Buses are frequently delayedby vehicles parked in the area and by vehicles that are legally permitted to load and unload.…See More
Apr 15, 2010

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At 18:22 on October 30, 2011, Tom Wright said…

Hi Rik

 

I have only just realised that the TT website had a "friends" part so sorry not to have replied sooner. Tom

 
 
 

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