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The energy department invites to the enjoyment walk to the "Tag der Erneuerbaren Energien"

18.04.2018 | 08:41 Clock | Citywhispers
The energy department invites to the enjoyment walk to the 'Tag der Erneuerbaren Energien'

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(ffm) The Energy Department of the City of Frankfurt am Main will be holding an event to mark the "Renewable Energy Day" on Saturday, 28. April, already one day before on 27 April at 3 p.m. a climate gourmet pleasure walk.

During the walk through Berger Straße, participants will learn at the individual stations where climate protection happens concretely in Cafés, restaurants and shops and why these concepts are good for the environment. A neighbourhood power plant and a new passive house building are also on the route of the walk. "There will be time for conversation and discussion at each stop, and in addition to comprehensive information, there will be small samples," said Paul Fay, deputy director of the energy department, who is leading the tour.

The stops on the enjoyment walk include the organic bakery Denninger, the world shop, the Berger-Palais neighbourhood power plant (tenants and owners supply themselves with electricity), a new passive house building by ABG on Höhenstraße, Maingemüse and the unpackaged shop grammgenau on Merianplatz.

The pleasure walk lasts about 1.5 to 2 hours and is wheelchair and stroller friendly and suitable for all ages. Binding registration at: <link https: datum klimagourmet-spezial_20012450 _blank>

on the Internet. The participation fee will be donated to the association "Life after Chernobyl".

The annual "Renewable Energy Day" is a Germany-wide initiative that aims to draw attention to the various uses of a sustainable energy economy on the anniversary of the Chernobyl reactor disaster.

On "Renewable Energy Day" itself, April 28, Rhein-Main Biokompost will open its doors from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to host its annual Compost Day. Visitors will then be able to see how biogas is made from biowaste and how valuable compost is produced. They can also bring soil samples (<x>ampersand</x>aacute; 0.5 liters) and have a free soil quality test. There will be planted flower boxes for free (while supplies last) and a children's program for the youngest. Those interested in technology will also get their money's worth and can take part in one of the regular tours of the biowaste fermentation and composting plant, combined heat and power plant or photovoltaic plant. Food and drinks will also be available.

The Rhein-Main Biocompost is located at Peter-Behrens-Strasse 8. For more details on the program, visit <link http: ddcalendarevent komposttag-bei-der-rmb _blank>

on the Internet.

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