Yes, Nikki sent a reminder out a couple of days back. Did you register on EventBrite?Beginning to plan my journey. This is still happening, I trust? I am gaining confidence in the long-range Berlingo after my successful London trip last weekend.
Have just registered on Eventbrite. Link wasYes, Nikki sent a reminder out a couple of days back. Did you register on EventBrite?
what is your recipe for the smoked salmon and lemon drizzle cake, sounds interestingWe will be leafing there too, tickets booked for 2. Smoked salmon and lemon drizzle cake (went down well last time) in the making. Will be charging Forrest Green Rovers about 11.30am unless anyone knows it is down (currently up on electric highway map).
You are welcome and Thanks, never got to the transparent mylar front wheel disc covers and rear wheel well close offs.Managed to drop in for a couple of hours. Thanks to @aminorjourney and friends for organising.
Fascinating talk from @GBEV on drag and aerodynamics.
Look forward to the next one
If I have finished the smart solar EVSE prototype by then I might be persuaded to do a show & tell if people are interested.
Didn't understand the comments today re: loss of FIT. FIT is fixed and assumed 50% of your generation as I understood it. Hence I won't be loosing a single penny as my upload into the grid isn't metered. I thought only bigger installs required a feed in meter.
By the way, meant to say if you have an SMA TL series solar inverter there is a crude option of taking a load straight off that to charge your batteries too but you may loose a bit of F.I.T. that way as well so simple but by no means ideal and it would just switch on and off whenever the set threshold was reached.
Ah, I see. Different approach. My version is less invasive, so safer & easier to install but needs a bit more tech.GBEV is saying taking the load directly from the inverter into the car; that means that the energy doesn't go through the FIT meter first, so it doesn't register on the meter so you lose money.