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David Gregory
Owner of David Gregory Design Ltd, an and company based in Newent, Gloucestershire, UK. Classic Car and driver!
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David Gregory Nov 16
Replying to @ecoplugg @BMWi
Any clues on dates?
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David Gregory Nov 16
The latest leaked strategy paper on plastics is grim reading. , we need real change!
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David Gregory Nov 15
Replying to @VenablesBros
Stunning! I dread to think how much it weighs! :)
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David Gregory Nov 15
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David Gregory Nov 14
. please represent views of constituents and vote for changes to to limit delegated powers.
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David Gregory Nov 14
. Very disappointed that some aren't paying their fair share. Please attend Tuesday’s debate and speak out against this!
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David Gregory Nov 13
People with are losing the financial support they need. Tell the Government to
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David Gregory Nov 13
Please protect our climate and refuse consent for in Ryedale - we have cheaper, safer methods of energy production!
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David Gregory Nov 12
I felt the need to read the ‘article’ for myself, what utter insanity!
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David Gregory Nov 11
Can’t wait to see this one in the flesh!
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David Gregory Nov 10
Replying to @streber24 @joesaward
I'm in the UK, but whilst I'm not the heaviest car user, it is the only car we use (around 9k per year). No battery for the system yet, so I'm not saying that we have solar powered the car on all ocassions, but over the course of a year it's more than covered! :)
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David Gregory Nov 9
I support tougher restrictions on for , will you?
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David Gregory Nov 9
I got that far through, but the referencing in the article was pretty basic, so there was no easy way to tell how they had assumed the electricity costs. It would be interesting to know though!
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David Gregory Nov 9
Coupled with the fact that we're also supplied by for any electricity we don't produce ourselves, but I didn't get to that point in the discussion.
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David Gregory Nov 9
didn't seem to comment on my last reply to him "If you can see my header picture, that's 11kW of solar on our roof that generates around 8MW per year, enough for around 32-35k EV miles!"
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David Gregory Nov 8
Replying to @stevebclarke
I went through to the Money Supermarket article to look for a source, but still couldn't find it without looking through a further 20 links!
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David Gregory Nov 8
Replying to @plugincarguy
Quite agree, but it does depend on the charger location and the situation. Seems like an old fashioned pager function might be the way forward so that you can alert the current user that someone is waiting?
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David Gregory Nov 7
Replying to @joesaward
Last year I drove around 9k miles for reference, so there's a spare 23k EV miles that someone is welcome to use! :)
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David Gregory Nov 7
Replying to @joesaward
If you can see my header picture, that's 11kW of solar on our roof that generates around 8MW per year, enough for around 32-35k EV miles!
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David Gregory Nov 7
Replying to @joesaward
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