This guidance is for anyone considering delivering face-to-face advice to householders in the home. Includes examples and suggestions for how to reach potential customers and what to include in visits.
We (Yorkshire Energy Doctor CIC) were awarded funding from Northern Powergrid's Community Energy Seed Fund in 2015 to deliver a package of energy saving advice to two communities in the ...
The Lidget Green and Scholemoor areas of Bradford comprise the Greenmoor Big Local area - it is designated a Big Local area due to high levels of deprivation.
This project is listed by Community Energy England. For further information please see their website, listed above.If you own this project and want to edit this data please ...
Located in rural Cheshire, Ashton Hayes is a well knit community of about 1000 people that is aiming to become England's first carbon neutral community. We started our journey in ...
The Green Open Homes network was established in 2013 to support low-carbon open homes events across the country.Green Open Homes events are where people open their homes to ...
Open Homes and Demonstration Homes module of the Community Energy Efficiency Toolkit
Community-led heat projects: a toolkit for heat networks
Overview of how communities have delivered Demonstration homes and open homes events under the Big Lottery's Communities Living Sustainably programme.
Energy action peer support groups module of the Community Energy Efficiency Toolkit.
Matrix to help you choose activities for your home energy efficiency project
The Community Energy Peer Mentoring Fund ran from November 2013 to March 2015. It awarded grants to community energy groups to build capacity in the sector by sharing knowledge with ...
This is a short summary of the findings of the second Communities Living Sustainably Learning Report on Energy.The full report is available here: http://www.communitieslivingsustainably.org.uk/news/cls-energy-learning-report-april-2015/
"Getting started with community energy efficiency" module of the 'Community energy efficiency toolkit'
The Community Energy Hub is designed to support anyone interested in taking control of energy in their local area.
Here you will find resources, links to find support and, most importantly, other people who want to share their experiences.
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