The dates are now set for the Homes Behaving Badly workshops:
3rd March 2012 - 9.30am to 12.30pm:
Saving energy in homes of cavity wall construction
3rd March 2012 - 1.30pm to 4.30pm:
Saving energy in solid wall homes (with emphasis on the lower cost options)
10th March 2012 - 9.30am to 12.30pm:
Saving energy in solid wall homes (with emphasis on the higher cost options)
10th March 2012 - 1.30pm to 4.30pm:
Saving energy in loft conversions and attic rooms
18th March am and pm Eco House Tour (Nottingham Ecohome)
25th March am and pm Eco House under Construction Tour (1950's refurb)
Each workshop will focus on real life examples of homes that have undergone small and large energy-saving improvements. By comparing the actual energy use of these homes we will show what is possible in reality, not just in theory!
In each workshop, we will also demonstrate just how much energy can be saved without spending any money at all - just with energy saving habits. And we'll talk about how to become your own energy expert, so that you can suss out the best energy-saving options for your house and the way you use it. (One size does not fit all!)
And finally, the workshops will introduce the Green Deal - the government's new scheme to help finance home energy improvements from autumn 2012. Find out how it works to make sure you get the right deal for you and your home!
To book your free place on the workshops or the tours:
tel. 07772 330779
This is a Transition West Bridgford project, made possible with LEAF funding. The Local Energy Assessment Fund (LEAF) is managed by the Energy Saving Trust on behalf of the Department for Energy and Climate Change. The project is also supported by the Sustainable Growth Group, supplying 250 state-of-the-art low energy LED lightbulbs for householders taking part in the project.