In the West Bridgford Ecohouses group, we have Speakers at meetings, Experts who can advise, Transition members who have offered their houses for Open days, locally resident Installers of renewable technologies, Community organisers. Here are a few faces and biographies:
Others we will feature when we get some photos and Biographies:
|• Tina Holt is a key organiser of this West Bridgford Eco House Group and can be written to at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Rushcliffe Solar in 2010 to promote PV Solar panels and the Feed in Tariff. He also has a ground source heat pump (working from deep boreholes) and has developed an add-on solar panel system to pump solar heat into the earth. He has been at the University of Nottingham for a long time, and currently teaches the course in Sustainable Tall Buildings.|
|• David Hill - lives in East Leake, Rushcliffe and is the founder of |
Prior to that he was development director for and had an deep interest in energy conservation for many years, resulting in the first carbon-zero house to be built by a housing association.
|• Sean Stevenson - Westville (insulating) was set up in 1988 by Jon Stevenson, and his sons Sean and Ian now run this local family business.|
To date, Westville has insulated over 150,000 properties from new build schools to 1 bedroom park homes (caravans) using most types of wall and loft insulation and a wide range of floor insulation options. In doing so, they have worked with all the local councils and many local builders.
|Transition West Bridgford,West Bridgford Skills Exchange and Eco Teams to promote all aspects of sustainable living. She maintains the websites for many of these. |
Karina has demonstrated over the last decade that sustainable living can be fun, enriching and fulfilling.
On her house she has a PV array of 15 panels, has solar thermal tubes, a SolarVenti box and a Wood burning stove.