Information sheets are now available below on Energy Assessors and the Green Deal.

We’re all spending, on average, more than £1000 per household on energy – for every 1000 households that’s over £1,000,000 per annum. Most of this is lost to our economy, paid out to one of the Big 6 energy companies. We have an opportunity to work together, as a community, to reduce the amount we’re spending. Reducing the amount we’re using in our homes and businesses through energy reduction; and looking at ways we can generate more heat and power locally for community benefit.


Community Energy Fortnight

It’s Community Energy Fortnight from 24th August to 8th September 2013.


Energy Reduction

Retrofitting properties to make them more energy efficient can be a worthwhile investment. The Government are encouraging householders, in particular, to undertake an assessment of their properties; and gain an understanding of the best energy reduction options.

There are a number of different assessment types. We have prepared an Energy Assessors Information Sheet SWD CEP July 13to provide a better understanding. The Green Deal is one option for financing retrofit work. A Green Deal Information Sheet July 2013 SWDCEP is also available.

A wide range of information is also available from the SEACS (Sustainable Energy across the Common Space) EU project.



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