BUILDING SENSE – CREATING COMFORT AND CUTTING CARBON

BUILDING SENSE have three online event dates for your diaries coming up – all at our usual 5.30pm timeslot:

Wednesday 2nd MarchWhere’s the heat going? Where’s the money going?

Retrofit Co-ordinator Greg Collier-Jones from Severn Wye Energy Agency will talk us through where, and how, buildings typically lose heat, and what you can do now to plan and make improvements for next winter. With heating bills on the rise, and carbon reduction an imperative, Greg’s talk will be an excellent and detailed look at this subject followed by an opportunity to ask questions.

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Wednesday 9th MarchSimple and low-cost DIY routes to lower energy bills and a cosier home

Being more comfortable and keeping bills down doesn’t have to involve serious retrofit – and sometimes the timing, budget or other circumstances mean that installing large measures isn’t part of your plans. Join Phil Newcombe from Marches Energy Agency to learn about some of the easy, low-cost measures you can take to be cosy at home and energy specialist Gordon Coppock from HGN. With Q&A at the end.

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Wednesday 23rd MarchThe case for solar – revisited

You might have considered solar at home or for your business, but thought the economics didn’t quite work for you. Well, soaring energy prices are changing those economics – and if you’re looking at an electric car, then solar PV can even more sense. HGN’s solar specialist Gordon Coppock – Member of the Institute of Physics – will present his independent review of solar PV and solar thermal (hot water/heat) in our changing energy  landscape. With Q&A at the end.

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BUILDING SENSE is also delighted to say that we’ve been funded to put on a much more ambitious programme to encourage and facilitate retrofit across Herefordshire. More news to follow!