Upcoming Event: Carbon Co-op Social, October 16th #Madlab #Manchester

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Carbon Co-op Social – Thurs 15th October 2015

Meet other members, socialise, discuss

At October’s Social we will be launching of a series of video profiles of members, funded by the Green Open Homes network to showcase homes that have been benefitted from energy efficient improvements. Each film is 4-5 minutes long and highlights a different aspect of retrofit such as triple glazed windows or internal wall insulation.

Also, Matt will be introducing the latest collaboration with OpenEnergyMonitor on the a Community Smart Grids project we will be piloting in 2016.

As always there will be complimentary snacks and drinks and lots of opportunities to chat and mingle.

Please RSVP to let us know if you will be attending (the event is open to non-members).

Routes to Retrofit seminars – November 2015

Planning and Delivering Energy Efficiency Retrofit works for householders

We’re running another series of seminars on planning and procuring retrofit works. These sessions always sell out, so do book early to reserve a space!

WHAT: Planning on an eco-home make over to reduce energy bills and do your bit for the environment? Confused about what to prioritise, which professionals to appoint and how to approach contractors?

Carbon Co-op are hosting two specialist seminars run by industry professionals on the practicalities of commissioning eco-retrofit works.

Attendees also receive supporting materials and access to an online webinar.

FOR: householders planning an eco-refurbishment or retrofit project who already know the kinds of measures their home requires and are seeking to take forward works. Householders who have had an energy assessment carried and want to commission some of the recommended measures.

For more detailed information on course content view this webpage: http://carbon.coop/news/2015-09-22/routes-retrofit-seminars-autumn-2015


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