CHEESE We are looking for CHEESE Champions Join us for the first training Session 7-9pm 16th January at the Show Home BS5 0LU What is Project CHEESE? (Cold Homes Energy Efficiency Survey Experts) Project CHEESE is an exciting new project with Easton Energy Group, Ambition Lawrence Weston in partnership with Bristol Friends of the Earth and Bristol Energy Champions.
The Show Home Launch. Thursday 11th December 4-7pm* We will be officially opening the show home to the public so that you're able to see the boundless opportunities awaiting you if you register with www.warmupbristol.co.uk Don't forget to mention our code BEN001, your referrals keep us doing good in the community.
http://www.bristol247.com/channel/news-comment/daily/environment/bristol-green-capital-grant-winners-named We have now been funded to start work with CHEESE! (Cold Homes Energy Efficiency Survey Experts) a pilot scheme for home energy loss assessment here in good old Bristol.
Tomorrow is the launch party for 'Warm up Bristol' From 2pm you can join us at Whitehall Primary School! Have fun learning about how to save money on those horrible energy bills! Register your interest in saving energy, FOLLOW THIS LINK or CALL THIS NUMBER 0800 107 4100 Our referral code is BEN001
Thank you to those of you who were able to attend. We hope you learned more about energy and had fun at the same time! "You can do much more by getting together to change things" - A lovely quote from one of our attendees It was great to see so many people coming together to learn more about energy and sustainability.
Easton Energy Group has been recognised for its work on the recent energy saving streets competition by winning Energy Reduction Project of the Year at the first ever Community Energy Awards.
We’re excited to announce the winners of the free home insulation competition! The competition run by Bristol City Council with support from Easton Energy Group marks the start of a £7.3 million drive towards improving household energy efficiency funded by the government’s Green Deal Communities fund. Over 1,000 people were eligible to enter the competition which had two categories - individual home (two winners) and community cluster (one street or a cluster of houses).
Easton has a high number of hard-to-treat, solid walled houses and many residents have been unable to access any financial support for the measures that will make the biggest difference to their bills. The high upfront costs have proved a significant barrier to the uptake of these more expensive measures (i.e. solid wall insulation) across the UK, particularly in the privately rented sector.
Easton Energy Group is pleased to announce they will be running a series of courses in the Autumn in partnership with Make Your Home Eco. The courses will help you to understand how you can make your home more comfortable and reduce your energy bills/carbon footprint. Material covered will range from free and low-cost tips to planning a large insulation/renewable energy project. Find out more here.
Easton Energy Group are looking for dedicated people interested in pursuing a career in this growing field. Good communication skills are required, but most of all a keen desire to help people tackle fuel poverty. Full training will be given. This is not a sales opportunity but a genuine chance to help people in your area tackle this growing issue. This area of work would suit people already working in the care and community sector who wish to learn new skills, plus those who want to start a career in the energy business.