Energy Efficiency Information Day – 9th February

Energy mistakes cost householders higher bills

Is your home misbehaving, particularly during this cold snap? Cold or drafty, high fuel bills whilst kicking out oodles of Carbon? ‘Retrofit Loughborough’ invites you to an energy efficiency information event. Come and find out more about low and high tech solutions to managing your household energy consumption, particularly with regard to keeping warm and managing your bills.

Saturday, 9 February 2013 from 10:00 to 12:30

This free event takes place at the Civil and Building Engineering School, Loughborough University. Very accessible – see below for venue location and how to get there by foot, cycle, bus (from rail station and town centre) and car.

The venue offers wheelchair access and facilities. To help us manage the event, please register by clicking the button

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Programme

Brief Introduction to Retrofit Loughborough

                Philip Leicester, the Energy Working Group, Transition Town Loughborough

From low to high cost interventions to reduce your energy consumption and you fuel bill Top Tips

Tina Holt of the Energy Saving Co-operative and West Bridgford Eco House Group

Financing Energy Saving

Tina Holt

Wrapping up warm – an introduction to wall external insulation solutions

PermaRock Products Ltd

Plus opportunities to

Discuss your energy bill – bring your recent energy bills (for the whole year and more if you have them) and get advice on understanding this; see where you fit in the national picture of energy demand.

Wall insulation displays and information.

Learn about energy monitoring – get real data on your energy consumption and help research.

Information about the Transition Town solar PV scheme.

And make contacts and join networks to keep yourself informed

Presenters and information providers will be available till 1pm

Refreshments Available

Register for event

This is a skill share event

Travel

Click this link for the interactive campus map.You see what the venue looks like from the outside.

See this simpler map for the travel descriptions below.

By car

It is best to enter the campus via the west entrance. After the gate house, turn left at the roundabout past the unused gate house, and follow the road up the hill. Take the left turn and drive down the slop and enter the vistor car park on your left. To come to the reception, come back up the slope on foot, and the building is to your left.

Cycle/Foot

See the simple map; you can enter off the New Ashby Road where it says No Access (for cars), come up the hill, past the first left turn; the building is on your left. There are ample cycle racks down the side of the Civil Engineering building and the next one.

Bus

Take the Kinch University Shuttle from the train station or town centre (at the end of Market Street, past the Griffin pub, outside the newsagents). It takes about 10 minutes. There is one fare. Ask the driver to drop you outside Mechanical Engineering. On a Saturday it is the end stop. See the simple map. Cross the road and walk down the hill on the right hand side. Civil Engineering is the second building, take the step down or follow the path round for smooth access. See here for timetable.

Organised by Retrofit Loughborough a consortium of Transition Town Loughborough, PermaRock LTD, The Energy Saving Co-operative with support from Loughborough University

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2 Responses to Energy Efficiency Information Day – 9th February

  1. Pingback: Homes Behaving Badly | The Friday Room

  2. Any information available from the event? Sounded really interesting!

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