Date and Time

Monday 14th October

Cost

Free for members

Venue:

Zion Community Centre, Bristol BS13 7JW

Heat accounts for one third of all UK carbon emissions, and many of our members are exploring ways to heat their buildings in more sustainable ways. This presents several challenges, such as space restrictions, working with heritage buildings, and prohibitive costs. 

 

This event will be delivered in partnership with the Centre for Sustainable Energy. Their new project Futureproof is designed to support domestic retrofitting in the West of England.

 

Aims of the event:

 

1. To stimulate constructive discussions around practical solutions to low carbon heating

2. To connect Fit for the Future members and experts so they can collaborate and share ideas about low carbon heating

3. To provide practical examples of low carbon heating solutions for Fit for the Future members to interrogate and learn from

 

More details will be available soon, for any questions please contact Hannah on Hannah.mann@nationaltrust.org.uk

 

About CSE and Futureproof

 

 

Futureproof is a home retrofit service helping make it easy for homeowners and builders in the West of England to carry out energy saving improvements & refurbishments with confidence. 

 

For homeowners, our team can guide you through the process, working with you to make the best decisions for your home, connecting you with highly-skilled contractors and ensuring work is done to the high standard you expect.

 

For builders, we're supporting you through free on-site training, as well as giving you the opportunity to be added to our online register where potential customers can easily find you and recognise your low carbon training credentials.

 

The service is offered by the Centre for Sustainable Energy in partnership with The Green Register, with funding from central government.

 

The Centre for Sustainable Energy is an independent national charity with 40 years experience offering energy saving advice to households.

 

Based in Bristol, we undertake practical work to support individuals, communities and organisations to take action on energy, alongside original research and analysis to inform local and national policy.

 

Who should attend?

This event is free to attend for members only. To find out more about joining Fit for the Future Network, please email info@fftf.org.uk

Cancellation policy

There is a fee of £60 for those that cancel within 10 days of the event or do not show up on the day.