Warm Up Bristol Festivities with Bristol Energy Network


Warm Up Bristol Festivities with Bristol Energy Network at the Easton Community Centre 29th November 11am-2.30pm

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The event will be in festive spirit with festive drinks and lunch provided at the Easton Community Centre after a show home tour with Make Your Home Eco. The event is an opportunity to find out what Easton Energy Group has been up to with Bristol City Council and Climate Energy over the last four months working to insulate homes in the area as part of the Green Deal Communities Scheme, which is part of the city-wide Warm Up Bristol. 


Draft Agenda:

Part 1:

10:45 Registration starts

11:00 Welcome

11:15 Guided Show Home tour and discussion

1:00 Lunch and festive refreshments

Part 2:

1:15 Warm Up Bristol case study by Easton Energy Group

1:35 Questions for Easton Energy Group, householders and Bristol City Council representative

1:50 Breakout session: how to engage your community in Warm Up Bristol to maximise benefit to them and your group

2:15 Bristol Energy Network update, including Green Capital update

2:25 Close

2:30 End

*(please attend both parts 1 & 2 of the meeting, but if this is not possible please attend either part 1 or 2; we’ll assume that anyone who registers will be staying for lunch and refreshments)! 


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The tour of the Warm Up Bristol show home will include those who are taking part in this year’s Make Your Home Eco course from Totterdown Energy and Easton as well as a map of the area of the streets that have been insulated.

At the Warm Up Bristol show home you will be able to see what energy saving measures can be installed in a Victorian-era mid-terrace property, such as underfloor insulation, new insulation to the bathroom roof space, internal wall insulation in the kitchen and bathroom and external wall insulation to the front and back of the property. There are also new double-glazed windows with humidity reactive trickle vents, a passive ventilation unit in the kitchen and bathroom and many simpler and cheaper to install measures including low flow taps and draught-proofing.

Easton Energy Groups will present a case study of the Green Deal Communities Scheme, including a short talk from a winning householder of the competition. These will look at the scheme in detail and will highlight why retrofitting our homes is important and along with the breakout discussion will look forwards to how communities can get the most benefit from the Warm Up Bristol initiative.