The CHEESE project gains worldwide coverage and interest!

BBC Futures is an online magazine aimed at a global audience outside the UK. Since this article has been published we have gained interest from Ireland, Finland, Italy, India, and USA. Read the article.

Want to get involved?

  • Have a survey

Apply for a survey – paid surveys allow us to offer free surveys to those in fuel poverty as well as support the costs of the project

We are looking for enthusiastic people to train to become CHEESE Energy Tracers for this year training later this autumn/winter apply here.

  • Volunteering with CHEESE

The CHEESE Project operates on a very small budget and depends on the work of volunteers for its continued organisation and management. If you are interested in becoming involved with the project, but not necessarily as an Energy Tracer, there are many areas where we would value contributions:

  • community outreach/engagement and promotion of the project;
  • publicising its surveys, and opportunities for Energy Tracers;
  • coordination and organisation for surveys;
  • social media;
  • website development, graphic design;
  • data analysis;
  • by collecting thermal images of buildings to expand our Heatview map (this involves operating a CHEESE thermal imaging camera, for which there will be a short training session provided).

CHEESE are also open to suggestions of ways to improve the project!

If you would like to become involved with CHEESE as a volunteer, or just want to find out more then please get in touch by emailing to introduce yourself.