Green Homes Online 2020: Join our webinar on Mon 9th Nov to unravel green home technologies – insulation, heat pumps, solar panels and smart meters

Fan for air source heat pump at Lucy & Gordon’s home: ‘Air is the fuel for this house’

Our latest online Green Homes event on Monday proved how useful a Zoom event can be – while needs must.. Nearly 30 people gained inspiration from a virtual tour of Lucy Craig and Gordon Best’s retrofitted 1980s timber frame detached house, and contributed to the lively Q&A session which followed.

You can watch – or rewatch – the tour, plus the first of the series (of Stewart McIlroy’s Edwardian villa) on our YouTube channel here.

Coming next.. book now

There are two more exciting free online events to join in our series – please book now!

Monday 9th November 7.30pm

Webinar: Green Home Technologies

Find out more about insulation, solar panels, heat pumps and smart meters from our four expert speakers:

  1. Insulation – Dermot Barnes, MHSG and en10ergy

Wrap up your home well first before considering energy supply. Dermot will wise us up on internal and external wall insulation, loft and underfloor insulation, and any gaps in between!

2. Heat pumps – Mike Shipp, Carbon3

Mike is a partner at carbon 3 which designs, supplies and installs Air Source Heat Pump, Mechanical Ventilation & Heat Recovery and Solar PV systems. . Amongst Mike’s long line of project experience was installation of the first ASHP for Mitsubishi which has now become the UK market leader.

3. Solar panels – Jon Cowdrill, Joju Solar

If you’re considering a solar PV system, battery storage or an electric vehicle (EV) charging point for your home, it’s important to get the equipment and set-up to best suit your building and household needs. Jon will drawn on Joju Solar’s extensive experience mounting solar panels on everything from shed roofs and hundreds of homes on housing estates, to one-of-a-kind self-builds and living roofs. 

4. Smart Meters – Cara Jenkinson, MHSG

Smart meters send readings direct to the supplier, meaning an end to estimated bills and putting consumers in control of their energy use.  

Does this mean we can increase our home energy efficiency and save money on energy bills?  MHSG’s Chair Cara Jenkinson will set out the pros and cons.

Book here

Monday 16th November, 7.30pm
Online home energy-saving workshop:
Hot Tips for Warm Homes 
Find out how to make your home warmer and cut bills and carbon emissions this winter, without spending too much money. 

With Tom Ruxton of The HEET Project, Waltham Forest.

Book here.

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