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CHEESE and Bristol Green Capital Partnership

The C.H.E.E.S.E Project is a member of the Bristol Green Capital Partnership, which has 850+ member organisations who have committed to working towards Bristol becoming a sustainable city with a high-quality of life for all. Our survey manager, Maddy Longhurst, has written this month's guest blog 'Colours Cut Carbon – How thermal imaging ensures not a penny is wasted in home retrofit and repair', read it here Bristol Green Capital Partnership, which has 850+ member organisations who have... read more »

Time to think about winter...

A third of our heating in the UK is wasted – we heat buildings and rooms we don’t use, and our buildings leak. One degree down is estimated to save you 8% of your bill, so worth doing on all fronts – most of us won’t even notice one degree… ‘Insulation before installation’ is the mantra – get the cheap and easy wins done first. Here are a few thoughts, old and new. Any companies linked in to this are as examples, not direct recommendations. Get out your bills from the last year and sit your... read more »

Fourth Energy Tracer training weekend

The fourth Energy Tracer training weekend was held on 5th/6th October, this time at St Pauls Community Centre in Bristol. The training was a full two days and included the theory of thermal imaging and building construction, and introduction to the CHEESE thermal imaging equipment and hands-on experience with some practice surveying.St Pauls Community Centre in Bristol. The training was a full two days and included the theory of thermal imaging and building construction, and introduction to... read more »