Bristol Green Doors retrofit stories: Insulation & heat, renovating a 1950s detached home
Jamie Hanlon, June 2020
The Centre for Sustainable Energy have recently released a set of videos providing interactive tours of homes that are featured in last year's Bristol Green Doors showcase. In episode 5 of Simon Pyne's 1950s detached home in Sea Mills, he describes the CHEESE survey he had, the faults it identified and the remedial action he took. Watch the video here (YouTube). See more retrofit stories from CSE here (YouTube) The Centre for Sustainable Energy have recently released a set of videos... read more »
Roz Thomas, June 2020
We have just released our spring newsletter to our members and those involved with CHEESE, which you can read below. If you are not already a member of the project, then please consider joining to support the project, contribute to its development and have our newsletter delivered directly to your inbox!
Report on the outcomes of The C.H.E.E.S.E. Project
Jamie Hanlon, April 2020
We have just published our latest report on the outcomes of The C.H.E.E.S.E Project, covering Phases 3 and 4 (winters 2017/18 and 2018/19). The report was written by James Gourlay, a Geography undergraduate at The Univeristy of Bristol, and funded by the University's Q-step Programme. Read the report here and see our documents page for previous reports. Executive summary The C.H.E.E.S.E (Cold Home Energy Efficiency Survey Experts) Project is a not-for-project community interest company (CIC)... read more »